Syfy has canceled its series “Incorporated” after one season.
The news, first reported by Deadline, comes about a month after the show ended its first season on Jan. 25.
“Incorporated” was set in a near-future world where multinational corporations have stepped in to fill the role of government in some parts of the world, while the rest is essentially a lawless wasteland. It centers on Ben Larson (Sean Teale), who infiltrates the world’s largest company to search for a lost love (Denyse Tontz). Allison Miller, Dennis Haysbert, Eddie Ramos, Damon Herriman and Julia Ormond also starred.
“Incorporated” pulled in modest ratings, even by Syfy standards. It averaged a 0.2 rating among adults 18-49 and a little under 500,000 viewers the night it aired. Delayed viewing didn’t help a whole lot, as it still averaged under 1 million viewers with a week of DVR and on-demand catchup.
Brothers Alex and David Pastor created the series, and Matt Damon and Ben Affleck were among the exeutive producers.
“Incorporated” joins these shows that have been canceled in 2016-17.