Bozell & Graham Column: TV Makers Can’t Stop Ripping Republicans

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The world of television and how Hollywood delivers it keeps changing. Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon have become prestige brands whose original programming draws a pile of Emmy nominations. In the latest nominations for 2017, Netflix had 91 Emmy nominations, second only to HBO’s 111. Hulu had 18 nominations and Amazon had 16, just a few less than Fox (21). 

But as much as technology changes, some things remain the same. The entertainment factories keep ripping on Republican politicians in the crudest terms. Hulu has created a sitcom called “Difficult People.” The characters in that title are two unlikeable, self-absorbed stand-up comedians. In the new season, they’re taking out the political pitchforks. 

One of the comedians, a gay man named Billy, mocked Vice President Mike Pence as a “failed prototype for one of those Japanese sex robots.” The show had a ridiculous plot where Billy pretends to participate

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