The US remake of Broadchurch will not get a second series after suffering disappointing ratings.
Starring David Tennant and Anna Gun, Gracepoint pulled in 4 million viewers for its season finale earlier this week.
The series, which was written by Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall, will not be renewed for a second series, according to Entertainment Week.
The Fox drama was criticised in the UK for replacing Olivia Colman with Breaking Bad’s Gun, and for its like-for-like resemblance to the Bafta-winning British series.
The series also revealed a different killer to the Broadchurch original, with DS Ellie Miller's son Tom accidentally hitting Danny with an oar.
Gracepoint was originally billed as a “limited series” and not a long-running drama, but it is thought Fox could have renewed the show if it had been a ratings success.
The US Broadchurch remake pulled in less than half the viewing figures of the ITV original drama, which was watched by an average 9.2 million people each week in the UK.
Meet the cast of Broadchurch 2
Meet the cast of Broadchurch 2
1/12 Broadchurch 2 cast
The Broadchurch 2 cast read through Chris Chibnall's 'brilliant' new script ahead of shooting
2/12 David Tennant
He's been making the US version of Broadchurch (Gracepoint) but Tennant has been confirmed to return for the second series in Dorset. The former Doctor Who star plays DI Alec Hardy in the crime drama - but will his troubling heart problems get the better of him this time around?
3/12 James D'Arcy
James D'Arcy, known for Cloud Atlas and Hitchcock, is another new face for Broadchurch series 2. Executive producer Jane Featherstone has promised he will be a 'thrilling and important' addition
4/12 Olivia Colman
Fresh from her Best Actress win at the 2014 TV Baftas, Colman will be back as DS Ellie Miller for the second series of Broadchurch. Her character has been re-invented by Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn but Colman insists she is not 'really cross' at her stateside replacement. Colman has read the first few scripts of Broadchurch 2 and says they are 'brilliant'
5/12 Marianne Jean-Baptiste
Black British actress Jean-Baptiste, pictured here in James Baldwin’s The Amen Corner, is a new arrival on Broadchurch. Creator Chris Chibnall said he would have 'wept for months' if she had turned down a role that was specifically written with her in mind. Jean-Baptiste is set to make an 'indelible impact' on the show, apparently
6/12 Charlotte Rampling
Veteran film and TV actress Charlotte Rampling will play a new character in Broadchurch, with details being kept as hushed as possible, bar that her role will be 'integral'. 'There's none more exceptional than Charlotte' said creator Chris Chibnall
7/12 Jodie Whittaker
Whittaker will reprise her role as Beth Latimer, mother to murdered 11-year-old schoolboy Danny and friend of Ellie Miller. She was in attendance at the 2014 TV Baftas to receive the award for Best Drama Series for Broadchurch
8/12 Eve Myles
Torchwood and Frankie star Eve Myles is set for a central role in Broadchurch 2 but once again, details are being kept heavily under wraps
9/12 Arthur Darvill
Arthur Darvill will be back as local vicar and recovering alcoholic Reverend Paul Coates
10/12 Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is known for her work in several acclaimed stage productions and is described as being 'on the way to superstardom' by Broadchurch's Chris Chibnall
11/12 Andrew Buchan
Andrew Buchan will return for Broadchurch series 2 as Danny's father Mark Latimer. Mark was one of the first suspects in the hunt for Danny's killer
12/12 Meera Syal
Meera Syal, who is renowned as a member of the team that created Goodness Gracious Me, will have a "pivotal" role in series 2
Broadchurch will return for a second series in January, starring David Tennant, Olivia Colman, Jodie Whittaker, Andrew Buchan and Arthur Darvill.
They will be joined by new faces James D’Arcy, Charlotte Rampling, Meera Syal and Marianne Jean-Baptiste.
The first trailer for the second series released last week hinted that the plotline could revolve around the abduction of young girls in the sleepy seaside town.