Neil deGrasse Tyson returns after a temporary suspension of sexual misconduct against him. (Photo: Craig Barritt, Getty Images for Onward18)

Neil deGrasse Tyson will return to television after a temporary exposure to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct against him.

National Geographic and Fox plan to move forward with Tyson as host of "StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson" and "Cosmos".

"The investigation is complete and we are moving forward with both StarTalk and Cosmos," the networks announced in a joint statement. StarTalk will airborne in April with the remaining 13 episodes of National Geographic Fox and National Geographic are searching for a broadcast date for "Cosmos". There will be no further comment.

Two women accuse Tyson of inappropriate sexual behavior in a story published on Patheos.com in November 2018, calling themselves the "first online destination for global dialogue", religion and spirituality.

Tyson denied these allegations and welcomed an investigation. He then wrote in a detailed article by Facebook titled "On Being Accused" that men accused of sexual discomfort in the #meToo-time are found guilty of the public for various reasons, "the most justified, some unjustified . "

"Evidence is relevant in every claim, evidence always matters," he wrote, "but what happens if it's just another person's word and the stories do not match? Then people tend to To judge who is more credible than who. And then an impartial investigation of the truth can best serve – and would have my full cooperation. "

USA TODAY has contacted a representative of Tyson.

Contribution: Bill Keveney

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