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Yet another network cut ties with actor Kevin Spacey today, with Variety reporting that the former House Of Cards star has been booted off of the roster of talent for CBS’s upcoming 50th anniversary tribute to The Carol Burnett Show. Spacey’s ouster from the CBS program—which filmed last month, and is scheduled to run December 3—comes not long after Netflix both fired him from its long-running political drama, and canceled a movie he was producing for it, and after Sony announced that it was cutting a marketing campaign surrounding his upcoming film All The Money In The World.

Spacey—who’s been accused by multiple men over the last week of committing acts of sexual harassment and assault against them—originally filmed a musical number for the tribute, appearing opposite Kristin Chenoweth, Bernadette Peters, and Burnett herself. It’s not clear if only Spacey’s part is being cut out or refilmed, or if the entire number will be scrapped.