Season two of In Plain Sight ends tomorrow night.
As previously reported, the show has already been picked up for a third season.
When the show does return, however, it will look a bit different. For starters, Lesley Ann Warren (the mother of Mary McCormack's character) and Todd Williams (detective Bobby Dershowitz) have been dropped as series regulars.
Moreover, executive producer and creator David Maples actually won't be running In Plain Sight when it comes back for season three. Reportedly, he clashed with USA's president of original programming, Jeff Wachtel.
In separate interviews with E! News, both of these individuals spoke about the future of the hit show:
Maples: "I think they probably want the show to be more procedural, spend more time with witness protection and less time with Mary's personal life. We're talking a matter of balance - what's the dominant flavor of the show going to be?"
Wachtel: "What's the network [motto]? 'Characters welcome.' Story based in the characters. I don't think anyone has ever accused Monk of being plot-driven. I think story matters. At no point was this supposed to become a character procedural, and I'll say officially that all great shows are a balance between characters and story."