Oxygen and NBCU New Reality Special



VICTORY! After tens of thousands of One Million Moms members contacted NBCUniversal on Monday concerning their new reality show, the network announced yesterday that they have halted any plans to continue the "Babies' Mamas" project. The network contemplated airing a controversial reality special titled "All My Babies' Mamas," but Oxygen, owned by NBCUniversal, has given it the axe after hearing from you.

In a statement issued Tuesday, Oxygen said, "As part of our development process, we have reviewed casting and decided not to move forward with the special." The cast included a man who fathered eleven children by ten different mothers, but the show has now been dropped before the first episode aired. Praise the Lord!

Thanks to you, the project has been curtailed. The network made this decision immediately after hearing from you! By letting your voice be heard you are making a HUGE difference in transforming our nation's culture one program at a time.

Thank you for doing your part and participating in One Million Moms, one of the most effective pro-family forces in the country.


Original Alert:

Since reality shows of families with many children have been done, Oxygen Media, LLC has decided that a program with one dad, eleven children, and ten moms is a good idea. During a Fox News interview, the dad finds nothing wrong with the show or his choices since he supports all eleven of his children on his own without any government assistance. Parents are concerned that this show sets the wrong example for today's youth on a moral standard.

The basis of the program is that the man has fathered eleven children by ten different women and a lot of drama is created by the situation. This is morally wrong, but the network finds the chaos produced to be entertaining. Oxygen Media, owned by NBCUniversal, will promote this program with commercials which will cause confusion for the children viewing them. It is appalling that this man will be paid because of his lack of values while young viewers could be desensitized into thinking this is normal.

The show is set to air soon so we need to contact NBCUniversal and let them know that this type of programming is unacceptable and they need to cancel it immediately.


Please send NBCUniversal an email letter asking that they drop all plans to air this disturbing program. Let them also know you are prepared to join thousands of other voices in urging advertisers to place it on their "do not advertise" list and to consider pulling all ads from the network in protest of how this show pushes immoral lifestyles directly into America's living rooms.

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