Nurses: NBC Pulls Anti-Semitic Episode From Their Streaming Platform


As those that learn my reviews will keep in mind, Nurses Season 1 Episode 8 included some destructive and inaccurate depictions of spiritual Jews. Clearly, I wasn’t the one one upset about this.

Allison Josephs did a piece for Jew In The Metropolis known as “NBC Wants To Apologize For Their Libelous Portrayal of Hasidic Jews In ‘Nurses.'”

She explains how the episode portrayed the Hasidic Jewish characters as backward, hateful, and refusing to simply accept medical assist, stating the inaccuracies as she goes.

Ezriel and His Father - Nurses Season 1 Episode 8

The article ends with a name to motion, “Hasidic Jews are being attacked within the streets with larger frequency each single day. Do higher, Hollywood, at not establishing pernicious lies that endanger our group.

Jew within the Metropolis is planning an upcoming occasion in Manhattan to advertise schooling and correct protection of Orthodox Jews within the media.

Ashley's Crisis Of Faith - Nurses Season 1 Episode 8

The Simon Wiesenthal Middle seconds Josephs touch upon the hazard of media encouraging anti-Semitism in The Hollywood Reporter:

“The writers of this scene test all of the bins of ignorance and pernicious destructive stereotypes proper all the way down to the title of the affected person, Israel — payouts [sidelocks] and all … In a single scene, NBC has insulted and demonized non secular Jews and Judaism.”

“Orthodox Jews are focused for violent hate crimes within the metropolis of New York. Jews are [the] primary goal of hate crimes within the U.S. That is no slip of the tongue. It was a vile, low-cost assault masquerading as TV drama. What’s NBC going to do about it?”

NBC is having a tough time of it with regard to anti-Semitism.

One of many comedians on Saturday Evening Reside, Michael Che, not too long ago made a joke on the present on the Jewish group’s expense.

After all, Nurses is not truly an unique NBC manufacturing. It is a Canadian present that NBC picked as much as fill airspace because of the pandemic.

Some Jews surprise why this wasn’t dropped at anybody’s consideration when the episode initially aired in Canada again in February of 2020. 

Michael Mostyn, Chief Govt Officer of B’nai Brith Canada, mentioned, “The disturbing stereotypes current on this episode of Nurses are deeply damaging to Jews, particularly Orthodox practitioners,”

Ashley Helps Ezriel - Nurses Season 1 Episode 8

He mentioned they wish to maintain the producers accountable, “All of this might have been averted if producers had thought to seek the advice of members of the Orthodox Jewish group earlier than depicting them on this false and slanderous gentle.”

In response to this outrage, NBC has pulled the episode from all digital platforms and canceled all future airings.

NBC is in touch with a number of Jewish teams, however they don’t have any plans to problem a press release.

It is unhappy it needed to come to this, particularly as a result of the remainder of the episode was first rate and included important scenes relating to the development of the season’s arc for the character, Grace Knight. 

Grace Thanks Evan - Nurses Season 1 Episode 10

I rated the episode fairly low due to the offensive portrayal, however I seen that lots of our readers rated it larger.

I would like it in case you may drop a notice within the feedback about why that’s and in case your opinion has modified.

Do you suppose NBC ought to have pulled the episode?

How do you suppose the community, and the present, can deal with this shifting ahead?

Let me know what you suppose by commenting beneath.

Leora W is a workers author for TV Fanatic..

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