'Lethal Weapon' star Clayne Crawford to be recast pending show's renewal

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Arthur cites sources close to the show who say Crawford was "abusive to his cast and crew" and once had an outburst in front of children, for which he was reprimanded and docked pay.

Television opted not to pick up Crawford's contract for a third season after he was reportedly reprimanded for multiple incidents of bad behavior while filming the show's second season.

Along with an image of himself looking dishevelled in bed, the actor posted on Instagram: "When you wake up feeling more confused than yesterday.NO WORD FROM FOX OR WARNER BROS". The actor said that he apologized, completed studio-appointed therapy, and even gave a "sizable portion" of his paycheck to the other parties involved in the conflicts.

Fox's decision on whether or not to continue Lethal Weapon may potentially be made by Monday when the company presents its fall lineup to advertisers in NY.

Getting back to the show, FOX has officially ordered a third season of the hit action-drama, that renewal confirmation came from Michael Thorn, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company.

Scott will play a new character who partners up with co-lead Damon Wayans' Roger Murtaugh.

"Seann is a fantastic addition to this already unbelievable cast", said Fox Entertainment president Michael Thorn in the announcement. Lethal Weapon is packed with action, drama and pure fun and we can't wait to see Damon and Seann together on screen.

Last week it was revealed that Fox and producers Warner Bros. He is well known for his comedic turns in films like the "American Pie" franchise, the hockey comedy "Goon" and its sequel, and "Dude, Where's My Car?". He also has a great moment in FX's "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", where he plays "Country Mac" for just one episode.

Former Lethal Weapon star Clayne Crawford has broken his silence after being fired from the Fox and Warner Bros. Television in association with Lin Pictures and Good Session Productions. The pilot was written by Miller and directed by McG.