Fox Nation comes out swinging with ‘The Death of Hollywood’ hosted by Jimmy Failla

The great American pastime of being entertained at the movies has become just another of the front in the left-wing cultural revolution as Hollywood has stopped producing entertaining fare for diverse audiences in favor of morally repugnant, sexually degenerate propaganda and Fox Radio’s Jimmy Failla details “The Death of Hollywood” in a new four-part docuseries that’s now available for streaming on Fox Nation.

Failla, who hosts the popular daily program “Fox Across America,” does a deep-dive into Hollywood going “woke” and how the industry is killing movies, alienating audiences, creating new blacklists, and quite possibly, planting the seeds of its own eventual demise as moviegoers increasingly reject its pervasive sexual content, anti-white, anti-Christian messaging and holier than thou scolding.

“The Death of Hollywood” comes as the beautiful people just wrapped up the latest edition of the Academy Awards, a once esteemed showcase for the finest that American film culture had to offer back in the days when buying a ticket didn’t amount to subsidizing brainwashing and propaganda produced by people who not only have contempt for the values of the vast majority of Americans but clearly hate them, even if their hard-earned money has made them obscenely wealthy and famous.

During a recent appearance on “Fox & Friends,” Failla described his important new effort: “it kind of chronicles the downhill slide of the Oscars and Hollywood box office receipts. One of the reasons it’s happening as you know, is Hollywood got so political that a place where we used to go to escape from issues, now became a place where we can’t avoid them.”

“That’s why “Top Gun” was so popular,” he added, referring to the rousingly patriotic sequel to the iconic 1986 Tom Cruise classic. “We were just desperate to see a guy on a plane who wasn’t forced to wear a mask.”

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“Nobody wants to get a lecture on inequality from a woman who’s wearing a dress that cost more than their house,” Failla added. “The same thing about a guy. You make 30 million a year to pretend you’re a cop while cops are underfunded. Nobody asked for that. And that’s the scam of Hollywood.”

The first installment of Failla’s series examines Disney’s ill-advised move when the entertainment colossus decided to take on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over the Sunshine State’s new parental rights law that protects children from being force-fed inappropriate, sexually explicit content in classrooms, leading to Hollywood and their fellow travelers in the establishment media falsely portraying the legislation as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill only to watch as their pressure campaign badly backfired with the company having its special tax privilege revoked at their sprawling theme parks in the Orlando area.

Other episodes of “The Death of Hollywood” include recalling history to see how the “dream factory” came to be transformed into today’s nightmarish propaganda machine, the industry’s current role as the tip of the spear of censorship-crazed cancel culture, and the decline of the Oscars, now a self-congratulatory orgy of virtue signaling, a far cry from the golden days of family-friendly entertainment that built Hollywood.

In one bombshell excerpt from the series, a recorded audio conversation between comic Tyler Fischer and a stand-up agent who divulges the open discrimination against white men in the industry’s current oppressive environment provides a glimpse into the agenda behind the scenes.

According to the recording:

0:00″ Is it a policy like explicit that they’re not taking on any like white men or is it like a case by case?

0:18: Okay.

0:19: So no, so no white men are allowed for on camera stuff like that where they like, wait a year or is it like it’s just kind of, yeah, I mean, I guess it’s right now where it stands but like, yeah, changing the year depending on if we also been out our rosters and what I need and that it could change or if we, you know, get to a point where casting directors that’s not their feedback anymore or not casting directors, you know, studios, whatever.

0:54: Maybe I went into a very dark depression Because I’ve been staking my life on this for about 18 years and I think you’re like a refreshing voice, you know what I mean?

1:07: Like in the sense of just so much homogeneous, like the opinion of just like everybody’s afraid, you know, to kind of say how they feel right now.

1:18: So many people are.

1:19: Yeah, it was unbelievable.

1:21: Not only how common this was but how open and comfortable people in the industry were getting telling you flat out.

1:29: We are going to discriminate against you because of your race.

Few people have their finger on the pulse of America like Jimmy Failla, making “Fox Across America” a daily must-listening experience that Apple Podcasts describes as “a celebration of our unique American privilege” that functions as “an audio safe space where people of all political persuasions can disagree and still get along!”

“The Death of Hollywood” is now streaming on Fox Nation with options for monthly and yearly membership as well as a free 7-day trial.

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