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Cancel Culture is the hot topic that seems to be in an endless cycle of debate, but that’s not why we’re here. To us, Cancel Culture is often the consequence of your actions, but unfortunately ‘Consequences’ isn’t as catchy.

This new scripted weekly podcast series is your one-stop shop to catch up on the full story of who, what, or where has been cancelled. We’re not here to judge or take ourselves too seriously and while some stories will have complicated themes that will leave us thinking, others will have us laughing out loud. Hosted by Cameron Bernard Jones.

Cancelled Broccoli Productions

    • Comedy
    • 3.0 • 58 Ratings

Cancel Culture is the hot topic that seems to be in an endless cycle of debate, but that’s not why we’re here. To us, Cancel Culture is often the consequence of your actions, but unfortunately ‘Consequences’ isn’t as catchy.

This new scripted weekly podcast series is your one-stop shop to catch up on the full story of who, what, or where has been cancelled. We’re not here to judge or take ourselves too seriously and while some stories will have complicated themes that will leave us thinking, others will have us laughing out loud. Hosted by Cameron Bernard Jones.

    Sherry Pie

    Sherry Pie

    It’s hard to avoid the RuPaul’s Drag Race hype. The franchise seems to be constantly airing at least one of its {global spinoff series} at any one time, and the show has launched some hundreds of drag artists into mainstream success who enjoy fame and fortune and wield enormous influence. So what happens when Drag Race gives the power of that platform to someone who abuses it? In 2019, the show came under fire for casting Joey Gugliemelli, a [then-]28-year-old who performed as a drag queen named Sherry Pie. Seemingly unbeknownst to the Drag Race casting team, Gugliemelli stood accused of conduct that was at best extremely troubling, and at worst, criminal. Sherry Pie’s name will go down in infamy - but has Gugliemelli managed to sidestep the ramifications of his actions?



    This episode of Cancelled was written by Michael Chakraverty

    This is a Broccoli Production 

    • 20 min
    Kevin Spacey

    Kevin Spacey

    Kevin Spacey. The master of the Hollywood anti-hero. At the helm of some of the greatest cinematic achievements, from The Usual Suspects to American Beauty. That rare actor who imbued any character, no matter how grand, with a human frailty that made you root for him. And of course, that voice. On a par, surely, with Morgan Freeman’s, in terms of familiarity. His influence and sway permeated so thoroughly throughout his industry and beyond it, that the line between Kevin Spacey the actor, and Kevin Spacey the star, ceased to exist. Such was his prominence. But then it was exposed that Spacey himself had crossed a line. Again and again. And the actor who had been revered for his range, suddenly became reviled.

    • 18 min
    Shane Dawson

    Shane Dawson

    “But it was supposed to be funny.” It’s an excuse we’ve ALL heard and probably used when we’ve been confronted by our past mistakes and gone immediately on the defensive. It’s easier than taking accountability sometimes. And that’s just amongst friends. But what happens when your past mistakes are documented on video? YouTube videos that you’ve put out there. That have accrued to form a brand in your name, made you a ton of money, and put you in a position of power and influence in the lives of countless young people who digest your material. Some people are the moment. Shane Dawson was the moment. But then, the landscape changed beneath him, and he just couldn’t keep up. And he certainly couldn’t claim that he was trying to be funny anymore...



    This episode was written by Anton Ferrie

    This is a Broccoli Prodcution 

    • 18 min
    Justin Timberlake

    Justin Timberlake

    Janet Damita Jo Jackson, Britney Jean Spears. Two pop goddesses who entered the music game as kids and grew up to garner more critical and commercial success than their 10-year-old selves could ever dream of. But what else do they have in common? Problematic white pop star and Former N*Sync co-frontman Justin Randall Timberlake.

    • 21 min
    The Dixie Chicks

    The Dixie Chicks

    Why do so many women get a hard time when they speak up? It’s like: How dare you do anything but sing, dance, play … entertain me?

    How dare you have an opinion? It doesn’t matter if you’re the darlings of ‘country’ and one of the most successful bands in the world. Don’t badmouth my president, especially overseas. We’re taking you back to the eve of one of the most contentious wars in recent history. Emotions were running high and all it took was one little comment to start a national boycott slash hate campaign; Critics threatening to fire shots … FOR REAL.



    This episode was written by Amar Patel



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    • 21 min
    Hulk Hogan

    Hulk Hogan

    Today’s topic has had many tweets, think pieces, and much mainstream media coverage devoted to it. And while the subject matter was initially reported as yet another example of salacious {tabloid fodder}, it eventually took a more disturbing turn, exposing our ‘protagonist’ while also raising valid concerns about future press freedoms and the First Amendment. But how did the beloved Hulk Hogan go from being an ‘immortal’ icon to a figure of scorn and derision?



    This episode was written by Oumar Saleh



    This is a Broccoli Production 

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

3.0 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

Aleksandra Tintinfan i UK ,

Shallow, ideologically framed and lacking in insight

Go and listen to Bari Weiss’ podcast ‘Honestly’ or ‘Triggernometry’ or ‘Free Speech with Andrew Doyle’ instead if non-partisan, rigorous scrutiny of the issues this podcast purports to treat are of interest to you.

J O N E S ,

Completely subjective and biased. No critical analysis or objectivity

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Harri - Liverpool ,

Give it a listen!

loved the show, easy listening for a midweek, hump-day, wfh afternoon!

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