After two seasons, FX has pulled the guitar plug on the raunchy Thursday night comedy series Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.
Created and headlined by Denis Leary, along with Elaine Hendrix, Liz Gillies, John Corbett, John Ales, and Robert Kelly starring, the show followed washed up rocker Johnny Rock’s (Leary) second chance at fame when his musically talented daughter Gigi (Gillies) shows up in his life wanting him to make her a star.
The premiere season of SDRR in 2015 ranked high in ratings making it the third-most-watched new primetime scripted comedy series on a basic cable network for adults under 50. Season 2 brought in significantly lower ratings leading to the cancellation of the show. FX declined to comment.
On YouTube, Hendrix, who played Ava for the past two seasons, posted a video for the fans sharing the news that the show got cut. “We’re all sad and disappointed, but it has been an amazing, amazing journey that I wouldn’t trade for anything,” she said.
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