Fred Savage Fired After Misconduct Charges and Investigation

When I was growing up, “Wonder Years” was one of the most popular TV shows on air.

Raise your hand if you had a crush on Winnie.

ABC was going to run a reboot of the show, but now it will have to do so without the star of the show, Fred Savage.


In this day and age, you would have to think that most people would realize they need to keep their eyes down, their mouths shut, and their hands in their pockets.

This should be especially true when you work for Disney.

While we do not know exactly what Savage has been accused of, it just cost him the reboot of the show.

After accusations were made, Disney’s 20th Television launched a probe.

The company stated, “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.’”

While not confirmed, some sources have reported to outlets that Savage was using inappropriate language.

He also reportedly had verbal outbursts throughout the production.

Savage has been plagued by misconduct accusations throughout his career, facing down numerous suits and allegations, including a 2015 accusation while working on “The Grinder.”

Source: Page Six


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