Graceland season three ended with a big cliffhanger, but fans will not see what happens next for Briggs, played by Daniel Sunjata, and his housemates. USA has cancelled the series. This means no season four.
The news came straight from the executive producer, Larry Teng, on his Twitter account Thursday morning. It is not yet known if another network will pick up the series.
— Larry Teng (@larryteng) October 1, 2015
Sunjata was hopeful for a renewal. Vine Report shared his comments about the cast’s renewal hopes on Wednesday.
“That’s something that not only Briggs didn’t see coming but as we’ve now seen that season ends in the resonance of Jakes’ sudden departure. Hopefully there’s a Season 4 so we can figure out what happens. To tell you the truth, the whole cast just has our fingers crossed that there will be a Season 4. We love telling the ‘Graceland’ stories and playing these characters. I’ll be honest with you, I have not the first idea where Jeff will pick up Season 4 if we’re blessed to get one.”
The series came from Jeff Eastin. With this show’s cancellation, his relationship with USA has come to an end. He was the man behind White Collar, which aired for six seasons on USA. He called this season of Graceland “the best season we’ve had so far.”
What do you think about Graceland’s cancellation? Did you want to see what happened next to Briggs and his friends after Jake’s sudden departure?