The present will not go on for ABC’s upcoming particular on the rockin’ legacy of Rolling Stone.
The community has nixed plans to air “Rolling Stone 50,” a three-hour reside broadcast meant to have fun the storied music magazine, in response to The Hollywood Reporter.
The particular was slated for Feb. 7, and was set to characteristic reside performances, brief movies and never-before-seen music pairings from the icons which have crammed the journal’s pages since its inception in 1967.
Jann Wenner, the journal’s co-founder and namesake of its former writer Wenner Media, alongside along with his son Gus and others, had been named as govt producer.
Media personalities accused of sexual misconduct
It stays unclear why ABC opted to cancel “Rolling Stone 50,” however the choice comes amid a tumultuous stretch for Rolling Stone.
Wenner, 71, was accused final week of sexual assault by a person who claimed the journal mogul compelled himself on him and supplied him a job at Rolling Stone in 1983. Wenner denied the assault, and claimed his relationship with the person was consensual.
In the meantime, Wenner Media opted to promote the journal itself to Penske Media in a deal valued at a reported $100 million.
ABC didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.