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CBS and “Survivor” have issued a statement regarding the recent Dan Spilo’s head.
The statement comes in the wake of the Dan Spilo, it is the name of the show, and after a number of alleged acts of misconduct in incidents in which Spilo, was accused of touching the participant to Kellee Kim, a wife, a production member in an inappropriate manner.
It’s an abrupt shutdown, Spilo, for which CBS said was an off-camera incident is not to ask whether the network fumbled for a #MeToo-term problem and that was months ago.
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Dan Spilo, was removed from “Survivor: the Island of the idol” last week. After the show, a message appeared on the screen for viewers to read it, “Well, it was removed from the board after a report of another incident, which happened off-camera, and it doesn’t include a player.”
(Robert Voets/CBS Entertainment)
“Season 39 of ‘Survivor,’ it is unprecedented for all of us, with the most important social problems, and inappropriate behaviour in line with the game, in the complex of the ways that we’ve never seen before,” the statement from Fox News-began. In the course of the production, and we have to listen to the players carefully examined, accounted for, and reacting accordingly, including by taking the unprecedented step of removing a player from the game.”
At the same time, we have to be responsible for the final outcome of the season. We can see that there are some things that we would be able to do it, and we are committed to doing a better job going forward,” the statement continued.
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The declaration is followed by a discussion of which steps in the network, and the “Survivor” production teams to ensure smooth operation after the season finale of the most controversial.
“For the Season to 40, which has already been filmed, the show in pre-production, cast, orientation, and specific guidelines with respect to personal space, inappropriate behavior, and how to report these issues. For the season to 41, and, further, to the suppliers of the review of all of the elements of the show, in order to further support interaction, including how the players live during and after they have been eliminated from the competition,” the statement noted.
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Dan Spilo’s room for the first time in “Survivor” history that a cast member was removed from the CBS show.
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CBS’ statement, followed by a discussion with the additional measures that will be used for education and training, reporting of problems, and the forbidden form of the game.”
“The production is still professional and to provide a confidential means of reporting any problems, so that the production can be rapid, apart from the play of the game. The full range of reporting and processes will be communicated to the players during the pre-production level. The new college will be added to a system, that is, the mental health providers are available to players from all over the location, and after that they have to leave the island.”
More of the new regulation, “[Fixed] pre-production orientation, and with the new anti-harassment, unconscious bias, and sensitivity training for the cast, producers, and production crew will be on location, in addition to the introduction of a third-party expert in the field to review, develop or add to this policy, and the procedures for the future.”
“In addition, A new rule will be implemented under the entry of unwanted physical contact, sexual harassment, and inappropriate deviations will not be permitted to enter the competition and you will not be allowed to be part of the game. This will be discussed at the all-star cast to guide each and every season, along with clear instructions on how to report violations.”
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The statement concludes, “CBS Entertainment, will be the development of appropriate, enhanced policies and procedures, similar to the “Survivor” package of measures and adapt the network to the reality of the programme for the future.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.