Most Helpful Girl
I'll just put this into perspective and my take on it:
Lets say a TV show comes out that needs money to debute, and I donate to them to help them get their show started. After donating, I learn that it's a show that teaches children to hate LGBT+ people. Being gay myself, I would be pretty pissed off that I donated 15 dollars for them to spread a message I don't agree with. If I didn't donate amd was told what their intentions were ahead of time, I wouldn't even care if it was anti gay. But, since they hid that detail from me and I donated to a show that I don't agree with, I'm gonna be pretty pissed off.
In my opinion, he should have been upfront about it. He should have expected the criticism, and now he's making the show that a lot of the donaters don't agree with. In my opinion, "family friendly" shows shouldn't really be religious or shove religion down your face.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Most Helpful Guy
I don't think it's a dick move. He wants to make a family friendly streaming service that any and every family can comfortably support and be okay with their kids watching. He is under no obligation to make his platform support shows promoting what people think he ought to support. He's allowed to create it how he likes. I suspect he doesn't think it's worth replying to a lot of commenters who simply post angry comments or that try and tell him what all he "should have" on his streaming service. Just like anyone on here has the right to block whoever they want no questions asked for whatever reason... there's really no reason he shouldn't have that right as an individual as well. It's not that he isn't willing to listen to other opinions, it's that he's already established what he wants and he's not going to change it whether or not anyone tells him to... so yeah he has every right to do that.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE