As someone who enjoyed the series premiere and the first few episodes thereafter, it brings me no joy to tell you that FX announced today that they have canceled the boxing drama Lights Out starring Holt McCallany. After just one season the series hasn’t been bringing in the ratings to justify a renewal for a second season. However, fans of the show will be glad to know that the first season will play out as scheduled: the final two episodes air in their normal timeslot at 10/9c on March 29th and April 5th. Combine this news with the recently canceled Terriers and FX doesn’t seem to be having much luck lately. Anyone disappointed?
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