Alec Baldwin's Talk Show Cancelled
Alec Baldwin's talk show has been cancelled on MSNBC. INSIDE EDITION has the breaking details.
Alec Baldwin has just lost his new talk show.
The hotheaded actor officially got the boot from his short-lived MSNBC talk show following a tirade during which he uttered a homophobic slur.
It happened earlier this month as Baldwin was chasing photographers outside his New York apartment building. As he walked away, he let loose with what sounded like a gay slur.
He later apologized, saying he meant no offense. But his show was suspended November 15.
A spokesperson confirmed a New York Post report that Baldwin's low-rated show, which airs Friday nights at 10 p.m., has been cancelled after just five airings.
A statement from MSNBC and a representative from Baldwin states: "We are jointly confirming that UP LATE will not continue on MSNBC."
CNN's Piers Morgan tweeted his support for Baldwin today, saying: "He is not a homophobe. This is getting ridiculous."
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