American TV is sensitive to the devastation in Paris
Colleen Lindstrom

American TV is sensitive to the devastation in Paris

After the attacks in Paris Friday, naturally all eyes turned to the news media to provide thorough and sensitive coverage of the state of affairs in the area.

However, network television goes on, and those shows must evaluate how they will be sensitive to the recent world events.

Saturday Night Live, who has a main mission of being humorous, always does a beautiful job of breaking the funny to show thoughtful love and support in times of struggle. Realizing that the world still needs light, they go immediately back to lighthearted fun. Cecily Strong opened Saturday’s show beautifully.

ABC’s “Quantico” posted a warning before Sunday night’s show notifying viewers of potential triggers with the subject matter of the show that deals with a terrorist event in New York.

Supergirl has pulled a couple of episodes out of sensitivity and support for our friends in Paris.

As before our thoughts continue to be with the people of Paris.



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