I see. The old, conservative NCIS refutes my claim that there are no conservative actors or writers. That’s true.
But I’m always sceptic regarding conspiracy theories. In this case: How should they work? There are many TV-production companies and if there were a conspiracy they all would have to work together. And this also would mean that they had the power to prevent new, emerging companies from producing conservative movies/series. How should they do that?
Producing a movie isn’t so complicated. How should they lock them out? In what way do you have to be IN the industry to be able to produce? Theoretically everyone could produce a movie if he had an investor.
For example: I love sitcoms, and off and on I am trying to write a television-sitcom-script. I’m not very successful but I came up with many funny ideas. The problem is that I’m no professional screenwriter.
But assumed I would be: I would try to find an investor and produce the story. How could liberal concerns prevent this? (Don’t say: They would burn down my apartment or cut my brake lines.)
Did you recognize that in every single episode there is a scene were the whole family is sitting around the kitchen table and having lunch (or dinner) together? I think this is a very cool element – and it is part of the concept of the series.
You never heard about 7th heaven? Americans #1 traditional family conservative lifestyle series??
I don’t watch it anymore because the target audience are young people, I am 34 now. But I watched it in my youth. (I have to mention that there had been some episodes that focused a bit too much on racism in the later seasons.)
J Edgar is a kind of biography of J Edgar Hoover. They wonderfully caught Hoover’s hate against socialism when he founded the FBI.
As I said above, I sometimes think about creating concepts of series. The absurdity of SJW would provide a wonderful topic were dozens of (contra-SJW) stories could be derived from.
One of my ideas would be a series like “Malcolm in the Middle” but the protagonist should be very conservative. Imagine the character Malcolm as a very conservative thinking kid who rebels against the liberal school system. Couldn’t this be very entertaining?