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Tribal Leader Pursues ‘Return to the Way It Used to Be" on Yellowstone
The show Yellowstone is, in many ways, about the clashes between people who want very different futures. John Dutton (Kevin Costner) always fights to protect his ranch to keep it for future generations of his family. Meanwhile tribal chairman Thomas Rainwater’s vision of the future is a return to the past.
New Apple TV+ Drama on Hate Crime: ‘Look What This Country Has Done’
At first glance, Apple TV+’s latest drama Little Voice, which premiered July 10, appears to be nothing more than a 2020 version of Felicity with a soundtrack. Ordinarily, there would be nothing wrong with that, but nowadays, the liberal agenda always has to add something more. In this case, it’s the frustratingly clichéd closeted gay friend plot, this time with bonus…
Netflix Updates Baby-Sitters Club With Trans Child, Gay Parents, Witch
In the 1980s and '90s, many young girls devoured the popular book series The Baby-Sitters Club by Ann M. Martin. The novels, about a group of girls in a fictional Connecticut town who run a club of babysitters, sold millions of copies.
Developer Claims Stealing Land Through Eminent Domain is ‘Progress'
Market Equities is the development company facing off against the Dutton ranch family on Paramount’s Yellowstone this season. In the third episode, “An Acceptable Surrender” that aired July 5, the company’s plans to build an airport, ski resort and city akin to Jackson Hole, Wyoming became clear.
Chicago Drama Pushes Anti-Police Narrative By Removing Them
A major plotline for season 3 of Showtime’s The Chi involves the disappearance of 18-year-old Kiesha Williams (Birgundi Baker). July 5’s episode “Buss Down” further explores the consequences of the disappearance, specifically the perception of the need for (or lack thereof) police in the black community of Chicago.
Netflix Turns Catholicism into Generic Violent Fantasy Series
If there’s anything more obnoxious than smearing Christianity, it’s using the religion as window dressing. It seems the only time Hollywood's even slightly positive towards religion is when it’s also a platform for violent fantasy stories. On July 2, Netflix proved as much with its latest series Warrior Nun.
Freeform Drama: Women Are Oppressed Victims of Capitalism & Patriarchy
Sign of the times? Leave it to Freeform’s extremely liberal teen drama The Bold Type to push an anti-capitalist, “fight the patriarchal system” storyline on television as we watch violent, leftist mobs fighting to destroy America by calling for anarchy, lawlessness, and socialism in the real world. And, once again, the agenda-laden storyline is being delivered via Kat (…
‘Search Party’ Returns With Rude Conservative Pundit
The “satirical” millennial series Search Party has sadly not aged since its move to HBO Max. In fact, from the look of these episodes in the June 25 season, it’s only gotten worse. We’ve moved from obnoxious characters to obnoxious attitudes as the show takes conservatives and Christians down with them.
White Men Demonized in 'The Twilight Zone' Reboot
2020 has already been feeling a lot like The Twilight Zone lately, but that didn’t stop CBS All-Access from releasing the second season of its miserable reboot on June 25. Much like the first season, The Twilight Zone 2020 proves that not even the fifth dimension is safe from leftist propaganda.
Netflix Cartoon to Holy Trinity: 'F*** All Three of You'
F is for foul, filthy, fetid… any of those words would be more apt of a title for Netflix’s ongoing, self-proclaimed “raunchy” adult cartoon F is for Family which is set in Ryetown, PA, during the year 1974. Even “familiar” would work, since the show keeps repeating the same, tired attacks on Christians and Christianity for shock value. Add in the immature crude “humor,” extremely foul…
Beyoncé at 'BET Awards 2020': Vote, 'Our Life Depends On It'
The coronavirus pandemic is doing strange things to awards shows. The shows, including the acceptance speeches, are pre-taped and shown virtually which makes for less spontaneous lectures from our woke betters in the entertainment world.
‘Gayest Season Ever’ of ‘The Chi’ Introduces Trans Woman
“It’s definitely the gayest season ever,” said Lena Waithe, creator of Showtime’s The Chi, which is in its third season, when she appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Last week’s season premiere opened up with a wedding between two women, which Waithe lauded.
Livestock Agent Kills Prisoners While Sending ‘Message’ on Yellowstone
Trouble is headed the Duttons’ way again on Yellowstone. In the premiere, John Dutton resigned as livestock commissioner and appointed his son Jamie. This week, in the episode “Freight Trains and Monsters,” Jamie stepped into his father’s shoes and then promptly into a mess sure to haunt himself and the family.
Hateful Starz Crime Drama: ‘F*** Trump’
Starz’s Hightown has it all. June 28’s episode, "Everybody’s Got a Cousin" contains the random opportunity to mention “global warming” and curse President Donald Trump. In the episode, fisherman Michael McCarthy (Michael Park) joins in on bashing Trump when Jackie Quiñones, an officer of the National Marine Fisheries Services, comes sniffing around his boat.