Sneaky Pete cancelled by Amazon
The crime-drama won't return for a fourth outing.
Sneaky Pete has been cancelled by Amazon after three seasons.
The series revolves around a connman (Giovanni Ribsi) who steals his cellmate’s identity after being released from prison and goes to work and live with his family of bail bondsmen.
Co-created by Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston, it also starred Margo Martindale, Marin Ireland, Peter Gerety and Shane McRae in major roles.
A ten-episode third series was released a little under a month ago on 10th May with Blake Masters taking over as showrunner from Graham Yost.
Sneaky Pete was always very well-received by critics, with all three seasons currently sitting at over 90% on Rotten Tomatoes, and has been previously touted as one of Amazon’s better performing shows.
The series was originally developed as a pilot for CBS in 2015 but was snapped up by then-Amazon Studios head Roy Price after the network passed on it.
Source: Hollywood Reporter