Pretty Hard Cases has closed its final case.
The show, and its production company, Cameron Pictures, made the announcement via social media on Wednesday afternoon.
“We’re very sad to share that #Season3 of #PrettyHardCases will be our final season,” the series tweeted. “Thank you to all of the amazing cast and crew who have worked with us these last three years and made the show possible.”
Co-created by Tassie Cameron and Sherry White, Pretty Hard Cases stars Meredith MacNeill stars as Sam Waszowski, a guns and gangs detective, and single mom, who finds herself teamed with drug squad detective Kelly Duff, played by Adrienne C. Moore. Together, the pair are trying to take down a neighbourhood gang dealing drugs and weapons.
“This show is more about women who are in their 40s, who had given it all to their career and are finding themselves a little wanting for a full life,” White told us prior to the Season 1 debut. “They’ve sacrificed a lot of their own personal goals in order to have their career, which is totally where Tassie and I were. We wanted to reflect our friendship and we wanted to reflect where we were in our careers and that sort of, what next? How else do we get a full life? We also wanted to have fun. We wanted it to be more in this sort of Paul Feig kind of… the ways he can celebrate women and be really raw and honest and funny about whatever situation they’re in, and I think we accomplished that with the show.”
Pretty Hard Cases airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on CBC.
2 thoughts on “Pretty Hard Cases to end with Season 3”
This is a STUPID idea. This show was starting to develop into a unique identity. This another example of short sighted Canadian productions. Oh well, I guess I will have to watch revenge oriented femicidal, drug adddled, corrupt political American productions with a dash of Ridiculousness for levity.
That is really sad, we enjoyed the show and recommended it to all our friends and family. So disappointing that Canadian productions do not have longevity.