NBC has canceled its supernatural drama Constantine and the Katherine Heigl political thriller State of Affairs,
State of Affairs was Primetime Emmy Award winner Katherine Heigl’s television comeback five years after leaving Grey’s Anatomy.
Heigl starred in writer Alexi Hawley’s political thriller as chief security advisor to the US president Alfre Woodard.
Fellow NBC drama Constantine was adapted from the popular DC Comics property Hellblazer.
Constantine was originally slotted in at 10pm ET on Fridays, but the network attempted to boost its profile in January by moving it to 8pm ET.
Questions about Constantine’s future intensified when it was left out of NBC’s early renewals at the TCA press tour, although star Matt Ryan later insisted that he was not giving up hope.
There remains speculation that Constantine could still be saved by NBC Universal-owned cable station Syfy or another network entirely.