Studios are trying to prevent losses in the wake of #MeToo, but Hollywood "morality clauses" have always been bad news for queer performers.
The comedian didn't go so far as to apologize for his transphobic jokes in a new Netflix special released this weekend.
The actor — who opened the floodgates of sexual assault allegations against House of Cards' Kevin Spacey, ultimately leading to Spacey's firing — said he's happy the political series will continue.
Netflix canceled House of Cards, and stars like Zachary Quinto, Wanda Sykes, and Rosie O'Donnell slammed Spacey for "hiding under the rainbow."
Netflix had just canceled another inclusive show, Sense8.