Our late Honorary Chairman, Steve Allen, believed that Hollywood could be a force for good in the world. Having worked in the movie, television and music industries in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s, he had seen first-hand how movies could lift the spirits of the nation...Read more →
In a recent guest editorial for The Hollywood Reporter, NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar made a persuasive case that The BachelorRead more →
Verizon FiOS customers in central New York planning to watch this year’s Super Bowl had better make other plans. Because of a carriage dispute between the Telecom company and the owner of Fox Syracuse, Verizon FiOS subscribers in...Read more →
The news has been dominated in recent days, and throughout 2016, with reports of the deaths of beloved and iconic celebrities: Alan Thicke, Florence Henderson, Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, to name a few (and we are certainly grateful...Read more →
Family audiences seldom lack for programming options during this time of year when there is a wealth of family-friendly content available on both broadcast and cable television. There are original holiday-themed movies on Hallmark; G-rated box office hits...Read more →
Nearly everyone over a certain age has fond memories of watching The Carol Burnett Show, which ran for eleven successful seasons on CBS, picking up 25 Emmy Awards, 8 Golden Globe Awards and 3 People’s Choice Awards along the way.
Few performers before or since...Read more →
CW’s Supergirl is a female character worthy of being looked up to.
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Limiting children’s screen time is important…even during summer break.Read more →
Last Sunday’s awards program demonstrated the depth to which American music has fallen.Read more →
Will NBC’s hit show still be family-friendly?Read more →
Any reasonable person would be justified in assuming that PG is PG is PG; whether you are watching a television program or a movie, if it carries a PG rating, the...Read more →
Netflix has revived the 1990′s family-friendly favorite Full House. But is Fuller House as family-friendly?Read more →
On Tuesday, March 8th, ABC will debut a new miniseries based on Old Testament stories called “Of Kings and Prophets.” But this miniseries will be nothing like the 2013 Mark Burnett and Roma Downey-produced “The Bible” miniseries that broke ratings records when it aired on the...Read more →
CBS has pulled the plug on Angel from Hell. Read more →
Two weeks ago, a headline in the L.A. Times blared, “Why Vanessa Hudgens and the other stars of Fox’s ‘Grease Live!’ won’t ‘clean up’ the show”.
According to the Times, “The creators of ‘Grease Live!’ are planning some changes...Read more →
With Super Bowl 50 just days away, there’s already speculation about which ads will stand out as the most memorable. Dozens of companies will be paying millions of dollars (last...Read more →
Many families who eagerly anticipated The Muppets return to broadcast television last fall were sorely disappointed to find that instead of the light-hearted, family-friendly entertainment they...Read more →
Jane Lynch was arguably the break-out star of Fox’s Glee, where she played cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester, a role for which she was awarded both an...Read more →
There is a revolution taking place in the way people access and consume media. But the cable companies don’t seem to have noticed. Instead of adopting...Read more →
For many, a new year means a new start. A chance to get rid of some bad habits and replace them with some healthy habits. Most new year’s resolutions include going to the gym more often, finally shedding...Read more →
Consider This List When Holiday Shopping
The Parents Television Council announced the companies that it chose for its annual Best/Worst Advertisers List. The...Read more →
Just a couple of weeks after the Parents Television Council released an eye-opening report on the frequency of adult content — especially sexual innuendo and drug and alcohol references – on ABC’s new Muppets series, ABC has announced major changes are coming.
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On Breitbart’s Big Hollywood, PTC’s Melissa Henson tackles what Hollywood gets wrong about family entertainment, using ABC’s The Muppets as the prime example.
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It’s becoming an increasingly common phenomena that networks with uninteresting shows to pedal will try to gin-up interest by giving the show a sleazy, jaw-droppingly inappropriate name. Read more →
The morning of August 26th, television audiences getting their morning news from CBS affiliate WDBJ-TV in Roanoke, VA, were witness to a horrific act of violence...Read more →