#JodieComerIsOverParty has been trending on Twitter for hours.
It's exhausting to try to formulate an opinion on the morality of every celebrity the Internet takes it into its hive-mind to cancel.
Most recently, #JodieComerIsOverParty started trending on Twitter. Why? Because she MIGHT be dating a man who supports Donald Trump. Given Comer's role as Villanelle, a queer woman, on the hit show Killing Eve as well as her vocal support of causes like Black Lives Matter and LGBTQI+ rights, fans were quick to accuse the actress of hypocrisy.
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After four seasons portraying the half-Black Missy, Slate has made the right decision to depart the Netflix show.
After four seasons voicing the lovable Missy Foreman-Greenwald on Netflix's Big Mouth, Jenny Slate has announced that she will be leaving the show.
Missy, a recurring role in the animated series that stars Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, is a goofy bookworm who wears overalls and talks with a high-pitched lisp. She is a best friend of lead characters Nick and Andrew. She's self-assured and very smart. She's also half-Black, a well-intended move towards a more inclusive group of characters that's faltered by the fact that Slate is white.
Fans are being deprived of a true 30 Rock reunion in favor of a weird meta-marketing event
Update 7/15/2020: As it turns out, the promotional nature of the upcoming 30 Rock reunion special is not a hit with everyone.
According to a new report from The Wrap, several large NBC affiliate groups have opted not to air the hour-long special which amounts to little more than an hour-long infomercial for the next year of NBC programming—and for NBCUniversal's exclusive streaming service Peacock—interspersed with some comedy from Liz Lemon and the TGS crew.
This means that many viewers who tune in to their local NBC channel to when the reunion special is airing at 8:00 Thursday night will instead be greeted by... something else.