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Anyone who know me knows that I love musicals. And specifically, I love Newsies the Musical. Now here’s the thing; Newsies is extremely problematic. It’s fraught with ableism, has almost no female characters, and doesn’t pass the Bechdel test, and is extremely white washed (at least in the 2017 filmed broadway version) and heteronormative. But it’s fun, and it’s full of energy, and it catches you on your darkest days and brings you back up. Or at least it does for me. But when I think of Newsies, I think less of the Newsies that is and more of the Newsies that could be. There is so much potential in this show to just... not be as problematic.
SPOILERS WARNING: There are spoilers for several shows and films below, so fair warning.
So now that I finished the series, let's get into the predictions and thoughts. There are controversies as well. The main controversy stems from the show as a whole. People are still worried that the people who watch it may get triggered. The thing about triggers is that you have to trust people not to watch what may trigger them and to be responsible if they start to get triggered. You also can't take a show off the air cause it may trigger some but not everyone.
OK so Netflix dropped the trailer for the second season, and it was odd. A lot of people on YouTube think that the tapes will be replaced with Polaroids because they were all over the trailer. There were also hidden messages in the pictures, so let's dive in.
So read my other posts on this season before you read this one. Also as always there is a trigger and spoiler alert in affect. This may have been the least triggering season of all though.
Please read part one before reading this one. This post maybe a little longer to finish out the season. As always a spoiler and trigger warning is in effect.
Please read my other recaps I did them backwards by accident. Also if you have not yet watched the season please do so now. These posts and series may not be for you. Let's get started.
So if you haven't read parts one through three, please do so now. I also have to say a trigger warning and spoiler alert is now in place. Also if you are in crisis, or know someone who is, please seek help.
If you haven't read part one and two yet, please read them now. Also, I have to put a trigger and spoiler warning on this post. I also have to put a trigger warning on the series. If you are in crisis, please reach out for help.
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