Em Rusciano warns her fans that Claire Danes’ new Disney+ series is ‘very hetero and white’


Em Rusciano warns fans Claire Danes’ new Disney+ series Fleishman is in Trouble is ‘VERY hetero and white’ and features ‘privileged’ characters

Em Rusciano has provided her fans with a blunt review of Claire Danes’ Disney+ TV show Fleishman is in Trouble.

The comedian, 43, posted her thoughts to Instagram and admitted although she enjoyed it overall she had some issues with it.

‘It’s VERY hetero. It’s VERY white. Everyone has enormous privilege,’ she told her 228,000 followers. 

Em Rusciano (pictured) has provided her fans with a blunt review of Claire Danes’ Disney+ TV show Fleishman is in Trouble

However, she praised the shows depiction of people dating in their 40s and admitted she could not stop watching.

‘It’s the most compelling thing I’ve watched in ages. It also reminded me that Claire Danes is an incredible actor,’ she wrote. 

Em told fans she rates it 7.5/10 and said: ‘Stick with it and you may find that it opens up into something far more complex.’

The comedian posted a review to Instagram and admitted that although she enjoyed it overall she had some issues with it. Pictured: Lead actress Claire Danes

The comedian posted a review to Instagram and admitted that although she enjoyed it overall she had some issues with it. Pictured: Lead actress Claire Danes

It comes after Em revealed her daughters are ‘queer’ and don’t have a gender preference when it comes to seeking a partner.

In a recent episode of her podcast, Emsolation, the Victorian-born star said she encourages Odette, 14, and Marchella, 19, to date widely.  

‘That’s what I say to my daughters, just f***ing s**t it up,’ she said, adding the pair haven’t taken her advice yet, ‘but they will.’

'It's VERY hetero. It's VERY white. Everyone has enormous privilege,' she told her 228,000 followers

‘It’s VERY hetero. It’s VERY white. Everyone has enormous privilege,’ she told her 228,000 followers

‘Every time we walk past some hot person, because my daughters they’re… I guess we’d call them queer, they just like the person,’ she went on.

‘And I’m like, ‘oh she’s good, he’s good’. I’m like ‘look at them, look at them’. They don’t need Grindr, or Bumble, or whatever the f**k they use,’ Em added. 

Em shares daughters Marchella and Odette with husband Scott Barrow, and the pair also have a son, Elio, three.

However, Em praised the shows depiction of people dating in their 40s and admitted she could not stop watching

However, Em praised the shows depiction of people dating in their 40s and admitted she could not stop watching

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