Producers of the Apple TV+ series Mythic Quest were forced to fire actor F. Murray Abraham over allegations of sexual misconduct, explaining his character’s absence in season three.
“Mythic Questis a comedy series co-created by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Megan Ganz. The series follows a diverse team of employees working at a popular video game company.
According to a report by Hollywood reporter, F Murray Abraham was fired from the series after the end of the second season over allegations sexual misconductAnd. Apparently, he had also been told to keep his distance from some actresses before the second misconduct was reported.
“We take allegations of misconduct seriously and investigate them thoroughly,” said Lionsgate Television. “For reasons of company policy, we do not discuss the actions of our employees.”
[ATTENZIONE SPOILER] His character, a fan favorite named CW Longbottom, was killed off in the first episode of season three. In Season 2, the character’s backstory was explored in depth in a critically acclaimed episode, leaving viewers surprised by the character’s sudden and inexplicable departure. [FINE SPOILER]
Mythic Quest will return for a fourth season, and a spin-off series called Mere Mortals has also been ordered. All three seasons of the series are available to stream on Apple TV+.