You know you鈥檙e probably doing something right as a producer when your show hasn鈥檛 even aired yet and it鈥檚 getting loads of buzz. Netflix has taken on the mantle of being one of the most exciting producers of new television shows in recent years, with shows like Stranger Things and Making a Murderer filling our screens. Their newest show, Dear White People (based on a movie of the same name) has caused a number of people to call for a large-scale boycott of Netflix subscriptions, and their reasoning seems racially charged.

We鈥檙e wondering if some of these people even watched the trailer, or simply got caught up in the title of the show. Clearly, people still aren鈥檛 getting the memo in 2017: There is no 鈥渞everse racism.鈥 It鈥檚 not a thing that exists. People of all races are allowed to make television shows that are funny and political, and if the show makes a smart comment about how certain folks are treated in current society, even better.

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For what it鈥檚 worth, the creator of both the movie and show version of Dear White People is taking it in stride, knowing that racism is likely the only thing at play here when people don鈥檛 even want to give the show a chance. In an interview, he said, 鈥淚t just brought more attention to the series. Thanks, white supremacists, you really helped me promote my show鈥 I鈥檓 a little grateful, I guess, to the insanity.鈥

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(h/t Refinery29; photos via Netflix, Arya Diaz/Getty)