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‘Legit,’ ‘Chozen’ Canceled

'Legit,' 'Chozen' Canceled

FX and FXX opt to not go forward with new seasons of the comedies

FX has chosen not to go forward with a second season of the animated comedy “Chozen,” while “Legit” will not go forward with a third season on FXX.

“Chozen,” which premiered in January, followed a gay white gangster rapper who's attempting to rebuild his career following his release from prison. The voice talent for the series (created by Grant Dekernion) included Bobby Moynihan, Hannibal Buress, Danny McBride and Kathryn Hahn.

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“Legit” starred Australian stand-up comedian Jim Jefferies as himself, wraps its second season on Wednesday.

Jefferies broke the news of his show's demise on his Facebook page Wednesday, noting, “I'm going to try and not be sad about this.”

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“Legit has been cancelled. Sorry to everyone who was a fan of the show, please watch tonight it's the final two episodes,” Jefferies wrote. “I am very proud of the work that I did on this show and I made friends that ill have for life. So I'm going to try and not be sad about this.”