In a shocking turn of events, NBC has announced the cancellation of Alyssa Milano’s highly anticipated “Who’s The Boss” reboot, citing the actress’s “unstable” behavior and the recent Tesla lawsuit involving Elon Musk as the reasons for the decision.
According to sources close to the production, Milano had been exhibiting erratic behavior on set, frequently throwing temper tantrums and making unreasonable demands.
“She just wasn’t the same person we remembered from the original show,” said one insider. “It was like she was a completely different person.”
The final straw came when news broke that Elon Musk’s Tesla was suing Milano for copyright infringement, claiming that the show’s theme song was a rip-off of their own “Who’s The Boss” ad campaign. Milano vehemently denied the allegations, but NBC decided to pull the plug on the show anyway.
“We just can’t take the risk of working with someone who’s so unstable,” said an NBC spokesperson. “We wish Alyssa all the best in her future endeavors, but we just can’t continue with the show under these circumstances.”
Fans of the original show were disappointed by the news, with many taking to social media to express their dismay. “This is a real shame,” said one fan. “I was really looking forward to seeing the old gang back together again.”
As for Milano, she has yet to comment on the cancellation of the show or the lawsuit from Tesla. But insiders say that she’s already working on her next project and is determined to put this setback behind her.
Only time will tell if Milano can bounce back from this latest setback and reclaim her place as one of Hollywood’s brightest stars. But for now, it looks like “Who’s The Boss” fans will have to settle for reruns of the original series.