USA Cancels 'Satisfaction' After Two Seasons (Exclusive)

Satisfaction: Matt Passmore  - H 2016
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USA isn't getting any more Satisfaction.

The NBCUniversal-owned cable network has canceled the escort drama after two seasons, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The news comes after the Matt Passmore-led drama was quietly moved to Fridays for its second season, which bowed in October and wrapped in December. The series hailed from former Suits executive producer Sean Jablonski and was produced by Universal Cable Productions. 

Satisfaction's end coincides with Jablonski's new Netflix deal, which will see him see join the streaming service's original drama Gypsy as an executive producer and co-showrunner.

Satisfaction is the latest of several cancelations at the network, which is in the midst of a major rebranding led by the daring and dark hacker drama Mr. Robot, which recently won the Golden Globe and Critics Choice awards for best drama series. Last fall, USA pulled the plug on freshman drama Complications, from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix, and Graceland, the latest series from White Collar boss Jeff Eastin.

USA recently renewed Carlton Cuse's Colony for a second season, and is the network is getting ready to unveil the cartel drama Queen of the South later this year. Other recently picked up series include the TV remake of the Mark Wahlberg film Shooter and Gale Anne Hurd's Falling Water.