Today marked the day that masses of woke TV shows have been cancelled. This has predictably sent the blue hairs into their usual hissy fits and overdramatic reactions. Some online are even calling it “The Red Wedding Day” of cancellations!
I’ve never seen any of the shows that have been cancelled so I thought I would see what all the fuss was about. This involved watching trailers for each show that, quite frankly, made me want to stab myself in the eyes and puncture my eardrums.
As you can imagine, all the shows are woke, narcissistic, plastic nonsense that is written, funded, and starring people that appear to have absolutely no grasp on reality.
And to save you the indignity of actually seeing these shows in action, I’ve simply found a brief description and poster for each show. I genuinely don’t know why this has happened, it’s…
Cancelled after one season. When international arms dealer and criminal mastermind Elena Federova orchestrates seven simultaneous New York City bank heists, principled and relentless agent Val Turner vows to take her down.
Cancelled after one season. Dr. Sam Griffith excels in her new leadership role as chief of surgery after her renowned boss falls into a coma. When her former boss wakes up months later demanding to resume his duties, Sam is tasked with supervising the egotistical surgeon who never acknowledged her stellar talent.
Cancelled after one season. In an instant, at least 4,400 overlooked, undervalued, or otherwise marginalized people who had vanished without a trace over the past century are returned to Detroit, having not aged a day and with no memory of what happened to them.
Cancelled after five seasons… five! Two of America’s richest families plot and compete against each other to wrestle control of the family fortune while trying to control the lives of their children.
Cancelled after four seasons. Three sisters discover that they are descendants of a line of female witches and they are destined to fight against the forces of evil, using their combined power of witchcraft.
Each sister possesses unique magical powers that grow and evolve, while they attempt to maintain normal lives in modern-day San Francisco.
Cancelled after two seasons. Kenan’s a local Atlanta TV personality and single father working hard to balance his career as the host of Wake Up With Kenan, a popular morning show, with raising his two spirited school-age daughters.
Cancelled after one season. Naomi is an American superhero drama television series created by Ava DuVernay. Naomi, a cool, confident, comic book-loving teenager pursues her hidden destiny. When a supernatural event shakes her small hometown of Port Oswego, Naomi sets out to uncover its origins, with a little help from her fiercely loyal best friend Annabelle.
She also has the support of her adoptive, doting parents, veteran military officer Greg and linguist Jennifer.
Cancelled after four seasons. Hope Mikaelson, the daughter of a werewolf and a vampire, attends the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted and learns to use and control her supernatural abilities.
When retired Los Angeles businessman Neil Bremer decides to run for mayor of his beloved city, he surprises everyone and wins the seat. With great ideas and commitment to the community, he optimistically sets out to get to work shaking up City Hall.
Luckily, he can rely on the know-how of his political-veteran deputy Arpi, whose savvy and ambition make her equal parts friend and foil, and the dedication of his offbeat staff to keep him on the right path, as well as some inspiration from his teenage daughter.
Is it happening? Is wokeness cancelling itself?