2018's Biggest TV Controversies, From Roseanne's 'Ambien-Fueled' Racism to Eliza Dushku's Take-No-Bull Attitude

TVLine | 12/28/2018 | Team TVLine
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Between allegations of sexual misconduct, offensive Twitter rants and plain ol’ terrible decisions, television in 2018 was even more dramatic behind the scenes than it was on screen.

Jeffrey Tambor was one of the year’s earliest controversy magnets; following an investigation by Amazon, the Transparent star was fired for on-set sexual harassment ahead of the show’s final season. As if that wasn’t enough, Tambor’s Arrested Development costar Jessica Walter revealed in an emotional New York Times interview that Tambor verbally harassed her on the set of the Netflix comedy.

Year - Rise - Fall - Roseanne - Barr

This year also witnessed the rise and fall of Roseanne Barr, whose racist tweets about former Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett led ABC to cancel its high-rated Roseanne revival, which eventually returned as The Conners (sans Barr). And Roseanne wasn’t...
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