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Ellen DeGeneres' Show Is NOT Cancelled, Executive Producer Says She's Not Going Anywhere!!

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By Mike Walters

Ellen DeGeneres is NOT quitting her talk show, even though the production is under investigation by Warner Bros. for an abusive and toxic work environment -- and the show's boss said it clear 'Nobody is going off the air.'

According to multiple reports, the famous talk show host is very upset by allegations of a terrible work environment on the set of her daytime television show, but it appears claims she is quitting the show just are not true.

The show's executive producer broke his silence on the situation, and confirmed it is staying on the air!

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'No One Is Going OFF The Air!'


'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' executive producer, Andy Lassner, weighed in on the possibility of closing up shop, after joking on Twitter about how horrible 2020 has been for most people.

“Me: I really think 2020 is gonna turn around and start getting better,” Lassner wrote on Twitter. Adding, “2020: Lol, I’m gonna make your bed the epicenter.”

The tweet didn't specifically address the issues on the set of his television show, but a fan responded to his message on Twitter saying “if the Ellen show goes off the air... you are able to find employment quickly.”

Lassner responded, “Nobody is going off the air.”

James Corden Reportedly Set To Take Over If Ellen Is Fired


As you can see, it appears the 'Ellen' bosses are not preparing for the show to go off the air or for DeGeneres to quit.

Earlier today, reports surfaced that James Corden would be set to take over the show upon Ellen's exit -- but Andy's message sure seems to point towards her remaining on the air.

As we reported, Ellen apologized to her staff about the ongoing issues and said she was 'disappointed' that the set isn't the 'happy place' she intended to be when the show was launched.

But, the question is...will Warner Bros. force her off the air anyway?

Ellen Claims She Is 'Disappointed' In Allegations Of Abuse On Set Of Her Show


"Over the course of nearly two decades, 3,000 episodes and employing over 1000 staff members, we have strived to create an open, safe, and inclusive work environment. We are truly heartbroken and sorry to learn that even one person in our production family has had a negative experience," the producers said following the launch of the investigation.

But, the company has admitted it will make 'several staffing changes' based on allegations against several of the show's producers. Since then, Everybody Loves Raymond alum Brad Garrett and Back to the Future actress Lea Thompson have called out the host over alleged mistreatment.

After the story broke, several celebrities came out in support o the staff, including Brad Garrett and Leah Thompson, claiming they have heard the same issues with Ellen. "Know more than one who were treated horribly by her.⁩ Common knowledge,” Garrett wrote on Twitter, and Thompson replied, “True story. It is."

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