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Cable Series Canceled

Sep 12, 2016  •  Post A Comment

A comedy series has been given the ax after a run lasting two seasons and 20 episodes. FX announced Friday that it has pulled the plug on Denis Leary’s “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.”

The half-hour show’s second season ended its run Sept. 1. Along with Leary, who created, executive produced and starred in the series, the show about aging rock star Johnny Rock starred Elizabeth Gillies, John Corbett and Robert Kelly.

The series delivered just 450,000 viewers for its final episode, according to Variety. FX declined to comment on the cancellation.

Leary had a far more successful run with his previous FX series, the firefighter dramedy “Rescue Me,” which ran seven seasons and chalked up 93 episodes before wrapping in 2011.

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