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

Posted November 30, 2017

It doesn't look good for Wisdom of the Crowd.

The network has opted not to order more episodes of the show, but the rest of the unaired episodes from the original order will continue to air on Sundays at 8pm.

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The show earned mediocre but not poor, ratings - raking in 8.9 million viewers, almost the same amount the network's critically acclaimed "Madam Secretary" receives, according to Variety.

The network did not give a reason for the move, but the news comes just weeks after CBS told Deadline it was "looking into" sexual misconduct allegations against Piven.

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Piven is best known for his role as the threatening talent agent Ari Gold on HBO's "Entourage" and the womanizing retail tycoon Harry Selfridge on ITV's "Mr. Selfridge".

Jeremy Piven, who starred on "Wisdom of the Crowd" as a tech guru who launches a crowd-sourcing app to solve crimes, confirmed the cancellation on Twitter late Monday night.

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Piven is accused of groping Ariane Bellamar on the set of "Entourage", sexually harassing porn star Isis Taylor, and assaulting two more women. A third accuser, advertising executive Tiffany Bacon Scourby, came forward on November 9, detailing a forced encounter with Piven in 2003. Sitcom Me, Myself and I was yanked from the schedule early. CBS said it was investigating the allegations, which Piven has denied. "As a human being, I feel compassion for the victims of such acts, but I am perplexed as to the misdirection of anger with false accusations against me and hope they do not detract from the stories that should be heard". Three actresses accused Piven of acting inappropriately with them.