Chloe Sevigny’s transgender TV show canceled after only six episodes

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Chloe Sevigny apparently had a TV show where she played a transexual hitwoman, and it apparently has been canceled.

I had no idea she even starred in such a show! The series, called ‘Hit & Miss’ was canceled after only six episodes. On the show, Chloe played a transsexual hitwoman who recently found out she had fathered a child. Okay?

Sky Atlantic said in a statement: ‘Hit & Miss was commissioned as a self-contained drama. The series was the first UK drama commissioned for Sky Atlantic and the response from our customers and the press has been overwhelmingly positive.

‘Following the success of this series, Sky Atlantic continues to be committed to investment in original British scripted productions with upcoming drama Falcon, and other productions which will be announced soon.’

Chloe admitted she was worried about taking on the role as she feared she would not do the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community justice.

She old Out magazine earlier this year: ‘I asked why they didn’t, and the producers said they didn’t find the right person. It’s a big responsibility toward that community, and I wanted to do them right.’

Despite her concerns about taking on the part, Chloe insists she knew the role was perfect for her as soon as she started reading the script. 

She explained: ‘Who doesn’t love a challenge? My manager called me and said, “I got some scripts today, and they’re f***ing crazy. I’ve never read anything like them, and I kinda think you’re going to be into it.” 

‘A little way into reading the first script, I knew I was in.’

I miss ‘Big Love’. She was great on that show. Wonder what’s next for Chloe?

Here are some new pictures of Chloe, spotted yesterday in NYC.

Source, Photos: FameFlynet

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Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 at 9:09am
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