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Noah Galvin’s controversial interview didn’t threaten Real O’Neals TV show

By Fabio Crispim

Back in June we reported that ABC’s The Real O’Neals TV show might have been cut short this year after Noah Galvin’s controversial interview where he slammed Bryan Singer, Colton Haynes and Eric Stonestreet.

Galvin issued an apology soon after the interview was posted but that didn’t stop Colton Haynes from hitting back.

Speaking at the Television Critics Association in L.A on Thursday (August 4), a show runner from The Real O’Neals revealed that the show would be fine.

According to The Wrap, Casey Johnson said, “There wasn’t any threat to cut our order or anything like that. ABC has been incredibly supportive.”

He adds, “You know, there wasn’t much going on behind the scenes. The article came out, Noah regretted what he said and apologised really quickly. I think we’ve all said things we wish we hadn’t.”

“We all got back to work. there wasn’t that much buzzing behind the scenes. We were busy on Season 2, which we’re all super excited about. We’re three days into shooting. It’s all good.”

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