‘Dark Blue’ canceled by TNT

Series was worst performing drama on network

TNT has canceled Dylan McDermott drama “Dark Blue.”

Jerry Bruckheimer skein, from Warner Horizon Television, ran for two seasons. Series averaged 2.2 million viewers per episode in its second season that ended Sept. 10.

McDermott played the leader of an undercover group of cops who helped solve tough cases.

“Dark Blue” was the worst-performing drama on TNT’s slate, which includes “The Closer,” “Rizzoli and Isles,” “Hawthorne,” “Leverage” and newest skein “Memphis Beat.” Network has the second season of Ray Romano series “Men of a Certain Age” beginning in December.

Danny Cannon, Doug Jung, Rick Eid, Jonathan Littman and Bruckheimer were exec producers.

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