The astrophysicist was called "tone-deaf and cold" after he used data to downplay the death tolls in El Paso and Dayton.
National Geographic Channel has completed its investigation into "Cosmos" and "StarTalk" host Neil deGrasse Tyson, and will move forward with both shows. The channel didn't elaborate on its findings, however. "'StarTalk' will return to the air with the remaining 13 episodes in April on National Geographic, and both Fox and National Geographic are committed to […]
National Geographic Channel has pulled its long-running Neil deGrasse Tyson chat show "StarTalk" off the air, at least for now, following allegations of sexual misconduct against the famed astrophysicist. "StarTalk" will remain on hiatus as a Fox Networks Group investigation into the multiple claims continues. "In order to allow the investigation to occur unimpeded we […]
<a href="https://deadline.com/tag/neil-degrasse-tyson/" id="auto-tag_neil-degrasse-tyson">Neil deGrasse Tyson</a> has finally come forward to address the sexual misconduct accusations that came to light in the last couple of days. In a lengthy Facebook post, he said his piece and went through the accusations in detail, giving his side of the story. “I've recently been publicly accused of sexual misconduct,” he wrote in the post. “These accusations have received a fair amount of press in the past forty-eight hours, unaccompanied by my reactions. In many cases, it's…
NEW YORK (AP) — Renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson will be investigated by Fox and National Geographic Networks after allegations of sexual misconduct were leveled against him.
"Cosmos" host contends that people already have fantastic abilities accorded them by science and technology.
Yes, “Game of Thrones” is a fantasy series and, as such, is immune from many of the laws that bound us in the real world. But you might not want to tell that to Neil deGrasse Tyson.
This week, we heard Dr. Oz’s college nickname, saw Alex Trebek get a little dismissive about a guest, and heard a crack about Steve Harvey’s hair.
On Celebrity Family Feud, Steve Harvey got an education from Neil deGrasse Tyson on the proper pronunciation of "Uranus."
On "The Simpsons," Springfield’s wealthiest villain founds Burns University. Homer is one of the professors hired, along with “greatest educators” in the world.
The first one appears to be an April Fools’ caper that went the whole nine yards — Netflix Live is described as “Toasters toasting. … Experience life’s biggest thrills, right from the comfort of your couch.” Will Arnett narrates the electric and mind-blowing adventure of watching a burrito in the microwave! Next up is The President Show on Comedy Central, a new series apparently hosted by … the president?
Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson was on Conan Monday and talked about the mess he got himself into when he started picking at certain elements of the Star Wars universe. Specifically it was his comment about BB-8 that got them flustered, when he tweeted, “In @StarWars #TheForceAwakens, BB-8, a smooth rolling metal spherical ball, would have skidded uncontrollably on sand.”
Star Talk, Neil deGrasse Tyson’s foray into late night, premiered on Monday. George Takei was the astrophysicist’s first guest and he revealed that during his childhood he spent years in a Japanese American internment camp during World War II. Following the end of the war, Takei and his family were penniless and forced to live on Skid Row.