It’s the top for The Endgame: NBC has cancelled the cat-and-mouse thriller after only one season, TVLine has discovered.
The Endgame as of Might 1 was averaging 3.6 million whole weekly viewers and a 0.4 demo score (with Stay+7 playback), drawing a much bigger viewers however smaller demo quantity than time slot predecessor Peculiar Joe (which loved a stronger lead-in in The Voice). Out of the 14 dramas NBC has aired this TV season, it ranks No. 13 within the demo and twelfth in viewers (solely besting Joe and the Canadian import Transplant).
The Might 2 finale, which now serves because the collection ender, concluded with a significant cliffhanger. Within the episode, FBI agent Val (performed by Ryan Michelle Bathé) discovered that Elena (Morena Baccarin) lied about Sergey (Costa Ronin) being useless. In the meantime, Elena’s hubby and Owen (Kamal Angelo Bolden) escaped jail, however Val tracked them down. Nonetheless, Elena crashed the meetup, and after holding Val and Owen at gunpoint, Elena and Sergey took off, reuniting with their daughter.
Val and Owen have been left behind unscathed to embrace… and have a troublesome dialog about the truth that Owen stored secret from his spouse that he was working undercover for the CIA. An upset Val circled the empty quarters that used to carry Elena when she noticed a unfastened thread on her hanging blue robe. Pulling on it, Val uncovered a map throughout the costume, presumably to nesting doll places.
Then Val acquired a shocking name from Elena. Girl Belok was not completely happy about Elena and Sergey taking off with a few of her gold, so she kidnapped their daughter and blew up their automobile with Sergey in it. “I would like your assist,” a distraught Elena declared to Val within the episode’s ultimate seconds. (Take a look at TVLine’s Q&A with Bathé for her ideas on that ending and Owen’s massive secret.)
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