USA Network Renews Satisfaction for Season 2, Cancels Rush

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USA Network has made two announcements regarding its two latest programs:

  1. Rush has been canceled.
  2. Satisfaction has been renewed for a second season.

The latter premiered in July to 1.7 million total viewers and a 0.5 rating among 18-49-year olds, while Rush debuted to 1.7 mil and a 0.4.

For their recent finales, Satisfaction Season 1 ended  with 1.3 million/0.4, while Rush pulled in 1.6 million/0.3.

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"Satisfaction sparked a cultural conversation about modern love and marriage in today’s world,” said USA Network President Chris McCumber in a statement about Satisfaction's renewal. “We’re excited to see where Sean Jablonski takes this thought-provoking series in season two."

Added Jeff Wachtel, President and Chief Content Officer, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment:

"Sean Jablonski and Russ Krasnoff, Matt Passmore, Stephanie Szostak and the rest of our world-class creative team on Satisfaction have led us on a fascinating storytelling journey that our studio is excited to continue bringing to life. USA is a fantastic partner in creating programming that we believe will stand the test of time."

Satisfaction will return in the summer of 2015 and you can watch Satisfaction online via TV Fanatic in order to catch up before then.

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Satisfaction Quotes

I don't know what to say because I hate this job. None of what I do really matters. I don't even get to see what I'm trading on a daily basis, it's just numbers on a screen. It's not real. We don't contribute anything to the world in any meaningful way. We just hoard money, and I always thought you were an asshole for making that a virtue.


I think the problem is I need to feel more right now, not less.