Play music, light up the lights…and then slap the disclaimer?
Select the following episodes Muppet show It started streaming on Disney+ on Friday, February 19th-it was quoted in the disclaimer, citing “negative portrayal and/or abuse of people or culture.”
The disclaimer reads: “These stereotypes were wrong at the time, and now they are wrong.” “We don’t want to delete this content, but to acknowledge its harmful effects, learn from it and stimulate dialogue, and together create a more inclusive the future of.”
The warning message continued: “Disney is committed to creating stories with inspiring and inspiring themes to reflect the rich diversity of human experience around the world. To learn more about how stories affect society, please visit: Disney.com/ StoriesMatter.”
In the five seasons of the series, a 12-second disclaimer was added before a total of 18 episodes. The most obvious offenses include country star Johnny Cash (Johnny Cash) performing in front of the Confederate flag, and various negative depictions of Native Americans and Middle Easterners in songs and sketches. (The Reddit topic includes a list of specific edits made.) It is also worth noting that there were no two episodes in the fifth and final season of the show, which included guest star Brooke Shields and staff Chris Langham.
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