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Comcast Boasts 'Diversity,' on and off Camera

econoline Wrote: May 04, 2012 3:33 PM
Exactly. He used the show to promote equality and acceptance... no different than what Glee, or GCB, or any of the other shows that Bozell rants about try to get people to think about. Point is there were people like Bozell complaining about those 'liberal' values back in the 60's and they're still at it 40 years later.

The new frontier just keeps arriving. New York magazine reports NBC programming chief Robert Greenblatt has given the go-ahead for a new sitcom called "The New Normal." NBC's new normal is about two gay men who start a family using a surrogate. Greenblatt is apparently so enamored with the concept that he's strongly considering having the 20th Century Fox TV-produced sitcom launch by August, following NBC's broadcast of the summer Olympics.

The show comes from Ryan Murphy, the gay creator of "Glee," "American Horror Story," and "Nip/Tuck." This is only part of a growing Comcast/NBC Universal campaign promoting homosexuality.