Interrogation: CBS All Access cancels Peter Sarsgaard series after 1 season

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It’s one and carried out for the CBS All Access drama, Interrogation. The streamer has canceled the Peter Sarsgaard drama series after just one season.

The series launched on February 6, 2020, and ran for ten episodes. The show is predicated on a real-life case that spans greater than 20 years, centering on a younger man charged and convicted of brutally murdering his mom. After being sentenced to life in jail, he continued to struggle to show his innocence. The series was structured to discover the one homicide by way of ten separate interrogations.  Sarsgaard performed the position of David Russell, the lead detective on the case.

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The series also starred Kyle Gallner as Eric, the accused, David Strathairn as his father, Kodi Smit-McPhee as Chris Keller, a troubled and homeless teen who befriends Eric and Vincent D’Onofrio as Sgt. Ian Lynch, an Internal Affairs officer who finally ends up turning into Eric’s greatest ally. The streamer did not give a particular purpose as to why the show was being canceled however provided that CBS All Access is rebranding as Paramount+ subsequent yr, it could possibly be that the show would not match with a few of the content they need to introduce to the latest platform.

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