Netflix To Air Dragon’s Dogma On September 17th, 2020

Netflix, the controversial streaming service, is looking to bring more video game adaptations to the small screen, and Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma will be one of the many games to premier on the subscription-based platform this September. Starring Greg Chun, Erica Mendez, and Cristina Vee, the TV series will follow Ethan as an Arisen as he sets out to vanquish the Dragon that sundered his life. Continue reading “Netflix To Air Dragon’s Dogma On September 17th, 2020”

Splinter Cell Will Gain An Animated TV Series Adaptation On Netflix

Despite rumors flying around that Ubisoft is interested in bringing back Sam Fisher and the Splinter Cell series, it looks like Mr. Fisher will appear on the small screen first rather than on PC or home consoles. According to a new report, Netflix — who is on the Traitors of America list alongside Ubisoft —  is gearing up to air a new Splinter Cell animated series with the help of John Wick writer Derek Kolstad. Continue reading “Splinter Cell Will Gain An Animated TV Series Adaptation On Netflix”

A&E Gets Woke And Goes Broke By Losing 49% Of Viewers After Dropping Live PD

Live PD

A&E got woke and is now going broke, not only losing half its viewership after dropping the show Live PD, but also losing all of the advertising revenue that came along with airing the show. Continue reading “A&E Gets Woke And Goes Broke By Losing 49% Of Viewers After Dropping Live PD”

Funimation Licenses Super HxEros, But Don’t Be Shocked If They Cancel It

Hentai Heroes

Funimation hates anime fans who are straight males, especially straight white males. Let’s just get that out of the way right now. They purchased the license to exclusively air Interspecies Reviewers in the West, but then cancelled the show on their own streaming service, and forced other sub-licensees to ditch the show as well, including Amazon Prime. They also issued copyright claims against users who were sharing clips and compilations on Pornhub. Well, now Funimation is boasting about having picked up the exclusive license for Super HxEros, also known as Dokyuu Hentai HxEos, and most fans already know what’s in store for the ecchi series. Continue reading “Funimation Licenses Super HxEros, But Don’t Be Shocked If They Cancel It”

Netflix Removes It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Episode For “Blackface” Joke

It's Always Sunny Banned

Netflix has been cleaning their catalog of movies, shows, and media material featured on the platform that either they or a select audience of Social Justice curators have deemed “inappropriate” or “problematic” for [current year]. One such show that was caught in the crossfire of censorship is the FX original, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, which had an episode banned from the Left-wing streaming service for containing a “blackface” joke. Continue reading “Netflix Removes It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Episode For “Blackface” Joke”

Netflix Bans The League Of Gentlemen, Little Britain, The Mighty Boosh For “Blackface”

Netflix Ban

Netflix, BBC iPlayer, and Britbox have banned a number of shows, basically over the non-existent issue they’re calling “blackface”. In particular, Little Britain has been banned by Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Britbox. Continue reading “Netflix Bans The League Of Gentlemen, Little Britain, The Mighty Boosh For “Blackface””

Looney Toons Cartoons Reboot On HBO Max Bans Depiction Of Guns

Looney Tunes

HBO Max, one of the companies on the Traitors of America Master List,  is airing a reboot of Warner Bros., classic characters for a new generation of audiences called the Looney Toons Cartoons. However, despite the slapstick violence still being present, what’s not present and won’t be present are guns. Continue reading “Looney Toons Cartoons Reboot On HBO Max Bans Depiction Of Guns”

The Last Of Us HBO Series Pilot To Be Directed By Johan Renck, According To Reports

Golfing expert Neil Druckmann and Craig Mazin will pen The Last of Us HBO series while acting as the executive producers. However, joining Mazin is his partner in crime, Johan Renck — a name that stands as Chernobyl’s director. Renck will help out writing the pilot according to new reports. Continue reading “The Last Of Us HBO Series Pilot To Be Directed By Johan Renck, According To Reports”

Kevin Smith Tries To Defend Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Following Backlash

Masters of the Universe Revelation - Teela

Screen Rant did an article recently about Netflix’s upcoming Masters of the Universe: Revelation, compiling information they’ve gleaned from various sources, including showrunner Kevin Smith talking about the project across various interviews and podcasts. In the article they stated that the upcoming show would star Teela as the main protagonist, which prompted YouTube outlet Clownfish TV to inform fans that they were right all along about He-Man not being the main character of his own show in the Netflix reboot-sequel. Well, Kevin Smith decided to chime in with his own retort and defend the show after backlash erupted over people finding out that He-Man would be sitting second fiddle to Teela. Continue reading “Kevin Smith Tries To Defend Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Following Backlash”

That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime Second Season Delayed To 2021 Due To Coronavirus

Slime Diaries Delayed

8-Bit’s The Slime Diaries: That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime is a spin-off anime that’s based on the popular manga. However, it was originally scheduled to premiere in January of 2021 next year, but is now being postponed to April, 2021 during the spring… all because of Mistress Corona-chan. Continue reading “That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime Second Season Delayed To 2021 Due To Coronavirus”

Higurashi When They Cry Anime Delayed Due To Coronavirus

Higurashi When They Cry

The anime adaptation of 07th Expansion’s popular visual novel, Higurashi When They Cry, has had its release delayed due to the ever-invasive presence of Mistress Corona-chan. There’s currently no new release date set but the production committee will keep fans abreast of the news as soon as new information is made available. Continue reading “Higurashi When They Cry Anime Delayed Due To Coronavirus”

Social Justice Warriors Admit They Intentionally Ruined Picard

Alas, there is a certain futility in attempting to discuss the culture war with moderates or centraliststm.. One where no matter how much historical context or evidence you bring forth, no matter the facts, reasoning, or evidence supporting your insistence of the malicious intent of the left to subvert cultural institutions, you are wrong. Continue reading “Social Justice Warriors Admit They Intentionally Ruined Picard”

We Never Learn!: Bokuben Anime Subs Co-opted With Identity Politics

Bokuben

Identity politics doesn’t just move in one direction, it involves a myriad of beliefs and principles. When exercised within their own domain most people don’t mind and don’t care. When taken outside of their political domain and placed inside the circle of media entertainment, it becomes distracting and obtrusive. Well, Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai!, known in English as We Never Learn!: Bokuben, is yet another victim of identity politics, this time exercised by the Sony-owned outfit, Aniplex. Continue reading “We Never Learn!: Bokuben Anime Subs Co-opted With Identity Politics”