Exclusive: Legends of Chamberlain Heights Cancelled After Two Seasons On Comedy Central

Now we know.

After two seasons, Comedy Central has decided NOT to move forward with the third season of Legends of Chamberlain Heights. Speculation started to arise when the Twitter handle for the series posted this image, but I was able to confirm that the show is indeed not getting a third season.

Co-creator and voice of both Milk and Grover for Legends of Chamberlain Heights, Josiah Johnson,  released a statement for all of you fans that loved the series exclusively to us:

We love and appreciate everyone for the support. Keep being legends and be excellent to each other….also fuck Trump.

Legends of Chamberlain Heights followed best friends Grover, Milk and Jamal may just be benchwarmers on their basketball team at Michael Clarke Duncan High School, but they have lofty dreams. The freshmen want to earn their peers’ respect and become legends at the school, but they have a long way to go to achieve that status. They have to prove themselves to be champions — both on and off the court — to ascend the social ladder. Former college basketball players Quinn Hawking and Josiah Johnson, who lend their voices to the animated series, served as the inspiration for the characters.

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