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Sarah Silverman weighed in on the current state of comedy and so-called cancel culture from the Emmys red carpet on Sunday.“There’s definitely pressure,” Silverman told red carpet host Kelly Osbourne in response to a question about being a comedian with the recent emphasis on political correctness. “There’s a kind of righteousness porn going on.”The comedian, whose Hulu talk show “I Love You, America” aimed to bridge political and social divides, went on to say clarify that “there’s nuance” to a world where comedians are scrutinized for the things they say on and off stage. “There’s good and there’s bad.”Also Read: How to Stream the 2019 Emmys Ceremony Live Online“As a standup, it’s really odd,” she continued. “To talk about what’s really going on, or to talk about the world as we decide to see it, or to push and see where the line is or go past it, is so oddly unacceptable.”She also commented on the lack of a host for this year’s Emmys: “I think comics are too scared to [host], but they aren’t even asked to,” she said.Silverman’s words come a week after one of the new “Saturday Night Live” hires, stand-up comedian Shane Gillis, was fired after his history of racist and homophobic comments on his podcast was resurfaced online. Earlier this month, Dave Chappelle was criticized for his Netflix special, “Sticks and Stones,” in which he joked that he doesn’t believe Michael Jackson’s accusers and made jokes about LGBTQ people.Silverman said she doesn’t like being “safe” in her comedy, but she does like to be “earnest.” She cautioned viewers and the reactionary public to keep in mind the intention behind the words.“There’s such a difference between two people doing the same joke,” she said. “One disingenuous and one where you know their heart and soul.”Also Read: How to Stream the 2019 Emmys Red Carpet Arrivals Online“Nuance is gone. It’s an odd time, but I hope that comedy pushes through,” she concluded.Read original story Emmys: Sarah Silverman Laments ‘Righteousness Porn’ Hurting Comedy At TheWrap
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From the early years to the Disney Renaissance to the Golden Age of Pixar, Disney has set the industry standard for animation — but when it comes to diversity and inclusiveness onscreen, there has been, shall we say, a learning curve. Over the last 10 years, Disney has committed to better representation in its animated features, and movies like Moana and Coco — in addition to being excellent films — have been rightly praised for their cultural sensitivity, nontraditional protagonists, and innovative storytelling. Watch to find out how Ralph Breaks the Internet, the Oscar-nominated sequel to Wreck it Ralph, makes major strides towards equal representation, and shows just how far Disney has come.
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Hulu has canceled “I Love You America, With Sarah Silverman” after one season, Silverman announced on Wednesday. “Well, Hulu cancelled I LOVE YOU AMERICA and we’re all pretty damn heartbroken. … So in traditional twitter funeral style, I’ll be RTing the love,” the comedian wrote on Twitter Wednesday. Well, Hulu cancelled I LOVE YOU AMERICA and we’re all pretty damn heartbroken. … So in traditional twitter funeral style, I’ll be RTing the love. — Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) January 9, 2019 Also Read: Netflix Pulls 'Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj' Episode in Saudi Arabia After Government Objects The series debuted in 2017 and aired 21 episodes in its only season, though it was split into two parts. The variety-talk series was a mash-up of a monologue, interviews and field segments that aimed to unite the politically-divided country. “I Love You America” is the latest topical series to be canceled by a streaming network, as questions remain about the viability of a contemporary series in an on-demand environment. Last year, Netflix canceled its late-night series with Joel McHale and Michelle Wolf — though it still has Hasan Minhaj’s “The Patriot Act.” Hulu did not own “I Love You America,” Silverman and Funny or Die did. Silverman executive produced the series with Adam McKay, Amy Zvi and Gavin Purcell. “We are so proud of ‘I Love You, America’ and congratulate Sarah, the producers and the entire team for engaging thoughtful conversation and showcasing such diverse points of view every week,” Funny or Die said in a statement. “Whether it was connecting with firemen in Mineola, Texas over ‘pooping their pants’ stories, or going on a blind date with a conservative lobbyist in D.C., Sarah’s commitment was boundless and there is nothing more to say than “we lerve you” to the whole crew.” Read original story Hulu Cancels Sarah Silverman’s ‘I Love You America’ After 1 Season At TheWrap