USA Series Gets the Ax

Oct 3, 2014  •  Post A Comment

USA Network has canceled a series, while also announcing a renewal for another show. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cable channel pulled the plug on the newcomer “Rush.”

Meanwhile, USA signed on for another season of the drama series “Satisfaction.”

“Satisfaction” is about marriage and faithfulness, and it drew 2.21 million total viewers in Live + 7 figures during its 10-episode first season, the story says. The show will return for another 10 episodes.

“’Satisfaction’ sparked a cultural conversation about modern love and marriage in today’s world,” USA President Chris McCumber said.

“Rush,” which aired as the lead-in to “Satisfaction,” didn’t prove to be as successful in drawing viewers and DVR viewing, the story reports. The medical drama starred Tom Ellis.



  1. darn..rush is an excellent show

  2. Damn…after leaving us hanging they kill the show… USA has learned a lot about screwing viewers from the broadcast nets. My wife and I really liked this show.

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