Fox is Developing a TV Show Starring the Liberal Redneck

Here’s some exciting news: Trae Crowder, a.k.a. the Liberal Redneck, just signed a deal to develop a TV show for Fox:


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Actress Leah Remini Answers Questions on Reddit About Her Time Inside the Church of Scientology

Leah Remini, the King of Queens actress who is currently starring in a series on A&E about her time inside the Church of Scientology, just did a Reddit Ask Me Anything in which she answered questions about her time inside the organization. While most of the responses won’t surprise people familiar with the group, it’s a reminder of just how much control Scientology exerts over the life of its members.


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Former MythBusters Cast Members Reunite in New Netflix Series White Rabbit Project

If you’ve missed MythBusters since it went off the air, then you’re going to love this. Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara will soon return in a new series in which they “rank history’s greatest inventions, heists and more.” (And, I assume, try and recreate them all, because why the hell not?)


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Powerful Film About Ex-Muslims is a Form of “Atheist Islamophobia,” Says Anonymous Critic

Last month, filmmaker Deeyah Khan released her latest documentary Exposure: Islam’s Non-Believers — all about Muslim apostates and the challenges they face.

You’d think screening the film in Portland (OR) would be safe enough, but some critics couldn’t handle it, defacing posters and leaving notes near the fliers.


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The Trailer for This Anti-Abortion Rom-Com Shows That Christian Films Can Indeed Get Worse

Anyone who’s seen Christian knock-offs of popular culture knows they’re never as good as the real thing. They’re usually pathetic attempts at being relevant, stripped of all the good stuff.

But Religious Right activist Janet Porter‘s new anti-abortion romantic comedy What’s a Girl To Do? shows us that whenever we think Christians have hit rock bottom, they can always go lower.


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