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, which revolves around a crew of skilled swindlers who use their skills to fight corporate and governmental injustices inflicted on ordinary citizens, was cancelled on Friday (Dec 21) by the network amidst failing ratings, although the news that the show would be ending was announced some time before.Dean Devlin, executive producer of the show, explained the situation to fans in an open letter released on December 6th on the fan website He screws up nearly every case his lieutenant -- who also happens to be his ex-girlfriend -- throws at him.Most recently, he blew an undercover assignment by getting his partner shot in the arm just before crashing the police car into a street market. I live in Los Angeles when this is over and it's just hot. They asked if he was going to Nashville when "The Librarians" finishes shooting in a few weeks and he said no, he's going to Los Angeles to "hang out with my dog who I haven't seen in a couple of months because Portland doesn't allow 'wolves' in the city. If there's a wolf-dog in Portland you can shoot him in the street." Howls of disbelief from the foreign press greeted that comment. Just sayin'." Kane started his question-and-answer session by talking about the similarities between Jacob Stone, his character on "The Librarians," and himself. "(Executive producer) John Rogers, I believe, who wrote this, wrote this with me in mind. "Where he comes from, where I come from, people don't really let on about that kind of stuff when you come from the oil business or the redneck, roughneck business, which I grew up in because my dad's an oilman. "I relate to my character because I'm from Oklahoma. But, you know, growing up in Oklahoma there's only two things to do and that's drink beer and fight. I actually had to say I was in trouble with the law so (my friends) wouldn't find out I was doing a play." Kane added that he had no problem with Oklahoma and is proud of where he's from.
Now, meet Andy Washburn (Jimmy Fallon), a bumbling misfit of a New York City police officer.
In the letter he writes: "As of the writing of this letter, we still do not know if there will be a season six of our show.