Hollywood producers speak out against Fox over immigration stance

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Steve Levitan, co-creator of Modern Family, which is produced by 20th Century Fox TV, wants to make it clear that he does not support another arm of Fox's business.

Wexler served as a producer on Fox TV shows "The Good Guys" and "The Grinder" as well as "The Comedians", which aired on Fox-owned network FX.

"If you're looking to understand what's actually happening in this country, always assume the opposite of whatever they're telling you on the big news stations", Carlson said Friday on his talk show.

Now other comedy producers in film and television who have worked with 20th Century Fox are following suit. "But I too can not condone the support their news division promotes toward the immoral and abusive policies and actions taken by this current administration toward immigrant children", Feig tweeted. On Twitter, Levitan said he was "disgusted to work at a company that has anything whatsoever to do with" Fox News, quote tweeting a description of Fox News host Laura Ingraham's defense of Trump's child detention centers as "summer camps" or "boarding schools". "Imagine if it was your kids". He also called Jeff sessions a "fucking kidnapper" and asked all the Fox stars and executives to speak up.

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Of Carlson's comments, MacFarlane tweeted, "In other words, don't think critically, don't consult multiple news sources, and in general, don't use your brain". His current overall deal recently expired, and because of the Fox News outcry, Levitan is not going to renew it. "Fox Studio has been a wonderful home for most of my career", he wrote.

Feig also denounced Fox News' coverage of Trump's immigration policy in a tweet.

"I have made two films for 20th Century Fox and love the people in the movie and TV divisions", Feig tweeted on Tuesday.

One of the entertainers who has been most outspoken about the injustices of the Trump era-and that is a stiff competition-is Judd Apatow, who created or co-created Fox shows such as Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared, and made recent movies for Fox, including Spy. He then went on to condemn the company and Fox News. "But I too can not condone the support their news division promotes toward the immoral and abusive policies and actions taken by this current administration toward immigrant children".

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