USA Network has picked up its rookie drama “Graceland” for a second season after a solid first year in the ratings. The renewal comes a couple of days before the show’s season finale on Thursday (Sept. 12), so fans can rest easy if there are any loose ends at the close of that episode.
“We’re proud to be the home of one of the summer’s top new cable dramas, and we anticipate ‘Graceland’ will be a long-term player for the network,” USA co-president Jeff Wachtel says in a statement.
“Graceland” averages 4.3 million viewers over its first 11 episodes, with 1.8 million of those falling in the adults 18-49 demographic. The show about undercover federal agents who share a house has scored big gains with delayed viewing, growing by 85 percent in the 18-49 demo with DVR use.
The “Graceland” finale will follow the series finale of “Burn Notice” on Thursday. USA has yet to decide on the future of “Suits,” “Covert Affairs” and “Necessary Roughness.”