NBC News anchor Brian Williams, who was fired for his role in the ‘Harvest Host’ and ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ feuds, is back with another episode of “Family Feuds,” airing Sunday.
Williams is hosting “Unsolving Mysteries,” which he says he hopes will be a show that people will be talking about again.
“I hope to be able to put a show like ‘UnSolved Mysteries,’ a show with a certain type of storytelling and I think that people want to talk about it again,” Williams said.
“And if you’re watching a show on a regular basis, there’s always something new to come on.
And I think people will want to hear what’s been going on.”
The “Harvest” and “UnSolve Mysteries” feuds started in 2015 when a pair of women who were in a relationship with Williams accused him of sexual harassment.
The women claimed that Williams, a star of “The Voice,” made unwanted sexual advances and made sexual advances toward them while they were married in the early 1990s.
The woman said that he called her names and touched her inappropriately.
The case eventually went to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and Williams was fired.
Williams filed a civil lawsuit against the women, alleging that they were fired because of the “Harvesters” feud.
Williams, who said he was fired in retaliation for the women’s complaints, has said that they are not going away.
He also said that if they ever sue him again, they’ll get him.
In 2016, Williams said he would leave the “Family Show” after four seasons.
But he has since been fired from both “Unsung Mysteries” and the “Unclaimed Hosts” show.
Williams has also had to contend with the accusations against him, as well as the death of his daughter.
In December 2017, Williams died in Los Angeles after a battle with cancer.
The show’s star, John Stamos, said that Williams was in good health and that he was working on a new show.
“He was a fantastic host,” Stamos said.
He added that he and Williams had been talking about bringing back the show in the future.
“We have a great relationship.
We have great respect for each other.
We’re going to do it together.”
Williams is the third host of “Unspoken Mysteries,” joining the late Mike & Molly’s Robby Benson and his friend Bob Odenkirk.
Williams’ latest show, “Family Host,” is a podcast that focuses on family, including the Harvest hosts, who have worked together since they joined the show.
The program, which has more than 60 episodes, will return with a new episode airing on Sunday.
Williams said he hopes that his podcast will be remembered for the kind of stories that it tells.
“We’re not trying to be a story, we’re trying to tell a story,” he said.
“Family Host” will also air on ABC, the network that has become the host of the most popular “Unresolved Mysteries” show in recent years, “Unsealed.”