NBC premiered its new series about a group of black friends in Los Angeles, Grand Crew, with a pilot episode that has a character fretting about dating a -- gasp! -- "black Republican."
CBS's S.W.A.T. went to bat this week on behalf of illegal aliens and those who hide them from immigration authorities
HBO Max's new series, Santa Inc. (released Dec. 2) may be one of the nastiest, most hate-filled Christmas series ever. It has also managed to score some of the lowest audience ratings ever on both IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes, but star Seth Rogen is bizarrely blaming the series' failure on "white supremacists."
Since the rise of Black Lives Matter, Hollywood has been trying to rehabilitate the historical reputation of the Black Panthers, a Marxist-Leninist movement that advocated violent revolution. The CW's woke sci-fi reboot 4400 is the latest television show to celebrate the history of this domestic terrorist organization.
Season two of Peacock's Saved y the Bell reboot dropped on Wednesday, November 25, and it did what all contemporary reboots do: pushed wokeism in place of originality.
This week, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia hilariously mocked Hollywood wokeness as the gang tried to make an "anti-racist" movie that can be "enjoyed by audiences of today's moral and ethical standards."
This week's episode of Family Guy included an election-connected joke about Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg. Does that mean the series bravely attacked the unethical role Mark Zuckerberg played in influencing the 2020 election through private funding of election offices? Of course not. Instead, the show pushed ridiculous 5-year-old claims that Facebook data mining rigged the 2016 election for Donald Trump.
This week's episode of CBS's S.W.A.T. made the ridiculous claim that "sensible gun control" would stop guns being aimed at cops, ignoring the fact that a majority of criminals use illegally acquired weapons.
On Friday, October 29, Amazon Prime premiered the latest woke adult cartoon Fairfax, pushing radical gender ideologies, racist anti-white dialogue, and left-wing extremism.
CBS's The Equalizer attacked "whiteness" and pushed the racist cop canard this week when it portrayed police officers as treating a black woman and white woman unequally.