CW's new reboot of USA's The 4400 (2004-2007), now just called 4400, added nothing revolutionary to the old, except some woke updates like a lesbian couple, BLM anti-police attitudes, and a shout-out to the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
How dare society expect an elite group of police officers to meet rigorous physical standards! Or so says this week's episode of CBS's S.W.A.T.
Gay male middle schoolers, communist rhetoric and advice to finish homework before you "summon the devil." Welcome to season 2 of Netflix's The Baby-Sitters Club, released on October 11.
This week, Fox's new show Our Kind of People attacked "white ownership" and "whiteness" while calling the violent, communist Black Panther Party "community activism."
This week's episode of CBS's The Neighborhood dealt with the loss of a character's unborn child through miscarriage. The episode made clear throughout that the baby in the womb was indeed a human life, not just a clump of cells or whatever it is pro-aborts imagine is growing inside a woman.
Netflix's new series Maid powerfully dramatized the experience of an abusive boyfriend pressuring a woman to abort.
This week, Showtime's American Rust dramatized the conflict between a local small businessman and his employees in an economically desperate Rust Belt Pennsylvania town.
Nearly two months ago, the world watched with shock and horror as the most botched military withdrawal in U.S. history took place. Much of network television has since ignored it, including CBS news. But CBS's unique sitcom United States of Al tackled the Afghanistan debacle head-on this week.
Y: The Last Man continued its weekly descent into left-wing hell with a scene in which a biology-denying scientist tries to feed Holy Communion to a monkey.
This week, CBS's sitcom The Neighborhood mocked the trend of white women pretending to be black for professional and cultural caché.