Sunday night's premiere of the 75th Annual Tony Awards on CBS pummelled audiences with typical left-wing racial and LGTBQUWHATEVER identity politics.
Last week, Discovery+ premiered the six-episode series "Generation Drag," an exploitative documentary that follows five tween and teen drag queens as they prepare for Dragutante, a drag show for minors in Denver, Colorado.
Hollywood is butchering history for Pride Month with "The Book of Queer" on Discovery+. The first episode on Thursday, 'Kings and Queens,' falsely painted late President Abraham Lincoln as a homosexual.
Ricky Gervais' is one of those rare left-of-center comedians who revels in mocking woke cancel culture and elite arrogance. In "SuperNature," his new Netflix comedy special released on Tuesday, he makes sure to offend everyone left, right or center in pursuit of constructing actually funny jokes.
Say goodbye to "Anti-Racist Baby" and other unwatchable woke nonsense previously in the Netflix pipeline.
"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane is reliably leftist, but one issue where his show resists the woke narrative is on trans insanity. On Sunday, "Family Guy" did it again, premiering a new episode making fun of current transgender madness.
NBC's 2022 Billboard Music Awards pushed a pro-abortion agenda on Sunday night, using a girlish teen activist as their mouthpiece. The embarrassed kid stumbled over an awkwardly adult speech that was obviously written by ideologically invested grown-ups.
This week, CBS' sitcom "The Neighborhood" joined a growing list of network shows attacking parents for fighting Marxist curricula in their schools.
So, the vicious villains complain about high taxes and property rights while a bleeding-heart liberal heroine leaves law enforcement to help illegal immigrants break the law in California. The episode is the ultimate left-wing fairy tale.
During a time when illegal mobs are harassing conservative Supreme Court justices in front of their homes, Fox's "Family Guy" took a swipe at Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.