USA Network viewers will no longer have a chance to visit Graceland in the future.
The cabler announced today it has canceled the drama after three seasons.
Series creator Jeff Eastin, the man behind White Collar, shared the sad news with fans Thursday via Twitter:
"Just got the word, there will be no more #GracelandTV. Thank you to the best cast, crew and fans in television," he wrote.
Graceland earned strong reviews for its first season, which averaged over 2 million viewers per week.
But the third season barely garnered half that audience on a weekly basis, with the recent finale drawing only 900,000 total households.
Among USA Network programs:
- Satisfaction kicks off Season 2 on October 16.
- Mr. Robot, Suits and Royal Pains have all been renewed for Seasons 2, 6 and 8, respectively.
- The Jason O'Mara-anchored drama Complications also got the axe after one season.