Producers to Pull Plug on Drama Series — Which Aired on CBS and ION — After Upcoming Season

May 2, 2012  •  Post A Comment

The producers of a drama series that has aired on CBS and ION have revealed plans to wrap up the series after the upcoming season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The series is "Flashpoint," a Canadian import that CBS has used as a midseason replacement and summer series.

The show, in which CBS is a production partner, will wrap after the upcoming fifth season, with the final 13 episodes to conclude filming in Toronto in June.

In a statement, Anne Marie La Traverse and Bill Mustos of Pink Sky Entertainment and Avamar Entertainment said: “While the series is still at its creative apex, we’ve decided to end the series on a high note, and give those fans the satisfaction of a fitting series conclusion in our 75th episode.”

"Flashpoint" premiered July 11, 2008, simulcast on CBS and CTV, doing well in the ratings in both countries. In a syndication deal made after season three, all episodes of "Flashpoint" began airing on ION.


  1. Flashpoint is an excellent show. More riveting than many regular network shows. I’ll be sad to see it go, but I’m still catching up on early episodes I missed, so I’m okay.

  2. Flashpoint is a GREAT show. I’m glad to see that it will be given a proper send off.

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