Seven years of The Good Wife promoting the agenda of Hillary Clinton weren’t enough, apparently, for the creators of its spin-off The Good Fight. After the defeat of Clinton in November 2016, the creators were so caught off guard they had to overhaul the show because “things seem to be more politically freighted now.”
The premiere episode of HBO’s Crashing titled “Artie Lange” provides a twist – the leading character Pete (Pete Holmes), a wannabe stand-up comedian, is a Christian and works his faith into ordinary conversations. How refreshing.
In Monday night's third episode, “2:00 PM -3:00 PM,” of Fox’s 24: Legacy, the drama introduced the first gay characters in the history of the series. Seems no show today can be without at least one LGBTQ character and storyline.
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards was hosted live by James Corden at the Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday night on CBS. A Tribe called Quest led the predictable, tiresome left-wing takes, while singer Joy Villa went the surprising route at the Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday night on CBS.
In Wednesday night’s episode of Fox’s Star titled “Black Wherever I Go”, Black Lives Matter activist Derek (Quincy Brown) convinces mourners from Danielle Jackson’s (Jasmine Burke) funeral to protest Atlanta police killings of black suspects.
We are now two episodes into the Jack Bauer-less re-make of Fox’s 24, now titled 24: Legacy, and a nasty little trend has begun of showing our military heroes as men unable to function back in normal society.
CBS’s new police drama, Training Day, debuted Thursday night with the episode titled “Apocalypse Now.” Based on the 2001 movie with the same name and using the movie’s director (Antoine Fuqua) as a producer, the show diverges with its portrayal of a badass older police investigator who pursues justice by unapologetically playing outside the rules.
Tuesday night’s episode of Freeform’s The Fosters, titled “Insult to Injury,” was the winter premiere of season four and the network (formerly ABC Family channel) continued with its deliberate promotion of liberal Hollywood’s aggressive LGBT agenda through the use of young people.
We already know that The CW's Jane the Virgin was "with her," but they came back with another swipe at President Trump again this week. Rogelio blamed Donald Trump for “ruining romance” and the Spanish-accented narrator piped up that Trump has ruined “a lot of other things, too.”
During the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on TBS Sunday night, a strange call to violence was issued by actor David Harbour as he accepted the award for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series for Stranger Things. Mind you, the stars of this Netflix series are children.
The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards broadcast on TBS Sunday night could best be described as an elite anti-Trump protest. The herd mentality of the liberal Hollywood bubble gave the viewers a political message with almost each winner’s speech. Out of 14 awards, 11 of the winners inserted their leftist politics into their acceptance speeches, totaling a full 10 minutes of airtime.
To commemorate last year's 75th anniversary of the comic book favorite Archie, The CW has tried mightily to kill off any resemblance to the original comic book with the new series Riverdale. I can only imagine the surprise of parents across the country who tune in with the kiddies expecting a family friendly show based on the beloved comic book of their youth.
In “Chapter Fifty-Two” of CW’s Jane the Virgin, one last desperate quip in support of Hillary Clinton was randomly inserted into a conversation about Jane’s husband Michael’s (Brett Dier) new ambition to be a stand-up comedian.
Netflix’s newly released comedy series One Day at a Time bears little resemblance to the original show that aired from 1975 to 1984. Leftist Executive Producer Norman Lear created both shows but the only similarity is the show name – and the wedging in of some liberal issues.
In CBS’s Madam Secretary episode titled “The Detour,” Madam Secretary’s husband, Henry (Tim Daly), is brought into an FBI investigation of a Christian doomsday cult called The Covenant of John. Raided by authorities in their operation in Bolivia while he was there, Henry has knowledge of the militia group and sets out to determine if Rex Mayfield (James McCaffery), a cult member now living in eastern Virginia, is the bomb-maker responsible for selling the bomb used on an Illinois coffee shop attack on orders from ISIS leader al-Mutaya.
In Friday's episode titled “Explorers” of ABC’s Last Man Standing, the men at Outdoor Man decide to use the preparation for their annual colonoscopies as a bonding experience – they were drinking the liquid prep together as they enjoyed a game of poker during the store’s after hours. Naturally, this led to some inevitable bathroom humor.
During the 74th Golden Globe Awards on NBC Sunday night, far left actress Meryl Streep delivered a dramatic, sanctimonious diatribe to the viewing audience and her fellow leftists in the audience. For almost six minutes, listeners were subjected to a laundry list of perceived wrongs that must be righted by liberal Hollywood. She may single-handedly assure Donald Trump a second term.
During Friday night’s Last Man Standing on ABC, in the episode titled “Three Sisters,” Mike Baxter (Tim Allen) does an Outdoor Man commercial promoting the store’s California earthquake kits. As he does the pitch, he looks into the camera and asks the question that many rational people would love to ask the voters of California – why is Governor Jerry Brown still your governor?
In Tuesday’s season two finale of Fox’s Scream Queens, titled “Drain the Swamp,” two random political references are tossed into the story. Perhaps that should have been expected, given the title of the episode – one of Trump’s campaign slogans, and the show’s history of political name-dropping.
In Sunday night’s episode titled “The Race” on CBS’s Madam Secretary, the U.S. uses a cyber attack to stop an imminent retaliatory Israeli air strike on Iran after Iran struck an Israeli nuclear facility. A loosening of sanctions has emboldened Iran and Israel must now protect herself.