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'Legit,' 'Chozen' canceled at FXX and FX


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Animated comedy Chozen has been canceled by FX after one season, and comedy Legit on the young-adult skewing FXX will not be returning for a third, it was announced Wednesday.

The cancellations aren’t surprising as both shows had been struggling in the ratings. Chozen was the first original series ordered for FXX and centered on a white, gay rapper just out of prison, voiced by Bobby Moynihan. The series had its finale March 31.

Legit, which starred Australian comedian Jim Jefferies as a stand-up whose character, along with his friends, attempts to become legitimate in life, moved to FXX this season and will have its series finale tonight.


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