Via Christian Toto at Hollywood in Toto:
Late night television is as ideologically diverse as a Daily Kos convention.
Show after show after show hammers the Right, ignores the Left and, in the case of Seth Meyers, actively hides reality if it hurts the progressive cause. . . .
So why won’t at least one network or streaming service open the format up to a right-leaning host? It makes sense on paper. . . .
. . . Michael Loftus has the unsettling answer.
Loftus, a conservative stand up and scribe behind shows like “Anger Management” and “Kevin Can Wait,” shared it this week with podcaster Andrew Klavan. . . .
Read the entire article at Hollywood in Toto.