USA Cancels ‘Satisfaction’ After Two Seasons (Exclusive)

USA isn’t removing any some-more Satisfaction.

The NBCUniversal-owned wire network has canceled a chaperon play after dual seasons, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The news comes after a Matt Passmore-led play was sensitively changed to Fridays for a second season, that bent in Oct and wrapped in December. The array hailed from former Suits executive writer Sean Jablonski and was constructed by Universal Cable Productions. 

Satisfaction‘s finish coincides with Jablonski’s new Netflix deal, that will see him see join a streaming service’s strange play Gypsy as an executive writer and co-showrunner.

Satisfaction is a latest of several cancelations during a network, that is in a midst of a vital rebranding led by a adventurous and dim hacker play Mr. Robot, that recently won a Golden Globe and Critics Choice awards for best play series. Last fall, USA pulled a block on beginner play Complications, from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix, and Graceland, the latest array from White Collar trainer Jeff Eastin.

USA recently renewed Carlton Cuse’s Colony for a second season, and is a network is removing prepared to betray a conglomeration drama Queen of a South after this year. Other recently picked adult array embody a TV reconstitute of a Mark Wahlberg film Shooter and Gale Anne Hurd’s Falling Water.


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