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Rap Sh!t Cancelled at Max After 2 Seasons

Rap Sh!t fans are about to utter a few more four-letter words: The comedy series has been cancelled at Max after two seasons, TVLine has learned.

“We are extremely grateful to Issa Rae for creating Rap Sh!t, a one-of-a-kind comedy with compelling social commentary that reached viewers in a way only Issa’s talents can accomplish,” a Max spokesperson said in a statement. “A huge thank you to Issa, showrunner Syreeta Singleton and the teams at Hoorae and 3 Arts Entertainment for introducing us to Shawna and Mia, a duo whose journey fans have been invested in and who they have continued to root for through everything. We’ll never get Seduce and Scheme out of our heads and we wouldn’t have it any other way.”

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Rap Sh!t centered on Shawna Clark (Aida Osman) and Mia Knight (KaMillion), a pair of estranged high school friends from Miami who reunited to form a rap group. Its Season 2 finale, which released on Dec. 21, 2023, now serves as the show’s series finale.

It’s been a tough start to the new year for fans of Max originals: Earlier this month, the streamer also axed pirate comedy Our Flag Means Death and biopic series Julia, both after two seasons.

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