'Stalker' Canceled: Will Show's End On CBS Cause Problems In Maggie Q & Dylan McDermott's Real-Life Romance? [PHOTO]

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They met and fell in love on the set of their psychological thriller Stalker, but Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott won't be working side-by-side any longer with the news that CBS has canceled the show after just one season.

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CBS chose not to renew the series for a second run on the network, and as a result, fans have been left wondering what it could mean for the off-screen couple, who announced their engagement earlier this year following their whirlwind romance.

Without the show, the two could move on to separate projects--and time apart could hurt the romance. However, the couple finished filming the show's first season last month--and still seem to be going strong despite not being on set, traveling to Vietnam together, and also making an appearance at the Met Ball in New York May 4.

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In addition, the couple have had nothing but amazing things to say about one another throughout their romance, which they only went officially public with following their engagement.

Back in February, when McDermott made an appearance on CBS This Morning, he danced around the topic of his relationship, but did admit how much he had grown to care for Q while working together.

"She's instantly the most beautiful person in the room," he said at the time. "[Maggie] is really one of the smartest people you ever meet. She has incredible questions, she's so precise. She's not only beautiful and smart but she's also generous as well. SHe's the whole thing, the real deal."

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