Lesbian Love Triangle Leads to Abortion on New CW Drama
As if the CW’s The Republic of Sarah isn’t melodramatic enough, the latest episodes of the new show have involved an affair Alexis Whitmore is having with AJ Johnson, despite being married to the town's former mayor. In the July 19 episode “A Show of Hands,” that affair caused an abortion.
TBS Anti-Christian ‘Comedy:’ God Is ‘Sick Son of a B*tch’
They’re back. Unfortunately. TBS’s God-bashing comedy anthology Miracle Workers debuted their latest season, this one set on the Oregon Trail back in 1844, on Tuesday. If you were hoping they couldn’t possibly find a way to blaspheme Christians and God in such a setting, as they did in the first season which took place in Heaven, you’d be very wrong. And it’s the reverend (…
CW Drama: VP Harris, Stacey Abrams ‘Saving [America] from Itself'
As America’s birthday was celebrated on the 4th of July, The CW’s liberal, racial sports drama All American aired an episode the following day that was racially divisive and celebrated liberal politicians and activists for “saving [America] from itself.” It’s shows like these that separate us rather than bringing us together as citizens of this great, free country, no matter our race…
Apple TV+ Debuts ‘80s-Themed Series Filled With Hate for Reagan
Apple TV+ debuted it’s new weekly ‘80’s-themed drama Physical on June 18, complete with reminders of the decade of prosperity - permed hair, aerobics classes in leotards, and… hate for then-President Ronald Reagan?
‘Major LGBTQ Revelation:’ Marvel’s Loki Comes Out as Bi on Disney+
Fresh off the announcement that Loki is gender fluid, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has now officially made the character bisexual, to the delight of LGBTQ activists in and outside the media.
Hulu's LGBT Teen Drama Targets Children, Attacks Catholic Church
The release of the second season of Hulu's LGBT teen drama Love, Victor targeted two groups with its LGBTQIA agenda: children and churches.
CW Heroine Tells ‘Giant Bloodsucking Corporation:' 'Go Right to Hell'
CW’s latest drama has a curious premise to wrap your head around. In order to save their town from a “giant bloodsucking corporation,” heroine schoolteacher Sarah Cooper (Stella Baker) rallies the townspeople of Greylock, New Hampshire, to declare themselves an independent country in June 14’s pilot episode of The Republic of Sarah.
Sick HBO Drama: 'Black Kids Get Murdered' By Cops for 'Fun'
HBO’s half-hour drama In Treatment follows a therapist contending with the issues of her patients as well as her own mental struggles. Sure enough, those issues also include the fake epidemic of “watching black kids get murdered” by police. Welcome to therapy in 2021.
Freeform Show Celebrates 'Wedding' of Platonic Same-Sex Best Friends
Make way for the first television wedding between platonic same-sex best friends.
Pregnant Actress 'Excited' to Take Baby to Pride March
This is probably obvious advice by now, but no one, and we mean NO ONE should be modeling their parenting skills off of Hollywood celebrities.
Obamas, Netflix 'Educate' Kids in New Animated Series
Making good on their Netflix deal, former President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle are back to produce decidedly political content under our media’s turned-up noses. This time, our children are the latest target with an animated “musical” revue featuring all our favorite leftist hits.
'All American' or 'All Propaganda?' CW Drama Pushes BLM Agenda
At this point, the CW should really consider changing the name of their sports drama All American to All Propaganda. This is the fourth week the show has shoved a pro-BLM, anti-cop narrative down our throats, but now America as a whole, as well as those who support the police, are getting thrown into the blame game, as they claimed America has always been against black people…
Black Lesbians in Netflix Series: Introduce Baby to Racism ‘Early’
After a lengthy hiatus brought upon by the lead actor being brutally cancelled, Netflix’s comedy-drama Master of None is back with a third season. As one can imagine, the hateful series also returns with a bold declaration that America “ain’t” great.
LGBT Character Blames Church for Having AIDS
“Take Me to Church,” the May 16 episode of the third and final season of FX’s Pose, centers around Pray Tell (Billy Porter) one of the many characters in this ensemble show about the gay and trans community in the 1980’s and 1990’s in New York City. Upon confirmation that his HIV has turned into AIDS, Pray Tell goes home to tell his religious mother, Charlene, and his aunts …