Ever dream of dating a woman where you talk about "environmental racism," "climate warriors," and "late-stage capitalism"? Well, a rich businessman went through that nightmare on the ABC sitcom Home Economics. It makes you wonder how much a guy is willing to torture himself for a woman.
CBS's FBI: Most Wanted went over-the-top to stoke hatred and division in its latest episode. The episode deliberately pushed fear of "blood red" America and portrayed the January 6th Capitol riot as a pre-planned insurrection organized by thousands.
Why can't Hollywood just call men "men," especially in a story about a plague killing off all the men in the world?
Showtime's L Word: Generation Q pushed the idea of puberty blockers for minors this week, even when parents are against it.
Fox's once-edgy Family Guy began its new season with a lame joke about Fox New's Sean Hannity, claiming the conservative host "just peddle[s] hate for money."
A hip "Christian pastor" offers a parable about "opium dick," a pop star who "listens to God" offers sex to high schoolers as an academic prize, and a pretentious teen gives philosophical justifications for prostitution in FX on Hulu's latest episode of The Premise.
Continuing its tradition of garbage original programming, Netflix premiered the lame adult cartoon Chicago Party Aunt on Friday, September 17.
This week, FX's American Horror Story turned its terror plotline on the LAPD when a bloodthirsty chemist used a killer pill on cops.
Fresh off an unfunny stint hosting the Emmy Awards on CBS, Cedric the Entertainer premiered a new season of his show The Neighborhood on Monday, September 20, and it was another embarrassing stroll down white guilt lane.
What do you do when you are adapting a dystopian graphic novel about a plague that kills almost all the men in the world, but woke lunatics can no longer define "man" and "woman"?