During the interview with Eurweb, Wayans came off as sad and sullen about the departure which seemed to come out of left field.
"I'm going to be quitting the show in December after we finish the initial 13".
Sounding somewhat forlorn, he continued: 'So I really don't know what they're planning, but that's what I'm planning. "I'm a 58-year-old diabetic and I'm working 16-hour days".
Wayans casual delivery of the announcement made the interviewer actually wonder the validity of the statement, asking, "So you're over it?"More news: Jose Mourinho: 'Some players care more than others'
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With one of his character's iconic lines, he added: 'Murtaugh said, "too old for this"'.
Damon Wayans says he's done with Lethal Weapon.
The outlet finally noted that Wayans stated he was planning to get back to his comedy roots in 2019, hoping to "find his smile again".
Dana Walden, the CEO of the Fox Television Group, defended the decision to axe Clayne at the channel's Upfront presentation earlier this year. My mother had surgery, my daughter had surgery and I had to look them both in the eye and go, "I can't be there" he lamented. Crawford was eventually replaced with Seann William Scott, who appears in the current third season of the show. All of the family gatherings, I'm too exhausted or I can't because it conflicts with work. What we know for sure is that Lethal Weapon season 3, which premiered on September 25, airs Tuesdays on Fox. "I've been missing recitals and graduations, and to me it's not worth it". The network will have just a couple of months to figure out how they want to handle the situation, unless they can somehow convince Damon Wayans to stay, who to return to the stage following his exit.