The game show will still return for Season 2.
March 17, 2023
CBS is ending the freshman run of Lingo early, pulling its remaining four episodes from the schedule effective immediately. Fans shouldn't worry though, as the prime time game show is not cancelled and will still return for Season 2 - its renewal was announced last month.
The RuPaul-hosted series premiered in January, originally slated for a 12-episode run. Today's change of plan means this past Wednesday's episode, its eighth, will now serve as the season finale. In its place for the next four weeks, the network will air encore episodes of 'FBI: Most Wanted,' 'FBI,' 'FBI: International,' and 'CSI: Vegas' respectively. The four unaired episodes of Lingo will be scheduled for next season.
Lingo is a high-stakes solve-the-puzzle competition where teams of two battle it out in multiple rounds of guessing letters that in-turn reveal seemingly simple words. The winning teams of the early rounds then face off in an intense showdown to take home the money that has been accumulated in the pot.
It's merely a costume. I "get" that it's fun and enjoyable for some to put on a costume and be in public.. I mean that's what Halloween is all about. But WHY is it suddenly acceptable in everyday society for drag queens?
I have no issue with the PEOPLE who like to dress in drag.. I take issue with the entire "Just accept it" woke agenda. It's OKAY if I'm against it. That does not mean i'm a bigot or racist or homophobe or anything of that nature. I DO NOT want anything detrimental to happen to the PEOPLE. I just don't think it should be treated the same as wearing normal clothing. "Drag" is a COSTUME, a disguise, something to hide one's true identity... that's a different matter. As entertainment, sure no problem. In everyday society.. it should be seen the same as if I walked around wearing a halloween mask.
Again.. RuPaul.. nothing against him.. I've just never found him entertaining or interesting ... in drag or not. His ENTIRE career was made on the foundation of him as a drag queen.
I have a memory.. Oprah started out as a raunchy, low-rent, scandalous, TV talk show, host in competition with Jerry Springer... with the same low class, trailer park, guests and the same "who's the daddy" or "you don't know me" episodes.... people forget that as well.
Having an excellent PR person is how these people get and stay famous. It's not because they are deserving. It's because the general public are sheep.
hmmm sounds just about right
Just don't find the personality likable or interesting. Being famous due to your sexual proclivities is.. well.. almost as bad as being famous for being a Kardashian.
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