Peacock’s new series One of Us Is Lying went out with a literal bang on Thursday, as the killer of a student was shot dead at the end of the double-episode finale. But there were more than two lives lost, as it was also revealed that a teacher (who is labeled a “good person” and “the opposite of a killer”) helped one student (who is "not ashamed") get a secret abortion behind her parents’ back.
Paramount+ released the first two episodes of their new crime dramedy Guilty Party on Thursday, and though it’s entertaining with big hitter Kate Beckinsale in the lead role as journalist Beth Baker investigating a murder case, the liberal wokeness and race-baiting are nauseating right from the start, claiming that America “systematically kept” a black woman down and cares more about keeping her behind bars than the truth.
CBS’s atheist comedy Young Sheldon took yet another swing at its favorite target, Christianity, on Thursday’s episode, “Snoopin' Around and the Wonder Twins of Atheism.” And while there’s nothing funny about painting Christian believers as clueless fools and God as cruel and fictitious, an opportunity to disparage Christianity always trumps comedy when it comes to this show.
ABC’s Roseanne spinoff The Conners is back for its fourth season, and it didn’t take long for them to start pushing their liberal agenda, though it was admittedly mild for this show. This time their digs were aimed at Christianity and marriage as a Christian pastor advises a main character to look outside the church to find a path of spiritual guidance “that works for [her],” and another claims the institution of marriage is meant to "oppress" women.
In the midst of endless liberal BLM propaganda constantly pouring out of Hollywood, there’s thankfully a bright beacon of hope shining from CBS’s NYPD police drama Blue Bloods, which isn’t afraid to persist in defying Hollywood standards and telling it like it is. Friday’s season premiere episode “Hate Is Hate” was no exception and was a welcome change of pace as the show illuminated the fallout from the Black Lives Matter movement, namely a rise in hate, crime, and increasingly hostile and volatile situations police are put in as they courageously continue to keep us safe.
Liberal themes were frequent in HBO Max’s new dramedy series On the Verge about four middle-aged female friends and their families that was released on September 7. Their tween children all attend the same school, which is apparently a public one where they're learning the liberal agenda. In fact, there was plenty of liberal lecturing for viewers throughout the 12-episode series, from sexuality and gender to Donald Trump.
Well, the bigotry just gets worse and worse on the very anti-Christian comedy series Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail. These writers just can’t seem to help themselves (or come up with any other ideas) when it comes to hating on Christians.
With a show that loves to provide liberal lectures on the regular, it shouldn’t be any surprise that The CW’s sci-fi alien drama Roswell, New Mexico would insert a Black Lives Matter agenda into their latest storyline.
Thankfully the extremely racist, two-part episode on Freeform’s grown-ish is behind us, but, unfortunately, the show’s not done spewing racism. Should we really expect anything else from a show that said white people are “inherently bad,” and featured a protestor holding a sign reading, “Put avocado on racism so white people will pay attention?”
What could possibly go wrong with a cute, lighthearted musical comedy that on the surface looks to be a fun show? When I saw the first trailers for Apple TV+’s Schmigadoon, I was really excited to check it out. But, knowing how Hollywood is, I tweeted that I’d hoped it wouldn’t be spoiled with liberal politics.