The news comes on the same day as the actor and comedian was accused of sexual assault by an anonymous woman in 2001.
Comedy Central says the cancellation of the animated series, after one season, is unrelated. It aired from April to June this year with Miller voicing a giant blue monster that invaded a Japanese talk show and held the staff hostage.
The woman alleges that when she was in a relationship with Miller in George Washington University he strangled her and punched her in the mouth during sex.
Miller and his wife Kate denied her claims and released a statement on Twitter stating that the she was "using the current climate to bandwagon and launch these false accusations."
They went on to say it was "unfortunate that she is choosing this route as it undermines the important movement to make women feel safe coming forward about legitimate claims against real known predators. We stand together and will not allow this person to take advantage of a serious movement toward gender equality by allowing her to use this moment to muddy the water with an unrelated personal agenda."
Here is their statement in full:
Our hearts are ðŸ'™. pic.twitter.com/WDn24A4XcO
— Kate T. Miller (@rosepetalpistol) December 19, 2017