Actor Fred Willard attends the premiere of 'Youth in Revolt' at Mann Chinese 6 on January 6, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.
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They say that when it rains, it pours, and if that's the case Fred Willard may want to stand under an umbrella for a bit.
CNN's confirmed that the two remaining episodes of the actor/comedian's improv show, "Trust Us With Your Life," have been pulled from the lineup at ABC.
The Hollywood Reporter notes that the program wasn't performing well in ratings.
It's Willard's second time losing a job since his lewd conduct arrest at an adult movie theater in Los Angeles two weeks ago. As news of the 72-year-old's legal trouble circulated on July 19, PBS opted to remove Willard from his position as narrator of the show "Market Warriors."
In place of "Trust Us With Your Life," ABC has said that it plans to air re-runs of one of its other shows, "Wipeout."
CNN's Carolyn Sung contributed to this report.
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