The task of finding a possible replacement for Wayans comes only one week after the season 3 premiere introduced Seann William Scott, the replacement for Clayne Crawford, who was sacked for his on-set behavior, including his tumultuous relationship with Wayans.
Asked by his off-camera interviewer, "So you're over it?" My mother had surgery, my daughter had surgery and I had to look them both in the eye and go, "I can't be there" he lamented.
"It's hard for me to play this loving, supportive father/husband/ friend on TV, but be the guy in life that is telling everyone, I can't I have to work". Asked if he's kidding, Wayans shook his head and said "No".
When pressed on the subject, Damon Wayans, referenced a classic Danny Glover line from the movies saying, "I'm done". He has since been replaced with Seann William Scott's Wes Cole, but it's now unknown who will be Wayans' replacement should the show return.
While there is no word on whether or not the show may be cancelled, TMZ reports that Wayans did indicate that he did not get the impression that Fox was excited about his plans.
According to a recent interview with Eurweb.com (via Variety), Damon says he plans to leave in December after wrapping on the 13 episodes comprising the show's third season. "I'm too exhausted or I can't because it conflicts with work", he said. "I've been missing recitals and graduations, and to me it's not worth it". Television-produced drama after finishing production on the 13 episodes ordered by Fox for season three. "There is a better way to live life". On Tuesday (10-02-18), yours tuly, Jill Munroe, was on the "Lethal Weapon" set to speak with actress Keesha Sharp (Trish Murtaugh) who is doing double duty in season 3 as a director as well.