Three of the four shows you mentioned as us “ignoring” we straight up can’t get the TV rights to. The other had literal YEARS and never built an audience that made it worth the cost of maintaining the show. Meanwhile, the shows you call “divisive” did just fine for us. Maybe there’s more to us airing shows than the conclusions you’re extrapolating with little to no real information? I’m sure that’s not the answer you wanted, but it’s something to think about...
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We still had the rights to Mob Psycho 100. Our budget has been cut (understandably) due to financial losses resulting from Coronavirus. Nothing cheaper than free!
Oh no! Some random coward who has to send me anonymous shitty messages doesn’t like me! Whatever will I do!!! Lol
Nothing against Isekai. Just haven’t had a good opportunity to air another one.
I say “don’t worry.”
That was just a confluence of a lot of opportunities to get shows coming our way at the same time. To a large degree, scheduling is sort of like directing a river. Sometimes you just have more shows available than you planned for, and sometimes, you can make room and spend the money to have them. And often to make up for that, you have to contract the schedule later to save some time and money for the next time the river starts overflowing!
I dunno, why are you pissing in MY ear about it? I don’t control, or have a say in, the schedule.
Our programming department. The people who are responsible for programming what runs on our air.
A better question: Why is it so important YOU feel the need to be rude to me, a complete stranger to you, about it?
We cut a slot because programming wanted the slot. As far as why there hasn’t been a new show since the year started... see the previous sentence!