CBS All Access has dumped Peter Sarsgaard's experimental drama Interrogation after just one season, which premiered back in February.
Its cancellation was revealed by The Hollywood Reporter, with the network's head of programming Julie McNamara heaping praise on the show's co-creators following this unfortunate news.
"Anders Weidemann, John Mankiewicz and Fabrik Entertainment's unique approach to exploring an unsolved true-crime in Interrogation allowed the audience to follow their own investigative path of evidence and suspecting characters throughout a 10-episode arc," she shared.
"They led an amazing team of writers, directors and cast, all of whom delivered a close-ended season that will continue to be available on CBS All Access for new viewers to discover and enjoy."
Interrogation also starred Oscar-nominated actor David Strathairn and X-Men's Kodi Smit-McPhee.
Meanwhile, Sarsgaard has Worlds of DC reboot The Batman in his back pocket, where he'll play Gotham's District Attorney Gil Colson.
Discussing his "despicable" new character, he previously said: "I'm basically a politician that has trouble telling the truth."
Sarsgaard, whose other credits include The Killing and Black Mass, will appear opposite Robert Pattinson, Colin Farrell, Zoe Kravitz, John Turturro and Paul Dano in the movie.
Interrogation aired on CBS All Access.
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