In Plain Sight: Episode Order Cut, Headed for Cancellation?

In Plain SightUSA Network’s In Plain Sight TV show recently had its episode order cut from 16 to 13 installments. Is this a sign that the series is headed for the TV graveyard after three seasons?

Not necessarily. It turns out that In Plain Sight will wrap season three early for another reason. The Futon Critic was told by Universal Cable Productions, “John McNamara, executive producer and showrunner of USA Network’s In Plain Sight, took a leave of absence for medical reasons… John Romano assumed executive producer responsibilities for the remaining episodes. Given the unexpected change, we decided to end the season at a natural spot — with the surprising cliffhanger of episode 13.”

Season three will finish airing on Wednesday, June 30th. In Plain Sight hasn’t been renewed for a fourth season yet and isn’t necessarily looking like a lock either.

Last season reportedly averaged 4.08 million viewers but recent episodes have been attracting less than three million viewers. That’s certainly not a good indicator for renewal.

What do you think? Should In Plain Sight be renewed for season four or cancelled?

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  1. Elizabeth and Frank says

    We love this show. Please don’t cancel it. We love all the characters, especially Mary Marshall and well just all of them.

  2. Jan Cerda says

    RENEW IT! It is imperative that the show be renewed. Just because you have all the characters all getting married or finding themselves does not mean that this should end. The wide variation of cases has not even been covered. Mary is going to another level emotionally. And Marshall Marshall I don’t think that where he is , will last. Two cops together won’t work. Especially two different agencies. The need to know will kill it. I know been there done that.

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