Petition calls on Netflix to cancel Amazon Prime's 'blasphemous' Good Omens
The petition started by a Christian group has surpassed its goal of 15,000 signatures.
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The petition, which has surpassed its original goal of 15,000 signatures, calls the show a mockery of religion for depicting "God as a tyrant and the Devil as being good." The Christian group behind the campaign found an issue with other aspects of the show -- God being voiced by a woman, the portrayal of the Antichrist as a normal kid, the four riders of the apocalypse as a biker gang and more.
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That group, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property, didn't immediately respond for comment.