Alexis Rose could just have one response to the news:”Ew, David!”
Less than a month following Schitt’s Creek spanned the 2020 Emmys having an astonishing nine wins, both co-creator and celebrity Dan Levy reunite into an unfortunate upgrade: His cherished series is being censored in a different nation.
On Tuesday, Oct. 6, Levy chose on Twitter to express concern on the fact that Comedy Central India decided to edit a same-sex kiss that is fundamental to a narrative, merely one of many reasons why the series was championed as a accelerator of LGBTQ+ badge.
“You revealed the kiss between two girls, you revealed the kiss involving a girl and a guy, then eliminated the kiss between two men? That is a series about the ability of inclusivity,” Levy wrote on Twitter. “The censorship of homosexual intimacy is creating a damaging statement contrary to that message. #loveislove”
Levy immediately followed to describe the problem is unique to Comedy Central India, maybe not the cable station’s American counterparts.