With rape allegations casting a dark shadow over Armie Hammer’s faltering career, Disney+ viewers have noticed that a show featuring the actor appears to have been yanked from the platform.
A 2019 “Running Wild With Bear Grylls” episode in which Hammer, 34, cave-dived and suckled a goat in Sardinia with the British adventurer is no longer accessible on the platform, Disney+ subscribers realized Sunday night, Insider reported.
The survival show, which has called National Geographic its home network since 2019, now has a missing episode in its available programming. Those watching the series on Disney+ have noticed that, as of this weekend, the season’s fifth season now skips from Episode 4 to Episode 6, the fifth episode — in which Hammer was featured — has been fully pulled from the lineup.
Disney+ and Hammer did not immediately respond to The Post’s requests for comment.
Clips from the episode are still available elsewhere on the internet, including YouTube.
“You know I climb an entire cliff, never done it before, feel a huge sense of accomplishment. We get up here, you tackle a goat, and now I gotta suck on it,” Hammer says in one such clip, posted to National Geographic’s official YouTube page. Another shows Hammer scuba diving.
The show is not the only one to try and cut ties with Hammer since women have come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against him. The actor — who has vehemently denied all claims against him — dropped out of an upcoming Broadway production of “The Minutes” earlier this month.
“I have loved every single second of working on ‘The Minutes’ with the family I made from Steppenwolf. But right now I need to focus on myself and my health for the sake of my family. Consequently, I will not be returning to Broadway with the production,” the “Call Me by Your Name” star said in a statement to Variety at the time.
In March, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to Page Six that it is investigating Hammer. The investigation was launched after a woman named Effie accused Hammer of “violently” raping her in 2017 and claimed he “mentally, emotionally and sexually” abused her during their four-year relationship.
Meanwhile, it remains to be seen if Hammer’s leading man presence opposite “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot in the screen adaptation of Agatha Christie’s “Death on the Nile” will be dead in the water. Although the filming is complete, the movie’s release date has been delayed and is currently set for February 2022.