The ABC sitcom "Home Economics" celebrated women on the Supreme Court this week with a musical number. Well, not every woman. The name Amy Coney Barrett was noticeably absent.
For much of the 2020-21 television season, network dramas bombarded the public with endless Black Lives Matter (BLM) and "anti-racist" propaganda. A notable exception had been CBS' The Equalizer which stuck with old-fashioned storytelling and kept the lecturing to a minimum. But this season, the show is determined to make up for lost time by pummeling its audience with endless left-wing messaging.
Tween girls everywhere will be spared another insufferable season of radical LGBTQUIA, feminist and occult indoctrination from Netflix's woke reboot of "The Babysitters Club."
The CBS series The Equalizer became a hit last year by keeping its focus on entertaining an audience. This year, it's determined to abandon that successful strategy in order to hector its viewers with left-wing ideology instead.
"South Park's" creators always find a way to mine the untapped comedic potential in any current event and this week was no exception.
Hollywood celebrities are finally supporting the sovereignty of national borders and are praising a former television star who became a president. Of course, the borders are the Ukraine's and the former television star is Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky. I guess we will have to take what we can get.
It turns out Americans don't want to watch woke television. The new year has brought a flood of series cancellation announcements. Many of the worst woke shows of 2021 have been cut for 2022 due to low ratings and audience rejection.
A beloved cast member of the Paramount series Yellowstone is proving personal integrity is still possible in Hollywood.
The current audience score on Rotten Tomatoes for this hatefest is two percent. It should be zero. The series is reprehensible. Everyone involved in making it should be ashamed of themselves.
This year's Super Bowl halftime show was a late nineties/early aughts throwback featuring a number of rappers whose biggest musical hits are twenty years old. Perhaps to stay relevant, one of those rappers, Eminem, took a knee during his performance.