Dan Levy Blasts Comedy Central India for Censoring Gay Kiss in 'Schitt's Creek' Ad

Dan Levy Blasts Comedy Central India for Censoring Gay Kiss in 'Schitt's Creek' Ad
Schitt's Creek capped off its meteoric run with an enormous, history-making night at the Emmys. While the show's positive message is beloved by the world over, however, co-creator Dan Levy has taken umbrage with an ad for the show that censored a gay kiss in India.

Comedy Central India posted an ad for Season 5 of the show, and it included a clip involving a game of spin the bottle. While the clip did portray the kiss between a man and a woman and the kiss between a woman and a woman, it edited out Levy's character kissing Dustin Mulligan's character.

"You showed the kiss between two women, you showed the kiss between a woman and a man, then removed the kiss between two men?" Levy wrote on Twitter. "This is a show about the power of inclusivity. The censorship of gay intimacy is making a harmful statement against that message."

Read Levy's tweet below. The edited clip has not been taken down, nor has Comedy Central responded to the matter.