Jeremy Piven suggests his show has been canceled
WATCH Jeremy Piven 'unequivocally' denies 'appalling' groping allegations
Jeremy Piven suggested on Twitter that CBS is passing on an order for additional episodes of his show "Wisdom of the Crowd."
Though the network has not released an official statement on the matter, Piven tweeted that he was "sorry we don't get to continue with this great family we have created" and that the cast and crew plans to "finish out our 13 episodes with full hearts."
According to TV Series Finale, the crime drama averaged 7.39 million viewers per episode over nine episodes, more than "Superior Donuts" and "Man With a Plan," both of which were reportedly renewed Monday.
"Thanks for all the love, going to miss it as well…" Piven added on Twitter.
CBS did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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 . Proud of the work we did and we will Finish out our 13 episodes with full hearts ! pic.twitter.com/V4ec83MkyX
— Jeremy Piven (@jeremypiven) November 27, 2017
Jeremy Piven 'unequivocally' denies 'appalling' groping allegations
The news comes on the heels of accusations of sexual misconduct made against Piven, all of which he has adamantly denied. On Twitter, reality star and former Playboy Playmate Ariane Bellamar accused Piven of groping her on two separate occasions, and actress Cassidy Freeman leveled a claim on Instagram that Piven acted inappropriately toward her. She has since deleted that post. Filmmaker Amy Meador told Hollywood Life in October that Piven "lunged" at her at her home in the mid-'90s, and most recently, advertising executive Tiffany Bacon Scourby told People that the actor forced himself on her in 2003 in a New York City hotel room.
The former "Entourage" star has slammed the allegations as "absolutely false and completely fabricated" and questioned how he could “prove something didn’t happen."
"I would never force myself on a woman. Period," he wrote on Nov. 9. "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."
Last Thursday, Piven tweeted the results of polygraph tests he seemingly took to vindicate himself. The tests show that Piven "showed no reactions indicative of deception," and passed on his answers to all questions.
Happy Turkey Day with a side of #truth … pic.twitter.com/GpFlgTloLt
— Jeremy Piven (@jeremypiven) November 23, 2017