For any fans of the show, which has aired nine episodes so far, the story will likely somewhat wrap up before it fulfills its 13-episode order.
"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". Several first described their experiences with the actor in an interview with BuzzFeed News last week.
In "Wisdom of the Crowd", Piven plays an app developer in San Francisco who uses technology to solve his daughter's murder.
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Trump's comments come in the wake of his defense of alleged pedofile Roy Moore , who the President officially endorsed last week . Sources say the president was also not happy with his daughter Ivanka Trump 's quick reaction to the allegations against Moore.
The claim echoes one made by actress Ariane Bellamar, who also said Piven groped her while on the "Entourage" set. Piven added on Twitter. CBS said it was investigating the allegations, which Piven has denied.
He has been accused of similar conduct by Longmire's Cassidy Freeman, and advertising executive Tiffany Bacon Scourby. The most recent episode had 7.8 million viewers but only a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49 - that's enough to barely save some shows, but presumably not enough to justify keeping it going for CBS given the controversy.
The former "Entourage" star has slammed the allegations as "absolutely false and completely fabricated" and questioned how he could "prove something didn't happen". 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.