TBS has gone ahead and done away with The Cops, the animated series co-created and voiced by Louis C.K., it has been confirmed.
Production on the series about two L.A. cops, which had an order for 10 episodes came to a halt last November after the comedian admitted to a long-term pattern of sexually harassing women.
Co-created with Albert Brooks, the series was being produced by FX Networks and FX Productions where Louis C.K. had an overall deal.
Immediately FX cut all ties with the comedian after he admitted to misconduct and removed him as executive producer from the four shows he was making for the company. The company did not give him any further monetary compensation for his work on the projects.
The crew of The Cops,, which was being made at Starburns Industries in Burbank, California, was laid off in mid-November.