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‘The Chicago Code’ Has Been Cancelled

‘The Chicago Code’ Has Been Cancelled

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Here’s a shocker from FOX: it has said goodbye to The Chicago Code.

Alan Sepinwall broke the news (you can read his original article here) and it’s been retweeted by Shawn Ryan, so this is for real. Despite Ryan’s name behind it and considerable critical acclaim, the network has axed the promising Chicago drama starring Jason Clarke, Jennifer Beals, Matt Lauria and Delroy Lindo after only one season.

Allow me to step outside my critic’s box for a moment: as a fan, the cancellation deeply upsets me. I haven’t loved a show this much in a long time. Having to report this news is shocking and very disappointing. Networks have crushed good shows a lot over my career, but this is the one that hurts the most. My sympathies go out to all the fans, because I’m hurting right along with you.

Two more episodes remain for The Chicago Code. FOX’s official upfront announcement is Monday, May 16.

Brittany Frederick

Brittany Frederick is an award-winning entertainment journalist, screenwriter and novelist. Since her career began at 15, she’s worked on her dream TV show in Human Target, met her hero Adam Levine at The Voice, collaborated with Magician of the Century Criss Angel, and encouraged vehicular mayhem on the set of Top Gear. You can follow her on Twitter (@tvbrittanyf) and visit her official site (brittany-frederick.com).

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