"Graceland" has been renewed for Season 2, USA Network announced Tuesday. The drama, created by "White Collar's" Jeff Eastin and starring Daniel Sunjata and Aaron Tveit, has been picked up for 13 episodes.
"Jeff Eastin has once again delivered for USA Network. 'Graceland's' brilliant serialized storytelling mixed with striking cinematography and a captivating ensemble cast has clearly resonated with a wide audience," USA President Chris McCumber said in a statement. “We're proud to be the home of summer’s top new cable drama and anticipate 'Graceland' will be a long-term player for the network."
The hourlong drama concludes its freshman year on Thursday, capping off a strong season which has averaged 4 million total viewers and 1.8 million in the 18-49 demographic. The series is inspired by true events and follows a group of elusive undercover agents for the FBI, DEA and Customs who live in a web of lies and operate under one roof. It also stars Vanessa Ferlito, Brandon Jay McLaren, Serinda Swan and Manny Montana. Season 1 is currently available on demand and at USANetwork.com.
Thursday's season finale culminates with the much-anticipated reveal of the elusive drug lord “Jangles,” as the house divides between Briggs and Mike. Emotions unravel and tensions run high as Briggs’ past resurfaces and his worst fears are realized. Will Graceland survive the aftermath?
The "Graceland" Season 1 finale airs Thursday, September 12 at 10 p.m. ET on USA.