Chris Rock's 'Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell' canceled

"Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell," the talk-and-comedy series hosted by Bell and executive produced by Chris Rock, has been canceled.

The axing marks the first cancellation for FXX, the comedy-heavy satellite network of FX that launched in September. The series, which began on FX last year, had a loyal following but never gained a large viewership.

"This was a decision that was made with a heavy heart," said an FX spokesman.

The final original episode of the series, which features Bell commenting on pop culture and other issues, will air Thursday. The final installment, which will include past clips, will air Sunday.


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