As a Christian, I feel this program is attacking my faith. For too long, the media has demeaned the Christian faith in the name of humor. Some in the entertainment business have gone too far, for too long.
While your company is a household name, I do not agree with your financial backing of this program. This show mocks Christianity and is insulting to viewers of faith.
I certainly hope your company's financial support of this type of television programming through advertising is simply an oversight.
As a consumer, I am asking you to please pull your ad immediately and support traditional family values instead of this anti-Christian bigotry. My decision to support your company depends on it.
I look forward to hearing from you regarding my concern.
Victory! Sleep Number is pulling their sponsorship of "Angel From Hell" immediately!
Sleep Number's comment on their Facebook Page:
Thanks for your feedback. We’ve contacted our Marketing team and confirmed we’re not planning on running any additional ads with this program at this time.
Thank you for taking action on this very important issue. Sleep Number responded within a few hours of 1MM launching this campaign. We have thanked Sleep Number on your behalf and no further action is needed. To God be the Glory!
You are making a HUGE difference!
CBS is now airing a program titled "Angel From Hell," about a "not so good" guardian angel starring Jane Lynch. The previews alone can make believers sick to their stomachs with the blasphemous content including crude humor, foul language and distasteful dialogue. The new show airs on Thursday evenings at 9:30 pm ET/8:30 pm CT with a 14-DL rating.
This program is a new comedy that focuses on a holier-than-thou character who is anything but that. The network also cast children in scenes that are extremely inappropriate, such as the angel using foul language in front of them and then joking that she never promised to be G-rated. The premiere also included the angel hiding liquor in the children's clothes and saying, "My booze!" followed by a little boy saying, "That's so cool!" Almost every scene included the angel drinking alcohol from a flask, even on Sunday, and once at a bar. Not to mention the angel rides on a wrecking ball while busting up a concrete angel statue.
Once again networks like CBS portray a false image of religion. "Angel From Hell" is another attempt to distort the truth about people's faith.
Please use the information we have provided to contact Sleep Number and ask that they pull their financial support for "Angel From Hell."