Dogged by lackluster critical reviews and a stunted 13 episodes in its second season, Mysteries of Laura still performed relatively well--even seeing increases in both DVR playback and total viewers, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Still, the Greg Berlanti-helmed drama got the axe, as NBC continues its significant reshuffle in anticipation of announcing their new schedule tomorrow (May 15). Read more about NBC's cancellations and new shows here.
While the future for Messing, a darling of the network, and her co-stars is unclear, this cancellation certainly won't slow down Berlanti. The producer has six shows on the slate for the season including Riverdale, a new take on Archie comics airing on the CW.