Fox News Flash top headlines for June 12 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews. But the series has come under harsh criticism by some, who find its content far too graphic and explicit for the teen audience it seeks to attract. In one episode, per the Hollywood Reporter, "close to 30 penises flash onscreen" and in the premiere one character "commits statutory rape with a year-old trans girl" and the show's lead, Zendaya , 22, overdoses on drugs. In fact, the content is so disturbing that actor Brian "Astro" Bradley, 22, who shot scenes in the pilot episode, reportedly opted to quit the series. Zendaya as her character Rue in the HBO series.
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A group of high school students navigate love and friendships in a world of drugs, sex, trauma and social media. Starring Zendaya and executive produced by Drake. The post-divorce lives of Frances Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Thomas Haden Church spin in unexpected directions in the third season of the biting comedy. As society changes at an ever-increasing pace, the Lyons family experiences everything we hope for in the future — and everything we fear. John Oliver continues to help make sense of the madness that is our increasingly volatile world in the sixth season of his award-winning series.
July 31, HBO's president of programming took the stage at the Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday to field questions from reporters, including one that viewers and critics alike have been asking for years: Why is there so much sexual violence against women in the cable network's shows? The science fiction show, based on a film from , revolves around an adult amusement park filled with human-like androids, which visitors can kill or rape with impunity. In one scene in the pilot, a female android is raped off-screen by a human male guest. After noting a difference between human-on-android assault and human-on-human assault, Mr.
Last week, we published a ranked list of every HBO drama and comedy series ever made — all 74 of them, produced over a year stretch. Because the network curates its original shows so tightly, favoriting quality over quantity, the list became a kind of pocket history of HBO, containing all the defining moments and evolutionary leaps that has made it synonymous with prestige television. With indicators that HBO will ramp up production to compete with streaming giants like Netflix, it may also be the last time such an undertaking may be possible again.