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The longtime TV personality is officially out at "Extra" after at least six women, including activist Sil Lai Abrams, accused him of sexual assault and misconduct.
Warner Bros., which produces and distributes the show, said it was investigating the claims.
The star is reportedly the one who pulled the plug on the still-successful show.
"I couldn’t be happier to call Warner Bros TV my production home," the acclaimed director said.
The sitcom's upcoming season will be its last — and people on Twitter had opinions.
"You can't fire me on my day off!" the actor cried on Twitter.