Sneaky Pete Cancelled After Three Seasons at Amazon

Bryan Cranston's Sneaky Pete Cancelled After Three Seasons at Amazon

Sneaky Pete cancelled after three seasons at Amazon

Following the third season premiere of Sneaky Pete in May, Deadline reports that Amazon has decided to not give the crime drama series a fourth season renewal. All three seasons of the series are already available streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

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The series follows con-man Marius (Ribisi), who is on the run from a vicious gangster. Marius hides by assuming the identity of his prison cellmate named Pete and takes cover with Pete’s estranged family, the Bernhardts – a colorful group (headed by Margo Martindale) with well-guarded and dangerous secrets of their own.

It starred Primetime Emmy nominee Giovanni Ribisi (My Name Is Earl, Meadowland, A Million Little Pieces) as Pete Murphy, Marin Ireland (The Miseducation of Cameron Post) as Julia Bowman, Shane McRae (Chicago Fire) as Taylor Bowman, Libe Barer (Those Who Can’t) as Carly Bowman, Michael Drayer (The Sopranos) as Eddie Josipovic, and Peter Gerety (Changeling) as Otto Bernhardt along with Emmy Award-winning actress Margo Martindale (Justified) as Audrey Bernhardt.

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Sneaky Pete is co-created by Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) and David Shore, creator of the medical drama House. It is executive produced by Cranston, Graham Yost (Justified), Michael Dinner, Fred Golan, Seth Gordon and James Degus Season two showrunner Graham Yost  was eplaced by Blake Masters (Brotherhood, Falling Water) to showrun season three