Television studios CBS confirmed that Mr. Lenkov spent another year on his deal with the company. It was unclear whether CBS will pay him the rest of his contract.

“In our Studio is committed to ensuring safe and respectful working environment,” CBS television Studios said in a statement. “Last year we had the production of a human resource partner in each show, expanded training and increase reporting.”

The company added, “every complaint is taken seriously, all complaints are investigated, and when evidence is clear that there was a violation of the rules and values are not respected, we do not take drastic measures.”

The long-running “Hawaii five-O” survived check out two of their starsDaniel Dae Kim and grace Park as Asian-American. They left in 2017 after payment, equal comrade leading actors Alex O’loughlin and Scott Caan. The network has faced criticism from fans and the media action Network for Asian-Americans for failing to keep them on Board.

At that time, Mr. Lenkov said CBS “was extremely generous and proactive in the negotiations on the revision of the terms,” adding, “so Yes, the actors received an unprecedented raises, but in the end they decided to move on.”

Under former chief Executive officer, CBS Leslie Moonvesthe network is built in a primetime lineup that was heavy on programs, many of them COP shows led white male stars. Since Mr. Moonves was overthrown in September 2018, and in front of the multiplicity of lawsuits on sexual harassment, CBS has made efforts to improve their culture in the workplace.

In 2018, network dismissed brad Kernin “NCIS: New Orleans” showrunner, who was accused of brutal treatment of women and makes racist comments. The network also paid actress Eliza Dushku 9.5 million dollars to settle her claim that she was sexually harassed on the set of “bull” with the star of the series, Michael Weatherly. Mr. Weatherly apologized and the show left CSB fixture.

Last year after the network introduced new protocols to handle complex issues two female writers left on CBS sitcom “Carol the second act” after complaints about sexual harassment and General workplace environment.



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