Lucifer Season 6 has not officially begun filming yet, but they are already starting production. This includes writing episodes for the final season of the Netflix series. One of those episodes will feature a Black Lives Matter storyline. Could this be in response to some criticism from Trevor Noah on The Daily Show? Lucifer Season
Former Vanderpump Rules star Kristen Doute wants to use her platform for good. Literally. She returned to her Cameo account following the Bravo firings. She’s using the social media app to donate portions to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). This comes after she spoke out about the firing. Last month, the reality star admitted
Kristen Doute is paying it forward. The Vanderpump Rules alum attended a Black Lives Matter protest. This comes more than a month after Bravo fired her and Stassi Schroeder for their past racist actions. Prior to her firing, Kristen apologized on Instagram and promised to “do better.” Over the weekend, Kristen was spotted kneeling at
RHOA fans applauded Porsha Williams in May. She attended a peaceful protest in Atlanta in support of Black Lives Matter. Recall, “In some cities, the police joined the protesters,” we noted. While some protests turned violent, that one Porsha went to seemed peaceful enough. But, her arrest in Lousiville at a protest against the killing
Sister Wives‘ son, Paedon Brown took to Instagram earlier this month. He shared a post in support of “Backing the Blue.” In the comments section, his half-sister Mariah’s fiance, Audrey Kriss, attacked him for it. Fans know that Audrey and Mariah stand behind the Black Lives Matter movement. It emerged in the comments of the
The Real Housewives of Orange County star Kelly Dodd got some more backlash. It all went down when Kelly explained all the bad things that happened in 2020. She listed Kobe Bryant’s death, the coronavirus pandemic, the riots, and Kanye West running for President. But she failed to mention missing Glee star Naya Rivera and
Savannah Chrisley shared some insightful thoughts on racism. The Growing Up Chrisley star feels that it’s her responsibility to defend her biracial niece Chloe. She wants to protect the 7-year-old from discrimination and racism, but it’s not always easy. Every time she goes out with her niece, she notices the looks she gets from people.
A&E executives feel they made the right call to pull the plug on Live PD. The network canceled its #1 docuseries amid the George Floyd protests against police brutality and racial injustice. At first, the show was to return this month. But A&E decided to give the show an extended break amid the protests. But
VPR fans heard that Bravo took steps to make up for tolerating racist behavior and fired four cast members. It seems the network bowed to demands following Black Lives Matter protests starting up. Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens, and Brett Caprioni all lost their jobs. Not content with that, many critics now scream for
Bachelor star Ben Higgins knows both Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen well. He obviously cares for both of them. As they face issues since Garrett shared his stance on Blue Lives Matter, their relationship goes through hard times. But as a friend, Ben feels it’s best they deal with this now rather than after marriage.