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Fox Pulls Season 2 Premiere Of Cosmos

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Fox Pulls Season 2 Premiere Of Cosmos

Fox Pulls Season 2 Premiere Of Cosmos

Fox and Nat Geo have pulled their respective Season 2 premieres of “Cosmos,” amid an ongoing investigation into sexual misconduct accusations leveled against host Neil deGrasse Tyson, TheWrap has learned.

Fox, which had originally set “Cosmos” second season debut for March 3 at 9 p.m., will now air a new episode of “Family Guy,” followed by a repeat, during that time slot.

Nat Geo, which was set to give Season 2 its cable network premiere the following day, has also postponed its broadcast.

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