Critics mock Hillary Clinton ‘alternate history’ TV sequence reportedly in pattern for Hulu
A brand new tv sequence that is reportedly being developed about an “alternate history” of Hillary Clinton used to be broadly panned on social media.
Vary reported Wednesday that Hulu optioned the rights to Curtis Sittenfeld’s 2020 original “Rodham,” which depicts what life would had been love for Hillary Rodham had she no longer married then-future Arkansas governor and President Bill Clinton.
This follows Hulu’s docuseries “Hillary,” which premiered on the streaming provider earlier this year.
Sarah Treem, the aged producer of “The Affair” and “Home of Playing cards,” is hooked as much as write and design the sequence alongside Sittenfeld and “The Handmaid’s Record” producer Warren Littlefield.
The “alternate history” TV sequence did no longer receive the warmest reception on Twitter.
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“Who asked for this?” progressive journalist Walker Bragman tweeted.
“Comparatively certain Tales From the Crypt used to be already grew to turn out to be right into a tv present,” Mediaite reporter Charlie Nash wrote.
“Spoiler: James Comey smooth gets fired,” conservative commentator Stephen Miller jokingly predicted.
“Destined to be a cult classic, insofar as ‘cult’ is taken literally,” The Grayzone journalist Aaron Maté wrote.
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“Yeah… we deserve 2020,” Washington Examiner’s Siraj Hashmi talked about.