The Ellen DeGeneres Show executive producer says the show is not going off the air as workplace investigation continues. Executive producer Andy Lassner shared his thoughts on the future of show on Twitter. A Twitter user wished him well in response to another tweet, also writing that “If the Ellen show goes off the air due to all these allegations… I hope you are able to find employment quickly.” Lassner replied: “Nobody is going off the air.” No specific claims against host Ellen DeGeneres were made, however, the article said that the producers made the set a toxic work experience for many. Previously, Lassner, along with Mary Connelly and Ed Glavin, expressed their regret over the former employees’ experiences in a statement. Additionally, in an internal letter sent to show staff, DeGeneres apologised and said that she was committed to having conversations about fairness and justice.