'Fairly Legal' canceled, no Season 3 for the USA show

fairly-legal-canceled.jpgAnother ax has dropped at USA: the network has officially canceled the drama "Fairly Legal" after two seasons. USA canceled freshman series "Common Law" yesterday (Oct. 31).

According to Deadline, USA tried to breathe new life into "Fairly Legal" after its okay first season, giving it a new showrunner and casting some new characters, but even the appeal of star Sarah Shahi didn't bring more viewers to the series and will not be back for Season 3.

Don't mourn for Shahi, though -- she's already booked an arc on NBC's "Chicago Fire." Says USA in a statement, "Sarah Shahi is undoubtedly a star and we're thrilled she'll be joining our sister network NBC on 'Chicago Fire.' We are proud of 'Fairly Legal' and thank the very talented cast and crew for two fantastic seasons."

Meanwhile, another veteran USA series will likely be back for more. Deadline reports that "Burn Notice" is about to be picked up for a 13-episode Season 7.

Are you sad to see "Fairly Legal" go?
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