NBC’s freshman espionage drama Undercovers is biting the dust after 13 episodes.
On Thursday, The Peacock pulled the plug on the J.J Abrams-produced series — the leader of its Wednesday night lineup — due to poor ratings, The New York Times reports. Only a lowly 5.8 million viewers tuned in for last week’s show. Undercovers was primetime TV’s first drama to star two Black actors in the lead roles. Boris Kodjoe and Gugu Mbatha-Raw played married CIA operatives who take on sticky cases around the world while operating a catering business.
Do we have any Undercovers fans in the house? Are you disappointed to see the show go?