Gang Related joins the ranks of one and done freshman shows.
Fox has canceled the drama about an Los Angeles Police Department task force taking on the city's gangs, Deadline.com reports.
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Ryan Lopez's (Ramon Rodriguez) loyalties are once again put to the test on Thursday's Gang Related, when he has to decide whether to give up a snitch's location to Los Angelicos gang leader Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis).
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Every hero has a dark side on Fox's Gang Related.
This gritty drama, from the Fast and the Furious franchise scribe Chris Morgan, tells the story ofthe
LAPD's elite gang task force. The Wire's Ramon Rodriguez stars as Ryan Lopez, a rising star who's also a mole for drug kingpin Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis).
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