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USA says goodbye to 'Common Law,' 'Fairly Legal'

Posted by Emily Wright  November 2, 2012 11:41 AM

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USA has officially canceled "Common Law' after its first season, and 'Fairly Legal' after its second.

'Common Law,' which stars Michael Ealy ("Think Like a Man") and Warren Kole ("24") who were cast as police officers, centers on the pair whose dysfunctional relationships on the force pushed them into couple's counseling. The show runs under the slogan, "It's like marriage. Only with bullets." 

The cop drama had a 0.6 rating for 18-49 year-old viewers, according to Deadline.

'Fairly Legal," starring Sarah Shahi ("Old School") as a lawyer-turned-mediator, was revamped in its second season but failed to stand the test of time. The show began with a viewership of 3.5 million and ended with just 2.5 million.   

Full episodes of both shows can be watched on USA Network's website.

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