Toxic work places at popular entertainment companies


Clockwise from top left: Desperate Housewives, Charmed, The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj. Photos: Handout

Is the working environment at some of the world's most popular television, film and entertainment companies really as toxic as some employees have made it out to be?

In the last couple of months, several shows, most notably talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show, have faced such allegations.

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