Last fall, Hill was suspended from her position for two weeks after she tweeted that Potus is a “white supremacist”. The tweet caught the attention of the White House, who said that her actions were a “fireable offense.”
Hill, though, made clear on Twitter that her exit — to join ESPN’s sports/social/cultural issues site, The Undefeated, was purely her choice.
I have a few things to say … pic.twitter.com/tqEBXLajtp
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) January 26, 2018
It is unclear whether
In its lone season, “Damnation” attracted few viewers. Co-produced by Universal Cable Production and Netflix, which had streaming rights to the series, the show starred Logan Marshall-Green, Killian Scott, Chasten Harmon, Sarah Jones, Melinda Page Hamilton, and Joe Adler in a drama set in 1930s middle America. The show was executive produced by Tony Tost, James Mangold, Guymon Casady, and Daniel Rappaport.
Season one averaged a 0.18 rating in the 18-49 demo according to Nielsen live-plus-ame day numbers and 682,000 total viewers.
In her review of the series for Variety, Sonia Saraiya wrote, “The trouble with ‘Damnation,’ if it can be summed up into one problem, is that the show is a clear homage to HBO’s golden-age drama “Deadwood,” which brought
The NBCUniversal-owned cable network has opted to cancel the low-rated drama starring Killian Scott and Logan Marshall-Green.
Produced in-house at Universal Cable Productions, streaming giant Netflix boarded the Depression-era drama as a co-producer to help off-set the costs of what USA described as an "epic saga of the secret history of the 1930s American heartland." Netflix had first-run rights for the drama outside of the U.S.
Damnation premiered Nov. 7, launching to poor reviews. THR's Daniel Fienberg said in his review the "union saga struggles to achieve solidarity" and...
That ambiguity is one of the sole instances where “Damnation” leaves things to interpretation. Aside from some shifting allegiances and some muddled origin stories, everything else about life in this Iowa town is presented in the extreme. Poverty is moving in like a plague. Financial ambitions among its wealthy characters knows no limits. Calls for rebellion are made in no uncertain terms.
(Wondering if you’re all caught up with the big shows from the past few months? Our August, September, and October previews are here to help guide you.)
“Smilf” (November 5, Showtime)
The ongoing adventures of Bridgette, navigating single motherhood and life in Southie,
“Damnation” tells the tale of Iowa preacher Seth Davenport (Killian Scott) who vows to instigate a farmer’s strike. “If your neighbor is siding with wealth,” Davenport pleads in the recently released trailer, “then you need to recognize that neighbor for what he is — the enemy.”
Seth fights corruption and corporate greed unknowingly beside a professional strikebreaker, Creeley Turner (Logan Marshall-Green), who has been hired by an industrialist tycoon. But as Turner and Davenport are set to squabble, those around them don’t know about their secret, violent past.
Read More:‘All the Money in the World’ First Trailer: Kevin Spacey Will Shock You as J.
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.