TNT has pulled the plug on "Good Behavior."
The drama series has officially been canceled, according to its creator, Chad Hodge. He announced the disappointing news via Instagram on Tuesday, Nov. 6, writing that it "will not return for a third season on TNT."
Hodge also let fans know that he'd had a lot more ideas left. Specifically, he said he could write about con artist Letty (Michelle Dockery) and hitman Javier (Juan Diego Botto) "for 500 episodes."
Hodge didn't say anything about whether or not there's any possibility of the show finding a home on a new network, but it sounds like he'd be up for it. As you can see in his post, he highlighted that he's "more proud of creating [Letty and Javier's] story than anything else in [his] career thus far."
Needless to say, there are fans who are disappointed with the show's abrupt end. The hashtag #savegoodbehavior emerged on Twitter in May, and it has returned in the wake of Hodge's announcement.
We'll see if a streamer or network swoops in to save it. "Good Behavior" didn't have strong Live+same day ratings, as Deadline pointed out, but it did fare better in delayed viewing and on digital platforms.
[via: Chad Hodge/Instagram; Deadline]