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Showtime Cancels Andrew Dice Clay Comedy ‘Dice’ After 2 Seasons

Comedy wrapped its run in October

Showtime has canceled the Andrew Dice Clay comedy “Dice” after two seasons.

The scripted, semi-autobiographical series starring the comedian as a version of himself, wrapped its seven-episode second season in October.

Created by Scot Armstrong and produced by Fox 21 Television Studios, the comedy followed the unemployed comic as he struggled in the Las Vegas suburbs to be a loving father, devoted boyfriend and professional gambler while dealing with the effects of his outrageous brand of fame as “The Diceman.”

Clay and Armstrong executive produced the series with Sean Furst, Bryan Furst, Bruce Rubenstein, Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka.

Earlier on Tuesday, Showtime gave a second-season order to Lena Waithe’s new drama “The Chi,” with Ayanna Floyd Davis to take over as showrunner.