Nine of the episodes have already aired, and the remaining four are reportedly going to air in the show's regular Sunday time slot at 8 p.m. ET. Like so many other men in Hollywood, a collection of troubling sexual harassment allegations against Piven have surfaced.
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Previously CBS said they were "looking into" the allegations against their star, who played a Silicon Valley tech innovator who used crowdsourcing to help solve crimes in the drama series. Several first described their experiences with the actor in an interview with BuzzFeed News last week.
The show earned mediocre but not poor, ratings - raking in 8.9 million viewers, almost the same amount the network's critically acclaimed "Madam Secretary" receives, according to Variety.
Same-sex marriage passes in Australian Senate
But shortly after 1.30pm in the national capital, Canberra, the Senate voted in favour of passing the same-sex marriage Bill. This was despite the fact the majority - 63.6% - of Tasmanians voted in favour of same-sex marriage.
Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed walks free
Saeed was placed under house arrest in Lahore, Pakistan , in January, in keeping with Pakistan's antiterrorism laws. Saeed has repeatedly denied involvement but had previously been detained twice briefly following the attacks.