There will be more chapters in The Story of God after all: National Geographic is resuming production on Season 3 of the documentary travel series after completing an investigation into alleged sexual harassment by host Morgan Freeman.
In a statement to our sister site Deadline, Nat Geo says its investigation “revealed no incidents of concern during any of our work with Mr. Freeman,” so “we have now made the decision to move forward with the production” of Season 3, which is expected to debut in 2019.
The Story of God sends the Oscar-winning actor across the globe to trace how the world’s religions and spiritual faiths have evolved over the centuries. Nat Geo paused production on Season 3 after a number of accusations of sexual harassment surfaced against Freeman in May. Freeman apologized “to anyone I might have upset, however unintentionally,” but maintained, “I did not assault women” and later demanded a retraction of CNN’s initial report on the allegations.
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