Seth Rogen roasts CW during Critics Choice Awards speech, Internet says ‘it’s like a car crash’
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: At the Critics Choice Awards, Seth Rogen was the one to deliver the award for Best Comedy Series to its deserving winner. The humorous actor, on the other hand, had some comments for the people in charge of organizing the ceremony as he went on to criticize the CW, the network that was airing the event.
Rogen, who was attending the Critics Choice Awards for the first time, joked that he was curious as to whether or not "two awards are always given out at the same time." The supporting actor or actress category was what the actor was referring to when he expressed his displeasure with the CW network.
“That was weird,” he said. “Why do they do that? Are we crunched for time? Get another hour! It can’t be that expensive. You know how I know that? This show airs at 4 p.m. on the CW. That cannot be pricey… timeslot, from my understanding of how this all works.” this gathered a series of laughter by the audience in front of him.
Seth Rogen slating the CW.. HELPJFKSKS pic.twitter.com/eMyxgJxAhY— Natalie ❁ (@livelyackles) January 16, 2023
Just like the viewers of the award show, Rogen was also surprised by the fact that the 'Critics Choice Award' had no nominees from the network(CW) itself. Seth Rogen was the one who pointed it out saying that he is not saying that Cw is bad but the organizers are saying it's bad by not receiving any nominations from 'CCA' he said, "You are saying it’s bad. We’re on your least favorite network. How did that happen? Nominate yourselves next time, you’ll have one. No one will think it’s weird, they’ll think it’s fine,”
Seth's this jibe at the show was applauded by the fans of the network and everyone had something to say. "I was laughing so hard the whole time' one user wrote 'Omg, he has some b***s.. considering CW was always hosting this event." "he's telling the truth," people went on and on about how brave of him on spitting facts.
i was laughing so hard the whole time— jess 🔆 (@sunnycastiel) January 16, 2023
Omg, he has some balls.. 😭 considering CW was always hosting this event.— WTVJensen (@SPN4win) January 16, 2023
funniest thing that’s gonna happen all show 😂— Natalie ❁ (@livelyackles) January 16, 2023
Now some people did not take it well and started pointing fingers at him "Dudes not funny anymore," another said "@Sethrogen is a dark and deeply troubled man. He is not a good human."
Dudes not funny anymore.— AG (@agcantstandbs) January 16, 2023
@Sethrogen is a dark and deeply troubled man. He is not a good human.— Ryan Brown (@TelevisionLove) January 16, 2023
After upsetting the producers of the Emmys in 2021 when he took aim at that show's COVID-19 protocols while presenting the first award of the evening, the star of 'The Fabelmans' and 'Pam & Tommy' showed up on Sunday to present the award for best comedy series at the Critics Choice Awards.
Before he went on to introduce the nominees for best comedy series, he had one more joke prepared for the audience “If you were a normal viewer of The CW, this is a startling image to be seeing on your television right now. I might be the first Jew on The CW in history. Soak it in." Quinta Brunson and her team from 'Abbott Elementary' were the ones to take home the award.