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With the start of March, a family-oriented series teaching moral lessons never seen in most TV shows and a spinoff of an envelope-pushing lefty TV series highlight this new installment of winners and losers in the television industry.
Readers might recall a previous column focusing on the Hallmark Channel original series When Calls the Heart starring Erin Krakow, Daniel Lissing and Fuller House actress Lori Loughlin.
Week - Episode - Example
Last week’s episode provided a perfect example.
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Elizabeth - Thatcher - Julie - Students - Fight
It had young teacher Elizabeth Thatcher tell two of her sister Julie’s students that, after he got into a fight with a classmate, it was okay to disagree with someone, but resorting to violence only makes matters worse, not better. That same subplot saw Elizabeth helping her sister Julie as a teacher and overcoming mistakes in the classroom.
It’s not often we see a lesson like that in today’s television programming, and it’s crucial that the Hallmark Channel continue to understand what’s missing in the entertainment industry as the country is further divided.
CBS - Viewers - Shows - NCIS - Blue
CBS is at it again, alienating the same viewers they count on for shows like NCIS and Blue Bloods, and it happens to be a smutty spinoff of the reliably liberal Good Wife drama airing on its All Access streaming service.
Scott Whitlock reported that the show decided to fulfill the liberal fantasy of impeaching President Trump for, among other gripes, racial injustice. Star...
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