In the end, Leverage executive producer Dean Devlin made the right call.
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Earlier this month, Devlin penned a letter to fans explaining that, because the creative team hadn't received an early Season 6 renewal from TNT, the Season 5 finale was designed to tell the story the writers always envisioned as the series finale. Last week, TNT decided to end the show, which proved Devlin & Co.'s fan-first instincts correct.
"If you try to anticipate something and it doesn't happen, you may let people down who stuck with you for 77 episodes," Devlin told TVGuide.com before the cancellation became official...
The jig is up for Nate Ford and his crew.
After five seasons, TNT has canceled con drama Leverage just days before what will now serve as the show's series finale.
In an announcement posted late Friday, TNT said it was "time to...
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Nate Ford and his team on Leverage have been able to get themselves out of quite a few pickles. But will they be able to earn a sixth season? That remains unclear.
Executive producer and director Dean Devlin penned a letter to the TNT drama's longtime fans about the...