Cosmos returns Sunday after it was delayed due to investigations of the fame astrophysicist that ultimately cleared him of sexual misconduct. Three women accused Tyson of misconduct, including his Cosmos assistant, Ashley Watson. The Daily Beast's Marlow Stern recently interviewed Tyson about Cosmos, coronavirus and science in the year 2020. But when Stern asked about the sexual misconduct allegations, the conversation got a little heated as Tyson reiterated that he got his due process. "That was the entire point of the investigations—to bring due process," he says. "Otherwise, we could just up- and- down-vote whatever we want to be true in this world, and you wouldn’t need any investigations, or courts, or anything else. I suppose you could do that but I don’t know what world that is, if you did away with it. There’s that Seth MacFarlane show, The Orville, that had an episode about how all justice was meted out by up-votes or down-votes and it was an exploration of what that world might be like—it was a planet somewhere where that was the case. So we should remind ourselves of the value of due process."