FX Networks announced today that first-year animated comedy Chozen and second-year sitcom Legit have been cancelled.

FX Networks CEO John Landgraf revealed in February that FXX would be doubling its original series output next year, while saying that the fates of both Chozen and Legit would be decided after their current seasons have aired. Chozen wrapped its 10-episode Season 1 run at the end of March on FX, while Legit airs its Season 2 finale tonight, Wednesday, May 14.

The FXX lineup currently consists of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which was renewed through Season 12 last month, The League and Ali G Rezurection. The network previously cancelled Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell.

Chozen centered around a gay white rapper (voiced by Bobby Moynihan), who is released from prison and starts his comeback trail to music stardom. Hannibal Buress, Michael Peña, Kathryn Hahn, Nick Swardson and Danny McBride round out the voice cast.

Legit, which aired its first season on FX before shifting to FXX, stars Jim Jeffries as an Australian comedian living in Venice, California with his divorced best friend Steve (Dan Bakkedahl) and Steve's brother (DJ Qualls).