'Briarpatch': Western-Tinged Thriller Canceled After One Season At USA Network
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'Briarpatch': Western-Tinged Thriller Canceled After One Season At USA Network

USA Network has canceled Briarpatch after one season. The first season of the anthology series starred Rosario Dawson in her first leading role on television.

The series is from Mr. Robot and Homecoming creator Sam Esmail. Andy Greenwald was the showrunner. He confirmed the news on Twitter.

The Hollywood Reporter states, "Sources tell THR that in success, Briarpatch would have gone on to score a second season. The Chris McCumber-led basic cable network, however, did not ask to hear a pitch for a possible second offering of the series."

Edi Gathegi, Brian Geraghty and Kim Dickens also starred. The description reads: Based on the Ross Thomas novel of the same name, Dawson portrays Allegra “Pick” Dill, "a tenacious and highly-skilled investigator working in Washington, D.C. for a young, ambitious senator. When her ten-years-younger sister, a homicide detective, is killed by a car bomb, Allegra returns to her corrupt Texas hometown. What begins as a search for the murderer becomes a fraught and dangerous excavation of the past Allegra has long sought to bury.

 

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