TV Shows Pulling Out Of Egypt
In the wake of journalist Lara Logan's brutal assault in Cairo, various TV shows are taking Egypt off their travel lists, including the popular reality show The Amazing Race. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
Shockwaves from the savage assault on CBS correspondent Lara Logan are rippling through primetime TV.
TV shows shot in exotic locations overseas are making Egypt a no-go zone. Among them is The Amazing Race.
The show went to Egypt in 2004 and featured locations in downtown Cairo and at Egypt's most famous tourist sites, the pyramids and the Sphinx.
Host Phil Keoghan said they won't go back because of the potential risk to American contestants in the wake of the attack on Logan.
"There are certain countries off limits. Egypt is off the map for us right now," Keoghan told the New York Post.
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