National Geographic has completed its investigative reports on sexual misconduct by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and will continue plans to broadcast two broadcasts in which he is involved Star Talk and Cosmos: Possible Worlds Reports Entertainment Weekly .
According to EW National Geographic did not reveal the results of its investigation, except that it was completed. We've contacted National Geographic and will update this post when we hear that.
In 2017 and 2018, three women responded to allegations of sexual misconduct, two of which deGrasse Tyson accused of unforeseen progress, while others said he had raped them when they were in school together in the 1
Fox airs Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey based on the Carl Sagan series of 1980, in 2014, and renewed the series last year for a second season, Possible Worlds , During the investigation, the networks Cosmos and Star Talk were put on hold. Upon completion of the investigation EW says that Star Talk will come back next month while a broadcast date for Cosmos has not been set.