NBC Cancels ‘Deception’

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In a move that surprised no one, NBC has officially canceled Deception, Deadline reports. 

The revenge-centered drama lasted one season, but never cultivated ratings high enough to make it a sure-fire renewal. Starring Meagan Good, the soapy series centered around the high-profile murder of Vivian Bowers and her childhood best friend Detective Joanna Locasto (Good) who goes undercover in the Bowers’ household to find out the truth behind her death and cover-up.

The season/series finale revealed that (SPOILER ALERT for the .000001 percent of you that care) Vivian’s father Robert (Victor Garber) was behind her murder, though many other cliffhangers were left open-ended.

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