CBS has pulled Monday’s originally-scheduled episodes of Supergirl and NCIS: Los Angeles in the wake of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris that left more than 130 people dead.
I hope the episode still makes sense with them skipping some.
Why? Sounds like unneeded censorship for overly sensitive people to me.
overly sensitive? yeah, because people dying means nothing next to you missing an episode of your favourite show, right?
Thousands die every day, do you want me to just sit around and feel sorry for the world all day by not releasing a tv show episode?
no, i just want to point out that you're complaining about a tv show delaying an episode, because it's subject matter is a bit too close to a recent large scale terrorist attack, while people have been murdered, families destroyed and loved ones lost in said terrorist attack. you don't have to sit about feeling sorry all day. just don't act like a douchebag over a bloody tv show when something like this happens. i really hope you never have to experience what the friends and families of those murdered are going through, but i know if you did, you'd realise just how pathetic whinging about the episodes getting delayed was. maybe you'd be glad they were "overly sensitive" instead of overly heartless.
It's the free market working. Why release a product that'll leave a bad taste of mouth in some in the audience? Its just bad press for the company. Instead tell the world how you're throwing away budget just to make them happy. You never wanna poss off your audience.
Ugh I swear to god some of you idiots need to learn what ACTUAL censorship is....Delaying an episode of a television show a week IS NOT censorship....God I swear certain citizens in this world are just getting dumber by the day
Wait a minute, are you accusing people of hyperbole? And on the internet of all places? I'm on to you...
The right call.
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