Hardly a surprise to fans who’d been following the ratings, or noticing that TNT had been burning off multiple episodes of Trust Me at a time,  but still unfortunate for the fans who enjoyed the show.  From The New York Times:

“Trust Me,” a comedy-drama about a make-believe advertising agency in Chicago, was canceled by TNT on Friday after a single season. It “achieved creative success,” said Michael Wright, executive vice president and head of programming for TNT, TBS and TCM in Atlanta. “It just didn’t find an audience.”

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