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Tim Cook reportedly put the kibosh on an Apple TV production based on the notoriously snarky gossip website Gawker.
The Apple CEO — who, along with his company, had been a frequent target of the now-defunct website — learned about the production and the project was quietly canceled, according to The New York Times.
The show, called “Scraper,” was sold to Apple TV by two former Gawker staffers and had already completed several episodes before Apple pulled the plug, the Times said.
Along with the site’s former editor-in-chief Max Read and editor Cord Jefferson, the show had also recruited former editors Emma Carmichael and Leah Beckmann, according to the report.
The show is now being shopped around to other outlets.
Gawker infamously outed Cook as gay in 2008 and its sister site Gizmodo somehow got ahold of an iPhone 4 in 2010, causing a long legal battle.
The company did not comment on the reported cancellation.
The website was forced in bankruptcy in 2016 when former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan won a $140 million verdict against them for publishing his unauthorized sex tape.
Gawker has since been in Chapter 11 and dormant.