ABC has canceled Whiskey Cavalier after one season. Star Scott Foley broke the news alongside his wife Marika Domińczyk in a heartfelt video on Sunday.

"Thanks to all who watched and enjoyed and believed in our show," Foley wrote.

The action dramedy starred Foley and Lauren Cohan as a mismatched FBI agent and CIA operative (codenames Whiskey Cavalier and Fiery Tribute, respectively) who work together to lead an inter-agency group of spies - and try to overcome their obvious sexual tension. The series marked Foley's first role after Scandal and Cohan's first role after The Walking Dead. While not a runaway hit in live viewing (it averages 3.8 million viewers an episode and a rating of 0.6 in the 18-49 demo), Whiskey Cavalier performs strongly in delayed viewing.

Deadline reports that Warner Bros. TV, which produces the series, will be shopping it around to other outlets.

Leading up to the debut of the network's fall 2019 schedule, ABC has also recently axed The Kids Are Alright, The Fix, For the People, Speechless, and Splitting Up Together.

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