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Valor Got Its Marching Orders, It's Canceled

The battle for Valor's future is lost

Lindsay MacDonald

The CW has axed another show, announcing today that Valor will not receive a Season 2 renewal.

Valor told the story of two elite military helicopter pilots Leland Gallo (Matt Barr) and Nora Madani (Christina Ochoa) caught up in a government conspiracy after a botched rescue mission in Somalia. The show premiered to some pretty unimpressive ratings, and news about its future went silent after the show finished out its 13-episode run in January.

The CW's 2018-2019 roster has been taking shape this week with the renewal of The 100 and the official cancellation of Lucy Hale's Life Sentence. iZombie is now the network's only bubble show waiting for news of its fate.

The writing has been on the wall for Valor for a while, especially considering Barr booked another CW pilot earlier this year, Skinny Dip. Here's hoping Barr has better luck with this new CW series than his last.

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