George Lopez explains why he thinks his late night show on TBS didn’t last so long. The show was on for roughly two years, but George explains why that’s barely the enough time to get his feet wet. He explains that he knows there was a double-standard at place, where he didn’t get an adequate amount of “time to fail,” as he puts it, like some of his counterparts do.
George also reveals how he knew he was going to get fired. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview from the Ed Lover Show.
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TV Shows Cancelled Due To Controversy
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1. Sorority Sisters
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2. Honey Boo Boo
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3. The Cosby Show
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4. Michael Sam's upcoming OWN reality show
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5. Stephen Collins' '7th Heaven' reruns
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6. Ceelo Green's 'The Good Life'
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7. Bill Maher's 'Politically Incorrect'
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8. Bill Cosby's upcoming NBC sitcom 'Cosby 77'
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9. Paula Deen's 'Paula's Homecooking'
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10. Basketball Wives Miami
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11. Shawty Lo's 'All My Baby's Mama's'
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12. 'Sorority Sisters'
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George Lopez Explains The Discrimination He Experienced With His Late Night TV Show [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] was originally published on edlovershow.com