Pick up cancelled ABC series "Deception" for a Season 2

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This afternoon on May 11, 2018, ABC announced the cancellation of freshman procedural drama "Deception", a brilliant series with an average of 3.6 million viewers per episode.

The Greg Berlanti-produced series follows Cameron Black, a magician who used to be the "world's greatest illusionist" - before his greatest secret was exposed and his career destroyed. But soon, he is recruited by the FBI where he uses his skills of deception to solve high-profile cases and bust criminals.

It has a 74% approval rating on IMDB and has a large fanbase, with 42,000 Facebook followers as of 05/11/2018. 

The series ended too quickly. The 3.6 million viewers who tuned in live every week, and an average of 2.8 million viewers who watched on their DVR every week, brings the series to an exact average of 5.622 million total viewers per week.

How could a show with such a large live viewership and such great potential get shut down so quickly? After the announcement of cancellation, #Deception immediately shot up Twitter's trending charts with, literally, millions, of people who were up in arms over one of 2018's most promising dramas being cancelled. 

Decision makers, I now speak directly to you. Picking up a series like this would, in effect, move all of the viewers ABC already built up with the first season to your network or platform. These viewers keep coming back every week. They're dedicated. If you move the show, the viewers will follow. 

I implore you to consider this series as a new addition to your lineup of originals. This is a great, rare-come-by opportunity that can't be missed.

The two-hour season finale will air on May 27, 2018.