As if we don’t get enough social justice warrioring from the entertainment industry, now they’re going to give it a shot with illegal aliens
(Deadline) With the topic of immigration firmly in the headlines, most recently over President Donald Trump’s decision yesterday to end the DACA program, it has become a very popular subject for TV series projects this season.
Written by David Feeney (New Girl, 2 Broke Girls) and to be directed by Christine Gernon (Speechless, New Girl), the comedy revolves around a hard-bitten husband and empathetic wife who butt heads over the chaos created when they provide sanctuary for their undocumented nanny and her family — and come to learn, if their marriage survives, that the differences both families have aren’t as significant as their similarities. Feeney and Gernon executive produce for 20th Century Fox TV.
Well, yes, we are rather similar. All families and individuals have problems. The big difference here is that the illegal aliens knowingly chose to enter the US in contradiction to our laws and further violate those laws by staying. MORE
SNIP: I, too, have been developing a sit-com about illegal aliens. So far, I only have titles.
HOW I DEPORTED YOUR MOTHER
BETTER CALL ICE
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN STAY?
THE BIG BORDER THEORY