USA Cancels Atlanta Filmed 'Satisfaction' After Only 2 Seasons

USA cancels Satisfaction after only two seasons.

The Atlanta filmed TV series will not be returning to the Peach State any time soon. USA has pulled the plug on the romantic-drama series, Satisfaction. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the escort drama series starring Matt Passmore and created by Suits executive producer Sean Jablonski, is officially cancelled. Apparently the show's EP signed a deal with Netflix, which will allow for Jablonski to create new series for the streaming giant. In fact, Jablonski's new series Gypsy is expected to start filming shortly. Satisfaction is the latest show to get canceled by USA. Following the success of Mr.Robot, reports suggest that USA is headed into a new direction. USA recently cancelled Complications and Graceland.  USA recently renewed Carlton Cuse's Colony for a second season, and the network is getting ready to release the new drugs drama series Queen of the South later on his year. USA also picked up several new TV shows including a TV version of Mark Wahlberg's movie Shooter and Gale Anne Hurd (Breaking Bad) Falling Water.

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