The Parents Television Council commended NBC for muting explicit language that was said during last night’s Golden Globes awards show.
“Kudos to NBC for keeping the Golden Globes broadcast free from explicit language for the families...Read more →
In 2011 ABC announced the development of a TV series based on the novel, Good Christian Bitches. GCB is a sort of modern-day Harper Valley PTA, about a recently widowed woman who moves her family back to the wealthy, ostensibly Christian, Dallas suburb where...Read more →
PTC Urgently Calls on Congress to Protect Kids from Harmful Media Content
In a new research report comprising a decade of primetime broadcast TV shows, the Parents Television Council found that there is substantially more profanity and violence in youth-rated shows now than ten years...Read more →
The Parents Television Council issued a statement in reaction to HBO’s announcement that it will move Sesame Street to HBO Max.Read more →
The Parents Television Council is calling on advertisers not to support AMC’s forthcoming show, “Kevin Can F**K Himself,” which has just been greenlit by the network.Read more →
The Parents Television Council has chosen the Best and Worst New TV Shows, an annual list of new fall broadcast TV shows that are safe, or not, for children and families.Read more →
The Parents Television Council released a new study, “Not for Kids Anymore,” that found broadcast TV shows based on child-beloved comic book characters are not safe for kids to watch.
The study’s author, Dr. Christopher Gildemeister, Head of Research Operations for...Read more →
New PTC Research Finds Comic Book-Themed Broadcast TV Shows Expose Kids to Extreme Graphic Violence, Death, & Profanity
In a new seven-year analysis of comic book-themed broadcast television shows with appeal to children, the Parents Television Council found that young viewers were...Read more →
LOS ANGELES (May 22, 2019) – In a letter to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and to each member of the Netflix Board of Directors, the Parents Television Council asked the company to justify why it continues to keep “13 Reasons Why” on its platform...Read more →
Most TV comedies today are a lot like your stereotypical college frat-boy: trying to cram in as many sexual innuendos and euphemisms for butts, breasts and genitalia as they can in twenty or so minutes of airtime. Whatever there is of a story arc,...Read more →