I'm sure CBS will take all viewer feedback into consideration. However, I'm not too optimistic about the networks motives. For example . . . 11/08/16 05:01 AM
I've long been annoyed at much of the network TV prime-time "drama" shows that I term "primetime porn." One of the worst offenders is on the same network receiving your complaint. On the surface it is a crime-fighting drama. But every week, for years now, it highlights yet another woman being kidnapped, raped, tortured, murdered, etc. This is what sells as entertainment. And since it is "fiction" no one bats an eye.
Yet on a subscription based web feed someone makes off-color jokes and I'm supposed to be upset? The only way to communicate that outrage is the cancel the subscription and the monthly payment.