It’s almost shocking that there’s not a cloud of dirt settling over Hollywood right now given how fast the patriarchal foundations of the industry are crumbling. In the post-Weinstein landscape of film and television, allegations of sexual assault and harassment have toppled megaproducers, showrunners, stars, and talk show hosts.
Along with the steady stream of takedowns, a number of movies and shows have been caught in the crossfire. Suddenly, shows like House of Cards and Transparent have faced the departure of their award-winning stars and movies like All the Money in the World have literally recast and reshoot entire roles to scrub any trace of their disgraced stars.
To help guide you through the dumpster fire that is Hollywood’s sexual assault crisis, Vulture helped create a guide to the shows and movies that have been impacted by the allegations. Here’s all the projects and programs affected (so far).
The Ranch — Netflix
The TV show has written out star Danny Masterson after four women accused him of rape.
The Today Show — NBC
After claims of sexual harassment against Matt Lauer led to his surprise firing on November 29th, the show has yet to hire a replacement for the anchor.
CBS This Morning — CBS
The morning show has yet to find a replacement for Charlie Rose, who was fired over a number of claims of sexual harassment and assault surfaced.
Amanpour on PBS — PBS
PBS also cut ties with Rose and ended his long-running interview show. In a new, interim format, Christiane Amanpour will replace Rose on the nightly global-affairs show.
Def Comedy Jam — HBO
The revival of the famed show will still run on HBO, but Russell Simmons has been removed after two allegations of rape were made against the media mogul. The network also ended a first-look deal with him.
The Royals — E!
The show created and run by Mark Schwahn has suspended the showrunner after sexual harassment allegations surfaced from his time running the One Tree Hill series. The E! show will still air the fourth season in March.
Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, & Legends of Tomorrow — The CW
After 19 men and women accused Andrew Kreisberg of sexual harassment, the executive producer has been removed from the four DC Comics superhero shows and fired by Warner Bros.
Oh My God & Lucky Louie — HBO
After the explosive report by the New York Times on comedian Louis C.K.’s history of harassment against female comics, HBO dropped his comedy special and sitcom from their streaming service.
Louis CK Comedy Special — Netflix
In response to the comedian’s history of sexual misconduct, the streaming service dropped plans to produce a second stand-up special with C.K.
Louis — FX
To nobody’s surprise, FX will not make any further seasons of C.K.’s comedy show.
Baskets & Better Things — FX
Again, to nobody’s surprise, C.K. is no longer a producer on these two FX shows.
One Mississippi — Amazon
He is also not a producer on this Tig Notaro-starring Amazon show, which once aired an episode that was a thinly-veiled reference to C.K.’s habit of masturbating in front of female comics.
The Cops — TBS
This upcoming animated show from C.K. has had production suspended as TBS figures out how to move forward.
Transparent — Amazon
After being accused of sexual harassment by a transgender actor on the show, Jeffrey Tambor announced he would leave the critically acclaimed show he was the star of. There are rumors that showrunner Jill Soloway will kill off his character in the upcoming fifth season, which is currently being written.
Order by Innocence — BBC
This upcoming Agatha Christie holiday special was cancelled after three women accused star Ed Westwick of rape.
White Gold — BBC
The former Gossip Girl actor announced he was “pausing” acting on the BBC show, which was filming its second season.
Wisdom of the Crowd — CBS
The CBS show was cancelled after star Jeremy Piven was accused of sexual harassment and assault by four women. The network will air the 13 episodes that had already been made, though.
House of Cards — Netflix
The award-winning show has dropped star Kevin Spacey after dozens of accusations of sexual harassment, assault, and pedophilia surfaced. The upcoming sixth and final season will return with Robin Wright as the star.
The Carol Burnett Show 50th Anniversary — CBS
The special cut Spacey out of a segment where he sings a musical number with Burnett and Broadway stars Kristin Chenoweth and Bernadette Peters.
NBC News — NBC
After multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault surfaced against Mark Halperin from his time at ABC News, he was fired from his role as senior political analyst for NBC.
2016 Election Project — HBO
Halperin’s adaptation of his now-shelved book on the 2016 election has been cancelled by the network.
The Circus — Showtime
The political documentary series has fired Halperin from his role as co-host and is deciding whether to continue without him.
David O’Russell Drama Series — Amazon
An untitled project produced by The Weinstein Company that was set to star Julianne Moore and Robert De Niro has been scrapped in the wake of the multitude of allegations against producer Harvey Weinstein.
Elvis Biopic Series — Apple
This project on Elvis was set to be produced by The Weinstein Company, but Apple has dropped plans for it.
I Love You, Daddy
Louis C.K.’s disgusting Woody Allen-inspired film about a teenage girl who stars dating a Hollywood producer twice her age had its release scrapped after an expose on the actor was released the same day it was set to premiere.
The Secret Life of Pets 2
C.K. will also not be returning as the character Max in this animated film.
Hugh Hefner Biopic
After being accused of sexual harassment by six women, director Brett Ratner’s planned biopic on the Playboy founder has been scrapped.
Wonder Woman 2
When star Gal Gadot said she wouldn’t star in the sequel to the hit DC comics film if Ratner remained attached to the film, Warner Bros dropped him as a producer for it.
Comedian Andy Dick was fired from the upcoming indie film after allegations of sexual harassment surfaced.
Dick was also fired from this upcoming film after allegedly grabbing a male sound operator’s genitals while being mic’d up on the first day of shooting.
All the Money in the World
Ridley Scott made the unprecedented move to cut Kevin Spacey entirely out of the upcoming thriller and reshoot his scenes with a new actor a month before the film is set to be released.
An upcoming biopic on Gore Vidal that was set to star Spacey has been shelved in postproduction by Netflix.
The film about the rape and murder of a Native American girl on tribal lands was bought by the Weinstein Company but, in the wake of allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the film severed ties and scrubbed all mentions of the company’s name from the project.
The Current War
The Weinstein Company’s film was set to be released in November but has had its release pushed back to 2018 after allegations against Weinstein surfaced.
This film, also by The Weinstein Company and set for a November release, has been pushed back to 2018.
Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock
Channing Tatum’s cancelled his planned directorial debut, a film about a boy whose life was ruined by sexual abuse, which was set to be produced by The Weinstein Company.
Paddington Bear 2
The sequel to the animated children’s movie was sold by The Weinstein Company to Warner Bros.
Untitled Quentin Tarantino Film
After having The Weinstein Company release all of his previous films, the director sold his upcoming ninth film to Sony Pictures.