Disney-owned ABC continued its anti-parental rights storyline on Wednesday’s "A Million Little Things" as trans student Madison/Maddox (Romany Malco) snuck out of her house after her parents told her they were pulling her from her school, Sussex Prep. Panicked, her father Clark (Sebastien Roberts) reaches out to her teacher Rome in a desperate attempt to find her. And like an old ABC After School Special, Clark begins to see the woke light after Rome schools him about his trans daughter.
CBS viewers have been enjoying a long reprieve from seeing liberal rants after their favorite sitcoms via producer Chuck Lorre’s vanity cards. That reprieve came to an end on Thursday when, following Young Sheldon, Lorre’s 706th card aired, ranting about his “hatred” and “rage” towards Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
As the battle for parents’ rights in the classroom continues across the country, ABC’s liberal drama A Million Little Things continued to show where they stand on the issue by painting the parents of a transgender teen as cruel, racist fools while depicting the teacher as a hero who “gets it.” Remember that ABC is owned by Disney, the company that came out strongly against Florida’s “Parental Rights in Education” law.
AMC’s super woke, anti-cop drama "61st Street" has continued to pour it on thick with their extremist, far-left, Black Lives Matter (BLM) agenda. In the past two episodes, the show has falsely claimed that police presence in schools is a “declaration of war” and that the system can't be reformed, because it supposedly began as a slave-catching patrol and is therefore "functioning as it should." It also denounced the justice system for “locking (black) people up.”
We all know where Disney stands on Florida’s new anti-grooming law, “Parental Rights in Education,” so it comes as no surprise that Disney-owned ABC has introduced a trans student storyline in one of its most woke shows, "A Million Little Things."
How many liberal talking points can Hollywood writers fit into one scene? Apparently a lot if we go by AMC’s new anti-cop drama "61st Street," which managed to rant about feminism, white people, and the police all in one brief scene on Sunday’s episode, “Barefoot and Dangerous.” They even went so far as to claim policing is “just personal security for rich, white folks.”
After eight seasons of divisive and hateful propaganda, ABC’s sitcom "black-ish" has finally come to an end. But the show definitely stuck to its racist agenda during Tuesday’s final episode, “Homegoing,” as the Johnson family said goodbye to their home in Sherman Oaks because the neighborhood was too white.
AMC’s new anti-cop drama "61st Street" aired its second episode, “The Hunter and the Hunted,” Sunday, and it was just as bad as expected considering the pilot episode. They’ve made it clear their goal is to make all police look as bad as possible and sway public opinion against them.
The last thing we need from Hollywood right now is another anti-cop show that puts the lives of our heroes in blue at risk and contributes to a record high number of officers being ambushed and killed across the country by painting officers as evil monsters out to prey on innocent victims. But that’s exactly what AMC’s new drama "61st Street" is all about, unfortunately.
This may be the last season for ABC’s racist comedy black-ish, but the show is making sure to fit in as much racially divisive, woke material as it possibly can as one last hurrah.