TNT still hasn’t fully decided whether it will cancel or renew its Good Behavior TV show for a third season. The series earns cancellation-low linear ratings, but its numbers improve with DVR-delayed and digital platform views. Today at the Turner Upfront presentation to advertisers, the network indicated it would like to give the series some sort of send-off, but whether that will happen as part of a third and final season, or in a Good Behavior TV series finale movie is still up in the air.
A TNT drama based on the Letty Dobesh novels by Blake Crouch, Good Behavior stars Michelle Dockery as thief and confidence artist Letty Raines. The cast also includes Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney, Lusia Strus, Joey Kern, and Nyles Julian Steele.
“[Good Behavior] has a passionate audience,” TNT and TBS president Kevin Reilly told Deadline following the Turner upfront presentation Wednesday.
But five months after Season 2 of Good Behavior ended its run on TNT, “we haven’t made a final decision” about the series’ future, Reilly said.
“I don’t see multiple more seasons of it but there could be a way to cap that off for the audience that really loved it. Right now it’s not in the planning stages, but we have talked to the producers. If I can get the real estate and the cash flow going to cap it off properly we’d figure it out.”
Asked by Deadline whether that capping off the series means a movie or a final season, Reilly said, “unclear,” adding that, while there are no immediate plans, the idea is “to properly bring it to a conclusion.”
Good Behavior: A Look at the Ratings
The second season of Good Behavior averaged a 0.15 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 580,000 viewers. Compared to season one, it was down by 19% and 22%, respectively. Learn how Good Behavior stacks up against other TNT TV shows.
What do you think? Are you a fan of the Good Behavior TV series? Would you like to see it renewed for a third season, even a short one, to give it a proper sendoff on TNT?