JJ Abrams’ brand new spy show, Undercovers, has been cut short, as NBC wields the axe on it…
The latest casualty of the new TV season in the US is one we wouldn't necessarily have picked back at the start of the autumn. Yet, JJ Abrams' new spy show, Undercovers, has been cancelled by NBC.
The network is not picking up its option to take a full season of the show, and instead it'll screen three more episodes in the weeks ahead, leaving three more yet to be seen. These are likely to be screened at some point, but there's no clue at this stage when that might be.
It's a rare failure for JJ Abrams, whose Fringe is in its third season. Then, of course, there was Alias, which seemed to trade far more successfully around this particularly genre.
You can read the full story over at The Hollywood Reporter here.
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