There Were No Inaccuracies In What She Had Read
A producer who worked on the first episode of “The Show” in 2003, Hedda Muskat, confirmed Buzzfeed’s findings. She insisted that everything she had read was accurate. It got worse, she added, once executive producer Ed Glavin joined the project in 2006.
However, she also claimed that the “toxic environment” had existed from the beginning of the project. When Ellen came out 16 years later and said she had no idea, she said, “It’s pretty shocking [for Ellen].”