The sophomore drama ends at Season 2.
May 14, 2016
NBC has cancelled The Mysteries of Laura after two seasons. The Debra Messing drama was a decent performer for the network, though its older-skewing audience affected its ratings in the key adults 18-49 demographic.
The series began its run in the fall of 2014 with a full 22-episode first season. NBC was more conservative with Season 2, cutting down its episode count to 16. Unfortunately for fans, the series finale in March ended on a bit of a cliffhanger that will now never be resolved.
11/17/16 at 07:45pm
Omg!! I loved this show!! I'm over 40 & made sure I was home to watch this,I never missed a show!! It ended on a mystery !! I was hoping of know what happens to Lora & Jake
08/11/16 at 10:32pm
I'm so mad, I really liked this show. How is it that all this reality tv shows get renewed after every season but when we find a show that finally gives us a break from all those shows it gets cancelled. And they wonder why Netflix is the top of the top.
07/16/16 at 00:24am
Well another show taken off my list. Oh well it's gotten peaceful and quiet at my house because they taking thing off that I like or they take off the ones I thought would be around for awhile. I am close to canceling my Directv cause no use paying for satellite when there's nothing on I care for or even if there is something on I'm afraid to get interested in a show that they are going to cancel.
06/03/16 at 05:32pm
I'm so sick and tired of the cheap reality shoes networks are putting on to save money. MOL was a good show and entertaining. I looked forward to watching every week. Now they'll probably put another dumb reality show on I won't watch. No wonder we change from networks to Fox and other channels. I'd rather watch repeats of Forensic Files than reality shows
06/03/16 at 09:12am
@dVE james: Opinion is something that is unprovable. Bachelor gets ratings (as shown on this site). go to a social media site and see talked about. a tv show would not get cancelled with ratings and money, the proof of a quality show to a network. Proof negates opinion. It does not matter if YOU liked it. Ratings and Money win out.
06/02/16 at 08:03am
@ Bob Dobalina,
In your opinion! MoL was a welcome break from the reality shows and the likes of machine gun mayhem shows that use bullets over brains. (In my opinion).
05/24/16 at 09:39am
seriously why are good shows getting canceled and crap shows like the bachelor stay!!!
this is so sad - why would you end it like that!!
05/22/16 at 07:36am
You people are ***ing idiots. I don't watch the Bachelor, but the show gets ratings. People talk about it a lot on Social Media and it's very profitable for the network. Have a clue if you are going to post. Mysteries of Laura was a terrible show with mediocre ratings that wasn't making $$$$. Plain and simple
05/21/16 at 07:26am
I loved this show, but I have to admit the pilot was awful! After watching annoying children whine in the B story, the A story couldn't possibly make up for it since it was also slow. Most of my family members refused to ever try the show again. I gave it another chance, and I was thrilled that I did. I loved the "mysteries" though even so, there were still some characters that didn't thrill me. Given a little more time it would have gone from a good show to a great show. I'll miss it.
05/20/16 at 06:18pm
I am 18 to 49. I absolutely Enjoyed the show. Looked forward to Wednesday nights to watch. I am soooo tired of fake reality shows, hospital shows and just enjoyed a little comic relief. Debra Messing is funny and Josh Lucas is adorable, nice chemistry. Billy and Meredith completed a nice ensemble. There seems to be no shortage of trash to watch and maybe someday someone will stand up and let a show grow an audience. I have gotten weary to try new shows because cancellation has a divorce statistic. I will miss you Laura.
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