The show is a production of IFC Films and e One, which also distributes the series internationally.
Despite this, there were grand plans for “Wicked City” as ABC hoped to capitalize on the gore-tinged anthology trend spearheaded by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s “American Horror Story” franchise on FX.
(Both projects, coincidentally, have cast Taissa Farmiga).
“‘American Horror Story,’ I think, is a little bit more gory just because it’s ‘American this summer at the Television Critics Assn. “‘Wicked City’ is a bit more tension filled,” she said.
ABC has canceled “Rookie Blue” after six seasons, The Wrap has learned.
The show follows a group of rookie police officers and the struggles they face while patrolling the city streets.
Missy Peregrym, Gregory Smith, Enuka Okuma, Travis Milne, Charlotte Sullivan, Ben Bass and Matt Gordon all starred in the Canadian summer series.lana Frank, Tassie Cameron, Russ Cochrane, David Wellington and John Morayniss serve as executive producers.ABC has just announced the renewals and cancellations for all of its major shows and we have all the scoop for you right here.ABC has yanked freshman drama “Wicked City” from its Tuesday 10 p.m. Steven Baigelman is creator and exec producer of “Wicked City” with Amy B. Harris took to Twitter to thank the network, after news broke that the show was canceled. 17, repeats of “Shark Tank” will air instead of “Wicked City.” The series starred Ed Westwick, Erika Christensen and Jeremy Sisto.Revolving around a serial killer in early-1980s Los Angeles, “Wicked City” sparked scathing reviews — both in regards to whether television really needed another serial killer drama and to its seemingly glamorization of sex and violence.