The hit Canadian comedy Schitt's Creek recently came to an end, but it is still being aired across the world, leading one of the show's stars to criticize how one country's comedy channel is promoting it.
Dan Levy expressed his frustration with Comedy Central India on Twitter after the channel tweeted a clip of the show but edited out a kiss between two men that was originally included in the scene.
He pointed out the hypocrisy of the edit, indicating that the clip had still left in a part where two women kiss.
This is a show about the power of inclusivity. The censorship of gay intimacy is making a harmful statement against that message.
The Emmy-winning actor and writer noted that Schitt's Creek is about the "power of inclusivity."
He added that editing the kiss out of the scene makes a "harmful statement" against the show's message of gay intimacy.
Although the original tweet from Comedy Central India was shared in March 2019, it has received a number of critical replies since being shared by Levy.
While Schitt's Creek ended after six seasons, Levy has hinted that the Rose Family could return in some capacity at some point.
However, he said there would have to be a really good reason for it.