It is amazing to me that this nonsense continues in television. I feel that a lot of this happened because a lot of writers are afraid to try something new. It is never going to hurt anybody to try something new on TV. I miss the days when more people involved in TV would try something new that had a lot of passion in it.
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Anyone with any sort of creativity and story telling ability has been run off or gate kept out of the entertainment industry. All that is left are the SJWs who have no creative talent at all. Bunch of woke assholes who cannot write their way out of a paper bag, because the paper bag is also their safe space from the brutal criticism that they are hacks.
I might just start going off about this on Twitter. It is embarrassing that a lot of creativity continues to die. When these shows start having a political agenda that doesn’t need to be in there, then it starts to get worse.
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Little House (one of my all-time favorites) could use a good reboot, as it took a massive amount of liberties with Laura Ingalls Wilder’s stories and life….though for good reason in some aspects. It also had several movie versions over the years since the 70’s series ended anyways, so it’s not a big deal.
If it’s a Paramount Network show it may be decent, I crack on Yellowstone a lot as it’s not on the level of Cormac McCarthy’s cinematic efforts, but it and Waco were pretty good stuff. It’s not gonna top the original, but if it can just manage to be a consistent family drama, with as beautiful scenery as Yellowstone offers it should be a enjoyable watch. Time will tell.