Starz has canceled the Kelsey Grammer and Jonathan Groff-led political drama Boss after two seasons, according to the The Hollywood Reporter.
The series followed fictional Chicago mayor Tom Kane (Grammer), who was determined to continue his reign after being diagnosed with dementia. Hoping to retain his political clout, Kane concealed the disease from those around him. Groff joined the series during its recent second season as Ian Todd, a political upstart who was willing to do anything (and anyone) to get ahead. The show also starred stage veteran Sanaa Lathan and rapper T.I.
For the series' first season Grammer took home a Golden Globe Award in the male lead acting drama category, while the show itself earned a best drama series nod. Starz is considering wrapping the series with a two-hour movie, but no official details have been announced at this time.