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Fox’s Anti-Christian Drama Ends ‘Offending Viewers of Faith en Masse’
After a 10 episode run, Fox’s Filthy Rich is finally over. The show was canceled late last month due to low ratings. It seems viewers weren’t too keen on the offensive portrayal of Christians, week after week centered around one televangelist family, the Monreauxs, with Margaret (Kim Cattrall) the matriarch running the show.
'Big Sky' Mourns 'All The Hatred Out There' For Trans People
Native American groups aren’t fans of ABC’s latest show Big Sky, but the drama may be making bigger strides with the LGBTQ community. First, there’s the casting of a transgender actor in a main role. Then, there's an out of place scene warning about “all the hatred out there” for trans people.
‘Another Truth:’ CBS's ‘S.W.A.T.’ Echoes Defund the Police Nonsense
Like so much of television this season, CBS's S.W.A.T. jumped on the Black Lives Matter bandwagon for its season premiere two weeks ago. This week's episode, "Memento Mori," on November 25, featured another BLM storyline, with a discussion of the movement to defund the police.
'Racism's Everywhere' Declares Latest Episode of 'The Goldbergs'
The Black Lives Matter agenda must be intense if the 1980s aren’t safe anymore. In yet another example of pandering to the woke crowd, the ABC comedy The Goldbergs reminded its audience that “racism's everywhere.” BLM must be determined to leave no show untouched by its propaganda.
Amazon Prime Series ‘Exposes Police Brutality’ of ‘Past and Present'
Once again, we’re back to discussing everyone’s least favorite TV topic: racial justice. This time, Amazon Prime offers its take on the subject through Steve McQueen's (12 Years a Slave) anthology series Small Axe. Although the first episode in the anthology, Mangrove, is based on a real event in 1970 in London, it didn’t take long for people to pretend it relates to…
‘The Crown’ on Margaret Thatcher: 'She’s Destroying the Country!'
In the fourth season of Netflix’s The Crown, released November 13, the audience gets a couple of storylines they’ve been waiting for. This season heralded the entrance of Lady Diana Spencer (Elizabeth Debicki, The Night Manager) and her tumultuous beginning as Princess of Wales. For those more interested in the political intrigue than the romantic, season four also brings us…
Fox's ‘Filthy Rich’ Justifies Abortion: ‘It’s Not a Child’
We’ve given you a taste of the God-awful Fox television series that is Filthy Rich. There’s the greed and corruption from the Monreaux family of televangelists, including the illegitimate children. While last week's November 9 episode, “2 Corinthians 3:17” included a mother retelling how she refused a coerced abortion, that was an outlier. November 16's episode, “James 4:1…
HBO's 'Transhood' Normalizes Child Abuse
On Thursday, November 12, HBO premiered the documentary film Transhood, following the lives of four children and adolescents who "identify" (or whose parents have said the child identifies) as transgender.
CBS's Woke Legal Drama 'All Rise' Pushes All BLM Propaganda
Network television season began late this year and the studios apparently used the extra months to carbon copy scripts repeating the Black Lives Matter narrative. Law and Order: SVU discovered "systemic racism" within NYPD, S.W.A.T. went full BLM and even sitcoms are now comparing law enforcement to slavery.
'The Neighborhood': Police Are 'Same System' as Slavery
CBS’s The Neighborhood hasn’t been shy about pushing racial issues, so it’s only natural that it becomes the latest show to jump on the BLM bandwagon that’s been reignited this year. The comedy's third season premiere went full “Black Lives Matter” with a terrible “serious” episode.
BLM Effect: 'Law & Order: SVU' Discovers ‘Systemic Racism Within NYPD’
Network shows have finally returned and with them comes a new narrative. As seen in Chicago P.D., NBC seems ready to give into the anti-cop crowd that protested its police dramas this past summer. Up next on the chopping block is one of its longest running shows, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Chuck Lorre on 2020 Election Results: 'It's Troubling and Humbling'
Now that the fall season of television has started, we get to be treated to a new round of vanity cards from CBS’ “King of Sitcoms” Chuck Lorre. Of course, his latest card, #652, which aired November 12 during the credits after three of his shows, Young Sheldon, new comedy B Positive, and Mom, was about politics, specifically the election results.
Anti-Copaganda: ‘Chicago PD’ Portrays Police as Racist, Corrupt
The eighth season of NBC’s Chicago P.D. began airing on November 11. From the beginning of the first episode, titled “Fighting Ghosts", it is obvious that the groundwork is being laid for an ongoing conflict between police reformists and those who want to protect racist, corrupt cops.
CBS's ‘S.W.A.T.’ Goes BLM: 'It's the Cops, Y'all the Ones Killing Us'
This fall's network television line-up of cop shows has begun and that means endless lecturing of the Black Lives Matter narrative. Audiences are being hectored that police officers are inherently racist towards black men and nothing has changed in the U.S. since Jim Crow.