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Jason Biggs: 'Mad Love axe was a shame'

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Jason Biggs has admitted that he feels disappointed by CBS's decision to axe his new sitcom Mad Love.

CBS made the announcement earlier this month that Mad Love would not be returning for a second season.

Biggs said that he believes it is difficult to find a formula that works with sitcoms because they are such a specific style of show.

"The sitcom is a very specific kind of rhythm and cadence and it's a certain muscle that you have to exercise to do it well," Biggs explained to EW recently. "It was just a different style of comedy. You've got to play the jokes a little more."

Despite the show's axing, Biggs declared that he was happy to have tried his hand at TV, and added that he enjoyed working alongside a cast which included the likes of Sarah Chalke, Judy Greer and Tyler Labine.

"I just had a great time working with that cast," the actor continued. "That cast was incredible and it's a shame we won't get to do it again."

Biggs will return to the American Pie series later this year for the franchise's fourth theatrical release American Reunion.

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