The Ellen DeGeneres Show is a famous talk show that broadcasted on syndication. Actress and comedian Ellen DeGeneres creates it. Ellen DeGeneres is also the executive producer alongside Andy Lassner, Ed Glavin, Mary Connelly, and Logan Hall. This talk show involves celebrity interviews and the most successful talk show that is running for a long time.
The show debuted first back in 2003. The show was in so many controversies about the toxic work environment and also physical misbehavior this year.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show Facing Controversies
Popular TV host Ellen DeGeneres has announced that she will be addressing the reports of the toxic environment on sets of her The Ellen DeGeneres Show when it returns for season 18. The new season will launch on September 21 and will be filmed at the Warner Bros lot but without an in-studio audience, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Despite ongoing accusations of a “toxic” work environment on the set of her popular talk show, Ellen still reeled in $84 million as of June 4 2020, according to Forbes. While Ellen has been dealing with chaos at work, a former staffer at one of her Los Angeles homes told Daily Mail that it is not any better when she clocks out.
Ellen DeGeneres discusses ‘toxic’ workplace claims as she announces the season 18 premiere.
On Tuesday, August 8, the host stated by way of a press launch, “I can’t wait to get back to work and back to our studio. And, yes, we’re gonna talk about it.”
The “it” in her words is a reference to the accusations of office misconduct on the Ellen set and the ensuing internal investigation. It is carried out by an outdoor agency employed by Warner Bros. Ellen beforehand discussed the claims in a letter written to staffers, however, has but to deal with the scenario publicly.
This news comes following Ellen, 62, finding herself under heavy scrutiny after numerous former employees accused her show of tolerating everything from bullying to racism to sexual harassment. One source exclusively told The Sun that the star had been “waiting to speak to her team this whole time” but was “not allowed because of the investigation.”