A rare television show premiered this week that dared to use the phrase "woke bullsh*t" when portraying the current cultural moment.
Netflix apparently thinks pop culture is not gay enough. On Thursday, September 2, the streaming service premiered an animated "gay James Bond" cartoon, Q-Force, about a group of homosexual secret agents. The raunchy cartoon, with plenty of animated penis shots, includes anti-Christian mockery and demonic imagery.
Race-obsessed students rant against white supremacy and campus mobs destroy an innocent professor's career in Netflix's new dramedy, The Chair. The show both acknowledges woke mobs and campus dysfunction while promoting the very ideas that have contributed to the decline of American higher education in the first place.
Keep your young daughters away from Disney's original programming. That is all I can think after watching the second season of the cringeworthy Diary of a Future President, newly streaming on Disney+.
Apparently, the end of a tribe that pulled out still-beating human hearts from living victims as human sacrifice is a real bummer. At least, it is according to the CW's comic book show DC's Stargirl.
Pro-BLM NBC sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine took on the issue of fake hate hoaxes that waste police detectives' time and resources. Unfortunately for the audience, the "hate hoax" the writers cooked-up was cops faking hate against themselves.
After scrapping the first four episodes in the wake of last summer's George Floyd protests, the NBC "sitcom" Brooklyn Nine-Nine's final season finally premiered with a new episode promoting Black Lives Matter. The entire episode implies that it is rare for cops to not be corrupt, racist villains and that most are secretly bad people.
Season two of Showtime's The L Word: Generation Q premiered on Sunday, August 8, and the new season found a way to make the show even worse than last season. It introduced a lesbian fiancée played by Rosie O'Donnell who bemoans the fact that women sometimes lose elections.
The final episodes of season 4 of HBO's In Treatment dropped on Sunday and Monday this week and the series laid the contempt for white males on thick.
The nasty HBO Max dramedy Generation, about narcissistic teens forming various queer and “gender-fluid” relationships, went all in on man-hating this week, calling boys “parasites” and talking about wanting to “kill every man, boy and every male human being.” The show also threw in support for teen throuples and witches’ covens and spells.