Continuing its trend of renewing shows for multiple seasons, USA network has given a two-season commitment to the female-driven drama 'In Plain Sight.'
According to Deadline Hollywood, the order by network executives will bring the series total to five, making it the third-longest-running series on USA behind 'Psych' and 'Burn Notice.' The show's main cast -- Mary McCormick, Frederick Weller and Paul Ben-Victor -- will all be returning for seasons 4 and 5, and the show will continue to be filmed in New Mexico.
During its third season, 'In Plain Sight' averaged 5.2 million viewers. Nearly 2 million of those were adults in the 18-49-year-old demographic.
McCormick's character on the series, Mary Shannon, went through a number of changes in season 3. She recovered from a gunshot wound inflicted at the end of the second season, broke an engagement with longtime boyfriend Rafael Ramirez and had her mother, Jinx, played by Lesley Ann Warren, move out of her house and get a new job. She also entered a relationship with FBI agent Mike Faber, played by Steven Weber.
With Weber currently without a regular series -- his last show, 'Happy Town,' was canceled -- perhaps he'll return to 'In Plain Sight' on a more regular basis. Hopefully, we'll hear something more from USA on this in the next few weeks.