NBC is fighting a subpoena seeking to find out whether The Biggest Loser contestants were given drugs
The weight-loss reality show was never formally canceled, despite its last episode airing two years ago. Now NBC is caught in the middle of a defamation lawsuit filed by The Biggest Loser doctor Dr. Robert Huizenga against the New York Post over its articles alleging contestants' drug use. Huizenga's suit argues that the stories resulted in lost business relationships with a slew of networks, including ABC, Bravo, MTV, Fox and Discovery. In response, The Post has subpoenaed NBC for documents relating to The Biggest Loser to prove that its stories were correct.
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