'13 Reasons Why' Calls to 'Burn It Down' in Final Season
Netflix’s infamously controversial series 13 Reasons Why has finally come to an end. In the era of coronavirus, stifling shutdowns, and terrible rioting, it’s nice that we can put at least one awful thing behind us. Sadly, the last ten episodes of the season keep pulling us back to these issues.
Sick 'Billions' Show Lobbies for 'Sex Worker,' Touts Prostitution
Non-traditional sexuality has been embraced by Billions throughout its tenure on Showtime. It did it again with this week’s implied threesome between New York State Attorney General Chuck Rhoades, Jr., his new girlfriend Cat Bryant and a woman who appears to be a prostitute. Cat is a sociology professor who favors decriminalization of prostitution, which she insists must be called “sex work,”…
Hulu Show 'Ramy' Calls Trump 'Piece of Sh**,' 'F**k-Man'
On May 29, Hulu premiered its second season of Ramy, a show about a Muslim-American man living in New Jersey. While the first season tried to showcase the complexities of an Egyptian-American immigrant family, the second season went full raging leftist, calling the U.S. army “the world’s most corrupt army” and the United States a “country that enslaves people in jails and puts them in…
Attorneys Plan Jewelry Heist to Stop Axe’s Banking Plans on 'Billions'
Attorney General Chuck Rhoades, Jr. will stop at nothing to stop his enemy Bobby “Axe” Axelrod, including committing robbery.
This week Chuck and his assistant Kate Sacker try to convince banking official Leah Calder to stall and then deny Axe a state banking charter. She is initially resistant, until they offer to help get back an heirloom engagement ring from her son’s ex-fiancee.…