Boy, am I a sucker for a cheesy holiday romance movie.
They’re silly and heartwarming and cute and have as much substance as whipped cream. Yet, they are a holiday tradition for many a romantic here in North America.
And you can always count on Hallmark to churn out a cavalcade of new, 90-minute holiday love stories every November and December.
However, for years, Hallmark has persistently cast the same demographic as the romantic leads for pretty much every single one of these movies.
To the point where it’s so glaringly obvious and starting to become intolerable for many of its viewers who feel as though Team Hallmark thinks only a certain hue of people fall in love. Continue reading “Hallmark Channel Has One Holiday of a Diversity Problem”