Canning arrives on the heels of "The Glades" pulling season high ratings during its season four finale this week, drawing 3.4 million total viewers in its Monday prime timeslot.
Created by Clifton Campbell, the Florida-set crime drama debuted on A&E in July of 2010, averaging just under 4 million viewers during its frosh run. Series spent three seasons on A&E's Sunday night lineup before being bumped to Monday nights at 9 p.m. for its most recent run, where it averaged a little over 2.5 million viewers.
"The Glades" starred Matt Passmore and was produced by Fox TV Studios.
Still awaiting word on its fate is second-year drama "Longmire," which aired alongside "The Glades" on Monday this season and fared better in the ratings than the vet.
A&E declined comment for this story.
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