This shouldn’t come as any surprise to those paying attention to Fox’s scheduling changes, but today Fox’s Television Critics Association panel also confirmed the online rumblings that have been circulating over the past couple months. Fox’s recent comedy series Running Wilde starring Will Arnett and Keri Russell and The Good Guys starring Bradley Whitford and Colin Hanks have both been canceled. Both series struggled to find an audience and personally, they never really tickled my funny bone more than a couple times an episode before I gave up on both of them. Surely there are plenty of fans who will be disappointed so feel free to vent your frustrations in the comments below.
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