Neil Gaiman took to his Tumbler page to respond to the recent One Million Moms petition bent on canceling Lucifer, a new television series on Fox based on Gaiman’s comic book series. The American Family Association‘s chapter of Moms feels that: The program previews mischaracterize Satan, departs from true biblical teachings about him, and inaccurately […]
The three or four moms behind the American Family Association’s “One Million Moms” are very unhappy indeed about this upcoming Fox TV show called Lucifer, whose hook is that the Prince of Darkness gets bored with ruling Hell, quits his job, and moves to Los Angeles, which presumably has more variety. Show More Summary
Comic creator reacts to opposition for his work's adaption, noting that he experienced something similar while writing "Sandman."
One Million Moms is at it again, petitioning Fox to drop their plans to produce Lucifer, a show based on the character from Neil Gaiman's Sandman.
The conservative Christian watchdog group One Million Moms has already begun their campaign to protest the television adaptation of DC Comics’ Lucifer comic book series. One Million Moms has started their campaign to try to force the Fox network to remove Lucifer from their fall line-up by starting a petition. Show More Summary
The American Family Association's One Million Moms website has launched a petition calling for Fox to halt its plans to air a new television series called "Lucifer" in 2016, saying the program "mischaracterizes" Satan and "mocks the Bible."
With comic book stories being some of the most sought-after properties for TV and movie adaptations these days, it’s only natural that some networks would want to push the envelope and develop some of the more adult-themed series. One of these happens to be Lucifer, a television series based on Neil Gaiman’s incarnation of the […]
The organization has started a petition against Fox's "Lucifer," a show based on Neil Gaiman's "Sandman" character.
A Christian fundamentalist group seeks to block the upcoming LUCIFER show at FOX.
Just in via email: FOX has plans in 2016 to air "Lucifer," a new series which will glorify Satan as a caring, likable person in human flesh. The series will focus on Lucifer portrayed as a good guy, "who is bored and unhappy as the Lord...Show More Summary
The reality TV viewer numbers are in. NeNe‘s breakdown on part three of the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion attracted 2.588 million, which was down 794K from part one, and season 7 finished with an average of 3.12 million. For comparison’s...Show More Summary
When Daymond John was in his early 20s, his mother said to him, "Listen, you're going to have to figure out what you're doing the rest of your life, one way or another." Growing up in Hollis, Queens, as the only child of a single mom,...Show More Summary
All that foot-stomping by One Million Moms and the rest of Teabagistan was for naught, as ABC has ordered the first season of The Real O'Neals. Via Deadline: Along with the six drama series pickups, ABC has ordered its first new comedy...Show More Summary
With more than one in five moms today in the millennial age bracket, these nine million women are shaking up how this tradition-bound holiday is celebrated.
Just in via email: Will audiences want to watch adultery? FYI (owned by A&E) has greenlighted the "Seven Year Switch," an eight-episode series in which married couples put their marriage on the line by shacking up with a "new partner" for a couple weeks. Show More Summary
Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour starts May 5 in Tokyo, and in addition to her millions of fans who are excited for it to start — you can add one more ecstatic fan.
Just in via email: Obviously, ABC Family Channel is attempting to desensitize America's youth. They haven't let up, so neither will 1MM. ABC Family has approved the series "Becoming Us" about two teenagers that begin dating and who both have fathers who are transgender and transforming into women. Show More Summary
Just in via email: This current Schick Hydro Silk TrimStyle ad is extremely inappropriate and vile, plus it is aired early in the evening when children are likely watching. It is so suggestive it's disgraceful. The commercial shows three women in tiny bikinis standing behind small bushes strategically placed in front of their crotches. Show More Summary
Just in via email: Taco Bell is following a trend in crude commercials. While a few fast food restaurants are cleaning up their ads, Taco Bell decided to air a new ad named "Flash" to advertise Chickstars. The ad shows an elderly couple...Show More Summary
We've all been there, scrolling through our Facebook news feed, and there it is again: that girl from high school posting a million and one photos of her newborn. Or perhaps it's the couple that just can't talk enough about their 7-month-old...Show More Summary