Jeremy Piven's 'Wisdom of the Crowd' Canceled Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

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Jeremy Piven's 'Wisdom of the Crowd' Canceled Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

Jeremy Piven's "Wisdom of the Crowd" is as good as dead.

All of the 13 episodes originally ordered by the network will air, reports TVLine, but CBS will not be ordering the usual back nine.

Piven, who is facing sexual misconduct allegations from at least three women, appeared to confirm the show's end in a tweet.

"Wanted to thanks all of you guys for supporting us at #WisdomoftheCrowd sorry we don't get to continue with this great family we have created", Piven wrote. Several first described their experiences with the actor in an interview with BuzzFeed News last week.

The show failed to pick up steam even paired with Sunday Night Football, earning just 8.9 million viewers in its latest numbers.

Ariane Bellamar took to Twitter on October 30 to accuse Piven of groping her breasts and buttocks twice on the set of the HBO show. Piven added on Twitter.

Piven has denied the allegations, calling them "absolutely false and completely fabricated". It did not happen. Cassidy Freeman accused Piven of "predatory behavior", and Tiffany Bacon Scourby claimed Piven forced her to engage in a sexual act at a NY hotel in 2003.

One of the women, Anastasia Taneie, told the outlet Piven forcefully groped her breasts and genitals in 2009 when she was working as an extra on the HBO series "Entourage". The only new show on CBS to see its tenure curbed was the underperforming Me, Myself and I., which was pulled from the schedule in early November.

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