USA won't be returning to Graceland.
The Jeff Eastin-created crime drama has been canceled after three seasons.
Starring Aaron Tveit and Daniel Sunjata, Graceland centered on a group of undercover FBI, DEA and ICE agents living together in a Southern California beach house. A source tells THR that while the network was happy with the series creatively, the show's ratings didn't financially justify a renewal. The Sept. 17 finale drew 913,000 viewers and a 0.33 rating in the adults 18-49 demo.
In an interview last month with THR, Eastin said he was "fairly hopeful" about a fourth season. "Our numbers keep creeping up; I'm very happy about that," he said.
From Fox 21 Television Studios, Graceland represented one of the few outside original productions on USA's lineup. In August, the network canceled the freshman medical drama Complications, which was also produced by Fox 21 and also hailed from a USA Network veteran — Burn Notice creator Matt Nix. The network and the studio are currently collaborating on the upcoming drug cartel thriller Queen of the South.
The lone USA original series still awaiting renewal is the sophomore comedy Playing House.