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‘In Plain Sight’ ends run with 3.2 million viewers

Mary McCormack starrer aired for five season on USA Network

USA Network’s “In Plain Sight” saw some viewer erosion for its series finale last Friday.

Mary McCormack starrer finished its five-season run with 3.2 million viewers, down from both the season four finale (4.1 million) and the season five premiere (4 million). In the 18-49 demo, the episode drew 866,000 and 1.1 million in the 25-54 demo.

In Plain Sight,” which first launched in June 2008, was a steady player for the cabler but lost some momentum toward the end of its run.

Besides McCormack, who played a U.S. marshal, show also featured Frederick Weller, Rachel Boston and Paul Ben Victor. Exec producers were Ed Decter, John J. Strauss, Natalie Chaidez and Dan Lerner, who also served as director.

USA Network, which will offer its upfront presentation May 17 in Gotham, is set to launch its newest drama, “Common Law,” on Friday.

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