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USA Cancels 'Sirens' After 2 Seasons

 
 
 
USA Cancels 'Sirens' After 2 Seasons

USA Network has pulled the plug on Sirens, which recently wrapped up its 13-episode sophomore season. The half-hour comedy series from Denis Leary and Bob Fisher earned a loyal fan following and even more positive remarks for its latest season but ratings-wise, it didn't garner enough numbers to be picked up for a third season.

Sirens, whose cancellation was first reported by Deadline, revolves around the misadventures of three Chicago EMT paramedics. The show stars Michael Mosley as Johnny Farrell,  Kevin Daniels as Henry Isaiah "Hank" St. Clare and Kevin Bigley as Brian Czyk, just to name a few.

The series marked USA Network's first original comedy after getting the rights to Modern Family reruns. Despite the cancellation of Sirens, the network remains committed to pursuing original comedy as it is set to launch a six-episode semi-scripted comedy series called Donny! later this year.

(Image courtesy of USA Network)

Source: buddytv.com
 
 
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