Damon Wayans is exiting Lethal Weapon

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Following the news that Damon Wayans is exiting Lethal Weapon, many fans might be wondering if the series will be canceled.

Speaking to Eurweb.com, Wayans revealed that he's quitting FOX's "Lethal Weapon" series after he finishes production on the thirteen episodes for the show's third season.

'I know that was not their first choice but ultimately these were the circumstances that they could offer us the show'. He has played the role of Roger Murtaugh on the show since it started in 2016.

Wayans went on to note the current health issues his family is experiencing and expressed frustration that he couldn't physically be there for them.

Damon's dead serious too. and says he's going to return to the stage after leaving the TV show to "try to find my smile again".

When asked what he's planning to do next, Wayans emphasized his unhappiness. "Like Murtaugh say, 'Too old for this'". Wayans also opened up about being there for his family, explaining that his mother and daughter both underwent surgery recently buthe was unable to be by their sides due to his work schedule.

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Wayans was disgruntled about Lethal Weapon going back to last season, when he clashed with co-star Clayne Crawford - the Riggs to his Murtaugh - in a very public feud.

"You have to look yourself in the eye and ask, who are you?" "I'm from a big family, a loving family and I haven't seen them. 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". "There's a better way to live life".

According to Variety, reps for Wayans, Warner Bros.

Fox declined to comment Wednesday on Wayans' assertions.

He previously admitted that he had been reprimanded while on set for the show, citing "dangerous work conditions" as reasons behind the outburst.