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CBS's SWAT Attacks 'Male' Physical Standards for Cops as 'Biased'
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.
Teacher Helps Student Get Secret Abortion on Peacock Murder Mystery
Peacock’s new series One of Us Is Lying went out with a literal bang on Thursday, as the killer of a student was shot dead at the end of the double-episode finale. But there were more than two lives lost, as it was also revealed that a teacher (who is labeled a “good person” and “the opposite of a killer”) helped one student (who is "not ashamed") get a secret abortion behind her…
TV’s Worst of the Week: The Gender Spectrum & Binary Language
Welcome to TV’s Worst of the Week, where MRC Culture's on TV Blog recounts the top liberal bias moments in entertainment television for the week of October 17, 2021.
Woke NBC Drama: Teen Voters Are ‘Over Binary Language’
NBC's Ordinary Joe went woke this week with discussion of "binary language" and bisexuality. A character said "Can we cut the 'ladies and gentlemen' at the beginning? A lot of teen voters are gonna be there and they're over binary language."
Netflix's 'Babysitters Club' Explores Dating the 'Gender Spectrum'
Gay male middle schoolers, communist rhetoric and advice to finish homework before you "summon the devil." Welcome to season two of Netflix's The Baby-Sitters Club. The Baby-Sitters Club, like so much in this era of cultural decline, takes a nostalgic, decades-old franchise and makes it irritatingly woke. This reboot's only legacy will be as another nail in our country's cultural…
Paramount+ Dramedy: Violent Felon 'Wouldn't Be In Prison' if White
Paramount+ released the first two episodes of their new crime dramedy Guilty Party on Thursday, and though it’s entertaining with big hitter Kate Beckinsale in the lead role as journalist Beth Baker investigating a murder case, the liberal wokeness and race-baiting are nauseating right from the start, claiming that America “systematically kept” a black woman down and cares more about…
TV’s Worst of the Week: Straight Spaces & Upholding Whiteness
Welcome to TV’s Worst of the Week, where MRC Culture's on TV Blog recounts the top liberal bias moments in entertainment television for the week of October 10, 2021.
Med Drama: Saving Cop’s Life Means ‘Chance to Destroy More Brothers'
Tuesday’s episode of The Resident on Fox returned to the Black Lives Matter trope of the racist cop quick to pull his gun on innocent black men.
CBS’s Atheist Sitcom ‘Young Sheldon:’ Bible Is ‘Just a Book’
CBS’s atheist comedy Young Sheldon took yet another swing at its favorite target, Christianity, on Thursday’s episode, “Snoopin' Around and the Wonder Twins of Atheism.” And while there’s nothing funny about painting Christian believers as clueless fools and God as cruel and fictitious, an opportunity to disparage Christianity always trumps comedy when it comes to this show.
'New Amsterdam' Baddie Admits Show ‘Like Progressive Piñata Exploded’
NBC’s New Amsterdam, now in its fourth season, continues to be as woke as ever, but now they're starting to admit it. At the end of last week’s episode, it was revealed that Dr. Veronica Fuentes (Michelle Forbes) is taking over to replace Dr. Max Goodwin (Ryan Eggold) as the new medical director at New Amsterdam Hospital when he moves to London.
New Fox Drama: Opposing Politics in Sports Is to ‘Uphold Whiteness’
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."
NBC Drama Perfectly Captures Unplanned Beauty in Unplanned Parenthood
This week, NBC's newest heartfelt drama stood athwart the culture of death that says unplanned babies ruin lives with a powerful expression of the beauty of parenthood. NBC’s Ordinary Joe centers around Joe Kimbreau (James Wolk) and his three parallel lives based upon what decision he made at college graduation. In all three, he’s fathered a son with his college best friend, Jenny…
CBS's 'The Neighborhood' Mourns Loss of Life in Womb: 'My Baby's Gone'
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.