“Entourage” creator Doug Ellin claims that PC culture has ruined his hit show’s legacy, claiming that HBO essentially shelved it for political purposes.
Though “Entourage” ran for eight seasons (2004 to 2011) and was given a theatrical film release in 2015, Ellin told Yahoo Entertainment that a “wave of righteous PC culture” has prevented HBO from giving the show the same opportunities as “The Sopranos” and “Sex and the City.”
“Nobody says that about ‘The Sopranos,’ where they murder people, that maybe we should readdress whether murdering people on TV is OK,” he told the outlet. “I don’t want to sound obnoxious or that I’m looking at ‘Entourage’ as high art, but it was a pretty accurate portrayal of how people [acted] at that time in Hollywood.”
“When we came out, the New York Times said we were the smartest show on television! If we did reboot the show, it’s not that I would make it any more PC, but I would write