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‘Berlin Station’ Canceled After Three Seasons at Epix

CIA drama aired its series finale in February

Epix has canceled the Paramount TV spy drama “Berlin Station” after three seasons, TheWrap has learned.

Created and executive produced by author Olen Steinhauer, the series centered on Richard Armitage as a spy working for the CIA in Europe. The third season, which wrapped its run last month, took a timely turn to focus on the relationship between Russia and the U.S., with the CIA trying to determine if the Kremlin had been involved in foul play.

Michelle Forbes, Richard Jenkins, Rhys Ifans, Leland Orser, Ashley Judd, Keke Palmer and Ismael Cruz Córdova also starred.

Jason Horwitch served as showrunner and executive producer on the series from Paramount Television and Anonymous Content, along with Eric Roth, Steve Golin, Kerry Kohansky-Roberts, Keith Redmon and Luke Rivett.

The cancellation comes as Epix ramps up another big push on the scripted originals front, with the Batman prequel “Pennyworth,” “Godfather of Harlem” and “Perpetual Grace, LTD” all set to premiere this year. The network’s current slate also includes the Ray Romano comedy “Get Shorty.”

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