Picked up to series with a 10-episode order in August after it was originally set up at A&E, the drama hailed from Warner Horizon Television and marked Spike's first pact with a major studio. Warner Horizon — Warner Bros. Television's cable-focused division — plans to shop the project elsewhere after sources say Spike wanted to attach a contingency to the order after the series deal closed and both parties had different expectations for the property.
Bruckheimer and his Jerry Bruckheimer TV topper Jonathan Littman were on board to executive produce alongside Sobel, Morgan and the company's KristieAnne Reed, who was set as a co-EP. The drama was due to bow in 2016.
The Harvest cancellation marks the latest speed bump in the "peak TV" era as broadcasters, cable networks and streaming services all compete for projects and talent, often at the same time.
Bruckheimer, meanwhile, has a pair of dramas in the works at TNT as well as Fox's midseason drama Luciferand CBS' sophomore series CSI: Cyber, all on the scripted side.