Fox Grounds ‘Sons of Tucson,’ Snuffs ‘Til Death’

by | April 5, 2010 at 4:49 PM | TV News

Tyler Labine, 'Sons of Tucson' (Fox)

Tyler Labine, 'Sons of Tucson' (Fox)

Fox has canceled both of its live-action comedy series, ‘Sons of Tucson‘ and ‘Til Death.’

After four low-rated outings, the Tyler Labine-fronted ‘Sons’ has been pulled from Fox’s Sunday lineup, says the Hollywood Reporter. Its remaining episodes will be burned off sometime this summer, on Sundays at 7:30/6:30c.

Labine, as always seems to be the case, won’t be out of work for long: Just last week the alum of ‘Invasion’ and ‘Reaper’ signed on to play Jason Biggs’ best bud in the CBS’ comedy pilot ‘True Love.’

Like ‘Sons of Tucson,’ Brad Garrett’s ‘Til Death’ – which for a whole there seemed incapable of dying – will air its final episodes this summer on Sundays at 7/6c.