Sarah Shahi's Reverie Canceled at NBC

It looks like it's time to put Reverie to bed. According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC has officially canceled the virtual reality thriller after one season. Starring Sarah Shahi, Reverie told the story of Mara Kint, an ex-hostage negotiator whose expertise on human behavior earns her a job saving ordinary people using a highly advanced virtual reality system in which you can live out all of your wildest dreams. The series also starred Sendhil Ramamurthy, Jessica Lu, and Kathryn Morris, and was executive produced by Mickey Fisher.

Sadly for fans, Reverie's Season 1 finale ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, with Paul (Ramamurthy) telling Mara that, according to his data, she was still inside the program, leaving us with one huge question: How much of this has even been real?!

Reverie aired its 10-episode season this summer, but viewership numbers premiered low and declined each week. Fisher responded to fans disappointed with the news on Twitter, writing, "I really appreciate the kind words, I was so proud of this cast."

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This article originally appears on TV Guide.com.

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Nov 07, 2018
I had a feeling it wouldn’t make it.
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Nov 07, 2018
Damn, they always cancel the show that i like.
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Nov 07, 2018
Person of Interest renewal, make it happen!
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Nov 07, 2018
I'm up for it.
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