We all remember the coming-of-age drama that highlighted the issues that a middle class family faced in the early 90s. It followed a young Kevin Arnold, played by Fred Savage, growing up in the suburbs, and won a ton of awards for it's relatable plot and new forms of storytelling.
However, the show was cut short after the 6th season, and no one was quite sure why the hit series was cancelled so soon.
Now, it's been revealed that the show met its end after a crew member accused then-16-year-old Fred Savage of constant sexual harassment.
The costume designer for The Wonder Years, Monique Long, filed a lawsuit in 1993, targeting Savage for behavior she deemed to be harassment, saying that she couldn't do her job because of him.
Long has said that the 16-year-old boy kept asking to hold her hand and made repeated sexual comments to her, including asking if they could have an affair.
A co-star from the show has recently gone to the media to reveal what they think really happened.