The world of television production is still on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, but that hasn't stopped networks and streamers from making decisions about the fates of shows.
On Hulu, the streamer said goodbye to the Abigail Spencer-fronted Reprisal, a drama about a woman who was left for dead and stars a vengeful campaign, and Harlots, a period drama starring Jessica Brown Findlay. Meanwhile, after weeks of protests around the world sparked by the death of George Floyd while in police custody, Paramount Network canceled the long-running reality series Cops and A&E said goodbye to Live PD, another reality series following law enforcement.
NBC also canceled two freshman series, Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector and musical comedy Perfect Harmony. Anna Camp, who starred in Perfect Harmony with Bradley Whitford, took to Instagram to say goodbye to the series.
"Well, NBC has cancelled @nbcperfectharmony and my heart really hurts. We had an incredible female showrunner, an incredibly talented and diverse cast, and an incredibly talented and diverse writers room. I've never loved every cast member more and never gotten along so well with everyone on a production," Camp wrote. "We wanted to show that you can bring people of different backgrounds together through the joy of music and we did. So sad to see it go. But I'll never forget one second of the most joy I've had onset. I'll miss seeing the folks of Conley Fork and I'll miss Ginny so so much."
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