A series that has had a good run on Amazon has come to the end of the road. The streamer will not order a fourth season of the drama series “Sneaky Pete,” Deadline reports.
“For the most recent third season, which debuted May 10, production moved from New York to California with $9.2 million worth of Golden State tax credits,” Deadline notes. “For Season 3, Blake Masters joined as new executive producer/showrunner, while executive producers Graham Yost, Fred Golan and Michael Dinner exited.”
Deadline adds: “Created by Bryan Cranston and David Shore, ‘Sneaky Pete’ starred Emmy nominee Giovanni Ribisi as con man Marius, who left prison only to find himself hunted by the vicious gangster he once robbed. With nowhere else to turn, he took cover from his past by assuming the identity of his cellmate Pete, ‘reuniting’ with Pete’s estranged family.”
The series, which originated as a CBS pilot but was not picked up to series at the broadcast network, was produced by Sony Pictures Television, with Cranston, James Degus and Masters as executive producers.