AMC cancels Tatiana Maslany's "Invitation to a Bonfire" mid-production.
Maslany stars as Vera in a psychological thriller set in a 1930s all-girls school.
Based on Adrienne Celt's novel about a love triangle involving a Russian immigrant, a new staff member, and his wife.
Four of six episodes were filmed in Massachusetts before AMC ended the project.
AMC reportedly trying to take $400 million in content tax write-downs.
Showrunner Rachel Caris Love says the decision is based on "finance and accounting."
Love describes the show as "erotic, suspenseful, and lush drama" with a "nesting doll of surprises."
Maslany and the cast are "crushed" by the decision, and Rachel Caris Love looks toward the show's future.
AMC was previously excited to have Maslany back after a "career-defining performance" in "Orphan Black."