Fremantle has responded to Jones saying he was fired from the Starz series by stating that his contract wasn't picked up for Season 3. "If that is true," Jones tells Deadline, "then why didn’t you tell me that in April, May, June, July, or August when we were reaching out to you to get an understanding for what was going to happen with season three and then summarily call me on September 10 to say that, one. Two, why do I not have in my hand a release letter because when your option isn’t renewed with the studio that’s what they send you to let you know that so that you can go get other work. Where is that letter that is in my contract that you have to give me? You can’t just notify me by phone call. No contract works that way because other people want to make sure that they’re not infringing on Starz’s rights by looking to employ me as a series regular if I’m contracted elsewhere and they’re holding exclusivity. Three, why did you make a deal for three years if in fact it was a different creative direction and you know that’s what you were going to do then shouldn’t you have made a two-year deal with me as opposed to a three-year deal with me. Lastly, they were in contact with my manager all throughout those months and the conversation was clear." When asked if he's considering legal action, Jones responded: "Yes, but that’s all I can say on that right now."