‘Good Behavior’ Canceled By TNT After 2 Seasons

“It has a passionate audience,” TNT and TBS president Kevin Reilly told Deadline in May. Still, the show did strong business in delayed viewing and on digital platforms, drawing younger viewers, and became a cult favorite.
If I can get the real estate and the cash flow going to cap it off properly we’d figure it out.” “I don’t see multiple more seasons of it but there could be a way to cap that off for the audience that really loved it," he said back then. "Right now it’s not in the planning stages, but we have talked to the producers.
Indeed, talks continued over the past few months over ways “to properly bring it to a conclusion," as Reilly put it in May but there were unsuccessful.
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"With a heavy heart I have to let you know that Good Behavior will not return for a third season on TNT," he wrote.
"I’ve always said I could write about Letty and Javier for 500 episodes," Hodge wrote. "Their relationship and place in the world live on the edge of something unique and beautiful and I’m more proud of creating their story than anything in my TV career thus far."
It's over — despite efforts to give Good Behavior a proper conclusion, there will be no third installment of the TNT series. The cancellation was just announced on Instagram by creator/executive producer Chad Hodge.
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Its Live+same day ratings were low, a fraction of the second lowest-rated original drama series on the network. Despite solid reviews and a popular star, Michelle Dockery in her follow-up to hit Downton Abbey, Good Behavior never found a wide audience.
Good Behavior, from writer/showrunner Chad Hodge and Tomorrow Studios, was based on a series of books by Blake Crouch. It also stars Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney and Lusia Strus. It tells the story of Letty Raines (Dockery), a thief and con artist who becomes involved with a hitman, Javier Pereira (Juan Diego Botto).
Good Behavior was executive-produced by Hodge, Crouch, along with Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements  of Tomorrow Studios, a partnership between ITV Studios and Adelstein.