New York Times Writer Worried About Lack Of Pandemic Drama In TV Shows

New York Times Writer Worried About Lack Of Pandemic Drama In TV Shows


Next time some leftist on cable news or in the national papers makes one of those trite declarations about how, “We’re all trying to get past this pandemic, but…,” or, “No one likes wearing a mask, but…” just think back to what New York Times TV critic James Poniewozik said this month.

Poniewozik (yes, that’s a real name) was a guest Monday on MSNBC to discuss the great level of discomfort he feels watching fictional television shows that — get this — don’t accurately portray his own obsession with COVID-19.

There was, he said, an “unsettling phenomenon where shows are sort of taking the standpoint of, ‘okay, in the world of our show, the pandemic did happen, and it existed and it was a real thing

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