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Fred Savage is ‘self-reflecting’ after ‘Wonder Years’ reboot firing, more

Today in celebrity news, the “We Hear: Quick Fix” podcast covers: Fred Savage has been “doing a lot of self-reflecting” since his ABC firing.Wendy Williams wants to have a sit-down with her replacement Sherri Shepherd.And Kanye West’s girlfriend Chaney Jones got a tattoo of his name on her wrist. We Hear: Quick Fix is a Spotify exclusive week-in-review five minute podcast from Page Six. Executive Editor Ian Mohr and Senior Reporter Francesca Bacardi break down the biggest stories of the week – including The Joy of Six, the most satisfying piece of gossip. 
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‘The Wonder Years’ renewed for second season after Fred Savage firing

"The Wonder Years" will be making a return in the fall even though former executive producer and director Fred Savage will not be on set. ABC confirmed Friday that the show, inspired by the 1980s series by the same name, had been renewed. Disney announced that it had cut ties with Savage, who starred in the original series, last week after an investigation into allegations of "inappropriate conduct" was launched.
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Celebrity Gossip: Fred Savage, Ellen Barkin, Ewan McGregor + More!

FRED SAVAGE ENGAGING IN 'SELF-REFLECTION': Insiders say Fred Savage has been “doing a lot of self-reflection” since his firing from The Wonder Years reboot last week. A source told Page Six, “Fred has really taken this issue very seriously and is doing a lot of self-reflection about how he could and should have handled different circumstances better.” They continued, saying that the 45-year-old actor-turned-director “knows he can be an a-hole at times. There are some unresolved issues that Fred wants to deal with.”

Before his Wonder Years firing, Fred Savage previously settled a The Grinder lawsuit in which his accuser alleged he "violently struck" her on set

Savage's firing from The Wonder Years reboot last week after multiple complaints of inappropriate behavior marked the third time and third different show that the former child star was accused of misconduct. In 1993, costume designer Monique Long sued Savage and his Wonder Years co-star Jason Hervey and the show's producers for sexual harassment, alleging they verbally and physically harassed her daily on set. The lawsuit was settled out of court. In 2018, Youngjoo Hwang sued Savage for harassment, assault, battery and discrimination on the 2015-2016 Fox comedy The Grinder. Savage settled the lawsuit out of court. Asked by Page Six about the new allegations, Hwang's attorney Anahita Seda said Monday: “This was a long time coming and I am not the least bit surprise. When my client came to me in 2018 with her allegations against Mr. Savage, we discovered that there was at least one lawsuit that had been filed against him in the past and that Mr. Savage had allegedly engaged in this type of behavior not just towards my client but other women as well. It is unfortunate that it took my client speaking out and now reportedly these others before action was finally taken.” Hwang alleged in her lawsuit that Savage “violently struck” her in the arm three times and yelled "Do not touch me with your hands!" after she brushed dandruff off of his suit and that the actor had a “volatile and aggressive temper as it related to the female crew.” Hwang also alleged there were numerous complaints against Savage over the years. “Defendant Savage was known to intimidate, bully and torment female crew members while they were doing their job duties by yelling things like ‘I’m not a dog, quit f*cking following me!’ ‘Don’t ever even f*cking look at me anymore’, and ‘Get the f*ck away from me,'" according to the original lawsuit. Savage has yet to respond to the new allegations.
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Fred Savage was ‘quick to anger’ while on TV show's set: report

News that Fred Savage was reportedly "quick to anger" has surfaced a week after he was fired from executive producing and directing ABC’s reboot of "The Wonder Years." Sources that worked alongside Savage told People magazine that the director was "quick to anger," which took a toll on the people working with him. Savage is facing allegations of misconduct while on set of the ABC show.
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Misconduct allegations on set of 'The Wonder Years' leads to firing of Fred Savage

NPR reports former child star Fred Savage has been relieved of his directorial duties on the recently rebooted "The Wonder Years". The show's producers say Savage has been accused of inappropriate conduct. "Recently, we were made aware of allegations of inappropriate conduct by Fred Savage and as is policy, an investigation was launched. Upon its completion, the decision was made to terminate his employment as an executive producer and director of The Wonder Years." statement from 20th Television, via NPR.