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"Political Animals" won't get a second run on USA
Topic Started: Nov 3 2012, 02:55 PM (733 Views)
Miss Rhi
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"Political Animals" won't get a second run on USA

LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - "Political Animals" has not been elected to a second term.
The USA Network miniseries from "Brothers & Sisters" executive producer Greg Berlanti and starring Sigourney Weaver as a divorced former First Lady turned Secretary of State, won't be returning to the network.

The news isn't terribly surprising, as "Political Animals" was conceived as a miniseries, but the project marked an ambitious jump for USA.

"We are proud of 'Political Animals,' our miniseries that attracted critical acclaim and impacted the cultural conversation this summer," a spokeswoman for USA told TheWrap in a network statement. "It was a pleasure to work with Greg Berlanti and Laurence Mark and a powerful cast led by Sigourney Weaver. We look forward to collaborating again with these immensely talented creatives."

"Political Animals" premiered July 15 -- a night that also saw the highly anticipated Season 5 premiere of AMC's "Breaking Bad" - and grabbed 3.8 million total viewers in Live Plus 7 Day ratings, which takes into account DVR viewings. Over its six-episode run, the miniseries averaged 3.2 million total viewers in Live Plus 7 Day.

Deadline first reported the news of "Political Animals" not returning.

http://news.yahoo.com/political-animals-wont-second-run-usa-200522291.html
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I quit watching midway through cause I kinda forgot with all the other stuff that was going on at the time. Now I'm not so sure I want to watch the rest if it ends with a cliffhanger that will never get resolved.
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