FILE - This April 6, 2013, file photo shows MSNBC host Alex Wagner waving to the crowd before moderating a session on human trafficking during the Clinton Global Initiative at Washington University in St. Louis. Showtime said it will keep its political show “The Circus” despite the loss of Mark Halperin, axed due to sexual misconduct charges. He’s being replaced by CBS News’ Wagner, who joins holdovers John Heilemann and Mark McKinnon. The documentary series returns for its third season on April 15, 2018.
FILE - This April 6, 2013, file photo shows MSNBC host Alex Wagner waving to the crowd before moderating a session on human trafficking during the Clinton Global Initiative at Washington University in St. Louis. Showtime said it will keep its political show “The Circus” despite the loss of Mark Halperin, axed due to sexual misconduct charges. He’s being replaced by CBS News’ Wagner, who joins holdovers John Heilemann and Mark McKinnon. The documentary series returns for its third season on April 15, 2018. Jeff Roberson, File AP Photo
FILE - This April 6, 2013, file photo shows MSNBC host Alex Wagner waving to the crowd before moderating a session on human trafficking during the Clinton Global Initiative at Washington University in St. Louis. Showtime said it will keep its political show “The Circus” despite the loss of Mark Halperin, axed due to sexual misconduct charges. He’s being replaced by CBS News’ Wagner, who joins holdovers John Heilemann and Mark McKinnon. The documentary series returns for its third season on April 15, 2018. Jeff Roberson, File AP Photo

Showtime is keeping 'Circus' political show minus Halperin

January 03, 2018 03:31 PM

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