In this section of our website we feature several columns which keep
readers up to date on the latest outrageous TV content and trends. Find
our more about our columns below.
Best of Broadcast TV: highlights child-friendly programs with
positive messages, and which can comfortably be viewed by the entire family.
Worst of Broadcast TV: serves to warn parents against programs dangerous for children, describing in detail the violence, sex, profanity, and other negative behaviors shown.
Worst of Cable TV: documents the offensive content parents are
forced to pay for when purchasing expanded basic cable for the family-friendly
and educational programming it offers.
WEEKLY COLUMNS: Week of October 19
Best of Broadcast TV
The Flash on CW
For providing audiences with an action-packed, family-friendly show with an upbeat, truly heroic hero, the Tuesday, October 7th series premiere of
CW’s The Flash<...
Worst of Broadcast TV
Marry Me on NBC
This fall, a new trend has emerged on broadcast television. Several new shows premiering have a storyline similar to a romantic comedy film, with an
emphasis on monogamous ...
Worst of Cable TV
Tosh.0 on Comedy Central
For trashing the concept of a “family-friendly” TV show, the October 7th episode of Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 (10:00
p.m. T) is the
Hannibal on NBC
The corpse of a woman impaled on a spiked device resembling exercise equipment, her pants and shirt entirely soaked in blood. A severed arm grasping a cell
phone in its han...
Nick Jr.’s NickMom: Not For Kids!
Nick Jr. is a pay-TV network with programming intended for 2-6 year olds. Nick Jr.’s website boasts that the channel is a “safe, educational