HBO’s low-rated TV series, Luck, was cancelled during the production of season two following the death of three horses. Last month, Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman blamed TMZ and PETA for the cancellation.
He told Fox News, “It still deeply wounds me. Not for myself, not for the show, but the pain they caused 400 crew people to have. And I don’t think [PETA and TMZ] lost a moment’s sleep. It’s completely distorted. Anyone who raises horses knows they break their legs. The accusations they made were distorted. Every time we’d race the horses, we’d rest them. They’d race 20 seconds, then we’d rest them for an hour.”