The de-woking of Netflix seems to be continuing according to reports:

“Antiracist Baby”?

Hulu has already taken a pass on a semi-fictional show about Hillary Rodham (in a world where she dated but never married Bill) but maybe somebody will test their interest in “Antiracist Baby” now that Netflix is leaving it behind.

From Variety:

Netflix has pulled the plug on several animated projects, including “Wings of Fire,” from executive producer Ava DuVernay; “Antiracist Baby,” a series aimed at preschoolers; and “With Kind Regards From Kindergarten,” a film tailored to youngsters.

The streaming service also scrapped “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You,” a documentary intended to serve as a companion piece to “Stamped From the Beginning, which is a hybrid documentary and scripted feature that delves into race in the United States. “Stamped From the Beginning” is still moving forward and is currently in post-production.

Sources at Netflix stress the decisions not to move forward with these projects were creative rather than cost related, meaning they would have taken place regardless of the company’s slower revenue growth.

Maybe some of these companies are growing weary of strolling down the “woke” path now that it’s killing off revenue.

Maybe some of them are finally asking themselves what they’ve done.



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