It’s one and done for The Detail; CTV has opted not to order another season of the cop drama.
“Canada! The last ever episode of @TheDetailCTV starts now!” star ShenaeÂ Grimes-Beech tweeted prior to the show’s first season finale on Sunday night. “Sadly we will not be coming back for a second season on @CTV but itâ€™s been an absolute dream getting to bring Det. Jack Cooper to life!”
“CTV was so lovely, they were so passionate about the show and I know everyone really wanted it to go again,” Grimes-Beech continued on her latest YouTube post. “Unfortunately, due to finances, I think, and ratings and all of that kind of stuff it won’t be going again. I loved that show a lot. It was so much fun being a badass homicide detective and it was so much fun getting to play Det. Jack Cooper.” You can watch the full video below.
Developed by Ley Lukins (Saving Hope) who served as co-showrunner and co-executive producer alongside Adam Pettle (Saving Hope), The Detail was a 10-episode adaptation of the UK smash Scott & Bailey and starred Grimes-Beech as street-smart Detective Jacqueline “Jack” Cooper, who has keen investigative skills but a messy personal life. Angela Griffin starred as Detective Stevie Hall, a sharp quick-witted interrogator who is Jackâ€™s mentor. Wendy Crewson played Staff Inspector Fiona Currie, the homicide unitâ€™s boss, who works overtime to secure justice, no matter what the cost.
Supporting cast included David Cubitt as Detective Kyle Price, Stevieâ€™s ex-boyfriend and new co-worker at the division; David Ferry as Harry Barker, Stevieâ€™s stepfather and retired cop; Matthew Edison as Stevieâ€™s husband Jono Hall; Ben Bass as Marc Savage, Jackâ€™s boyfriend; Al Mukadam as Detective Aaron Finch; and Matt Gordon as Detective Donnie Sullivan.
Executive producers included Ilana Frank (Saving Hope), John Morayniss (Bitten), and Linda Pope (Rookie Blue), with co-executive producers Jocelyn Hamilton (Cardinal), Sonia Hosko (Saving Hope) and Gregory Smith (Rookie Blue).
The Detail‘s lack of a renewal is the latest move by Bell Media; the broadcaster announced InnerSpace and Daily Planet would not be back.