‘Looking’ Cancelled Because Gays Too Busy Rooting To Watch Boring, Heteronormalized Version Of Their Lives.
Bwahahahahahahah, good riddance, boring shite.
Fans of HBO’s series ‘Looking’ will have been disappointed to learn today that the series has been cancelled after two seasons.
The silver lining, however; is that the network has promised to wrap up the storylines in a special, which is still to be made.
Dubbed as the gay ‘Girls’, ‘Looking’ was unveiled in 2013, and lasted 18 episodes.
HBO this week released a statement which reads: “After two years of following Patrick and his tight-knit group of friends as they explored San Francisco in search of love and lasting relationships, HBO will present the final chapter of their journey as a special. We look forward to sharing this adventure with the shows loyal fans.”
Wow, 30 second attack. That was kept quiet til now and totally changes the circumstances.
Jeremy Clarkson faces arrest today after the BBC sacked him for punching a Top Gear producer in the face with such force he had to go to A&E.
The corporation’s internal investigation concluded the star, 54, launched an “unprovoked” 30-second physical attack on Oisin Tymon because he was offered a plate of cold cuts instead of steak and chips.
North Yorkshire Police today said it had asked the BBC for its report into the “fracas” in a luxury hotel in the county and said action will be taken against Clarkson “where necessary”.
Revealing the sacking, Lord Hall, the Director General of the BBC, said that Top Gear would continue without Clarkson but loyal fans said the show will fail without him.
He said: “It is with great regret that I have told Jeremy Clarkson today that the BBC will not be renewing his contract. It is not a decision I have taken lightly. For me a line has been crossed”.
The star this afternoon changed his Twitter biography to say he “used to be a presenter on Top Gear.”
The sacking is likely to spark a bidding war for Clarkson’s services, with ITV, Sky and Netflix all said to be willing to pay Clarkson millions to present a motoring show for them.
The Director General, who has spoken to Clarkson and Mr Tymon since the fracas, said the producer was subjected to “sustained verbal abuse that no-one should have to endure”.
Top Gear is the BBC’s most successful show, sold in more than than 200 countries, bringing in at least £50million a year, but this funding stream may be under threat after the sacking.
Clarkson was suspended two weeks ago for punching Oisin Tymon in the face when he was offered a plate of cold cuts instead of steak and chips after a long day of filming.
The BBC found Clarkson spent 20 minutes verbally abusing the producer in a luxury North Yorkshire hotel before launching a 30-second physical assault that led to another member of staff dragging him away.