Netflix Would Like to Give You Another Reason to Cancel
If you're still subscribing to Netflix, the leftist giant would really like to remind you that it hates you and wants you to cancel.
Colin Kaepernick's formative years are becoming a Netflix series.
The athlete and activist is teaming with Ava DuVernay for Colin in Black & White, a scripted limited drama that has been picked up straight to series at the streaming giant.
The six-episode series will examine Kaepernick's adolescent life, focusing on his high school years and the acts and experiences that led him to become the activist he is today. Kaepernick will appear as himself as the narrator of the series, which will cast an actor to play the younger version of the star quarterback.
Ava DuVernay and Colin. It's like stale tuna and moldy bread. Together in one toxic package.
How did this not yet exist?
This won't even focus on Kaepernick's mediocre career, for understandable reasons, but on the incredible drama of his adolescent years. Watch a teenage Kaepernic write angry emails to his school newspaper. Behold the trauma as a postal worker misgenders him and violates his safe space.
And expect to see this thing endlessly on your Netflix feed whether you want it or not.
Just another reminder that Netflix hates you and wants you cancel.