30 November, 2017
At any rate, with Crowd's ratings on Sunday, the decision to not order an additional nine episodes to complete a freshman season couldn't have been too hard.
"Jeremy Piven, on two occasions, cornered me & forcefully fondled my breasts & bum", Bellamar posted on Twitter.
Jeremy Piven's new U.S. drama Wisdom of the Crowd has reportedly been cancelled following sexual assault allegations made against the actor.
According toTV Line, Wisdom of the Crowd will be canceled after 13 episodes, with network CBS reportedly dropping plans to order a second season of the show.
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The decision comes just days after a fourth woman accused Piven of sexual assault. Three actresses accused Piven of acting inappropriately with them.
Days later, advertising executive Tiffany Bacon Scourby told People that Piven sexually assaulted her while the two were awaiting a publicist in his hotel room in NY in 2003, according to the November 9 report.
Per The Hollywood Reporter, "Wisdom of the Crowd" was the least-watched series on the network's Sunday lineup, pulling in around 8.9 million viewers among adults aged 18-49. Both comedies average less than 6.5 million viewers, but don't have controversy surrounding them like with Piven.
Piven has denied all accusations.
"I would never force myself on a woman", Piven wrote in an earlier tweet.