NBC is getting out of the intelligence game, canceling "State of Affairs" after a single season.
The drama stars
But it wasn't meant to be. "State of Affairs" received largely negative reviews and generated middling ratings, despite a premium time slot following
"State of Affairs" is the second espionage-themed series to get the ax from NBC, which bet big on the spy genre this season. "Allegiance," which starred Hope Davis as a former Russian agent with a son in the CIA, was pulled after just five episodes. The network has not yet announced the fate of the low-rated geopolitical thriller "American Odyssey."