Jeremy Piven's 'Wisdom of the Crowd' Done After 13 Episodes on CBS

Kelvin Reese
November 30, 2017

The decision comes shortly after CBS "looked into" sexual harassment allegations against Wisdom star Jeremy Piven.

"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.

Last week, CBS fired broadcaster Charlie Rose for "extremely disturbing and intolerable behavior" following a Washington Post report about his alleged unwanted sexual advances toward women.

It doesn't look good for Wisdom of the Crowd. The show first aired in October.

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

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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".

Piven confirmed the show was being canceled via his Twitter account Monday afternoon.

Then on November 1, Longmire actress Cassidy Freeman responded to Piven's denial of Bellamar's claims via Instagram, alleging that "whether or not her accusations are true, the TRUTH is I know you".

He has been accused of similar conduct by Longmire's Cassidy Freeman, and advertising executive Tiffany Bacon Scourby.

The former "Entourage" star has slammed the allegations as "absolutely false and completely fabricated" and questioned how he could "prove something didn't happen". Freshman sitcom "Me, Myself and I" was canceled earlier this season. Three actresses accused Piven of acting inappropriately with them.

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