National Geographic has completed its investigative reports of sexual maladministration by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and will resume plans to fly two shows he is involved in, Star Talk and Cosmos: Possible Worlds reports Entertainment Weekly .
According to EW National Geographic did not disclose the results of its investigation, just as it had completed. We have reached out to National Geographic for comments, and will update this post if we hear back.
In 2017 and 2018, three women progressed due to sexual maladministration, two of whom accused deGrasse Tyson of unwanted progress while the other said he raped her while they were in primary school in the 1
Fox aired Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey based on the Carl Sagan series 1980, and renewed the series last year for a second season, Possible Worlds . But while the investigations were ongoing, the networks put Cosmos and on Star Talk . With the study now completed, EW says that Star Talk will return next month, while a flight date for Cosmos has not been determined.