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  • Capital One Cleans Up Their Act and Ad!

    Published: 10/31/2013
    After 1MM contacted Capital One, the company has updated their commercial to leave out the profanity. The revised commercial now says, “Every single day!”
  • "Camp" has been Dropped

    Published: 10/29/2013
    "Camp" was given the axe after only one season because 1MM consistently contacted sponsors urging them to pull their support from the show!
  • "Save Me" Can't Be Saved Now

    Published: 07/31/2013
    "Save Me" couldn't be saved after 1MM contacted sponsors, which lead to the program's doom. NBC announced the show as canceled after just one season.
  • "The New Normal" is Not the New Norm

    Published: 05/20/2013
    It has been proven "The New Normal" is not the new norm. The show was canceled after only one season because 1MM protested by asking sponsors to pull their support and letting the network know why 1MM supporters would not be watching.
  • "The B in Apt 23" is Gone

    Published: 05/20/2013
    "The B---- in Apt 23" is gone for good after the network announced the show has been canceled and will not return for another season.
  • Oxygen and NBCU Drop "Babies' Mamas" Special

    Published: 01/16/2013
    After One Million Moms contacted Oxygen (NBCU), the network decided not to move forward with the "All My Babies' Mamas" special. The program has come to a halt and will not air at all.
  • ABC Cancels Controversial "666 Park Avenue" Series!

    Published: 11/26/2012
    "666 Park Avenue" has been canceled after only 7 episodes because One Million Moms continuously contacted sponsors of the show! Lack of advertisers played a huge part in "666 Park Avenue" not returning for a second season.
  • ABC Gives "GCB" the Axe

    Published: 05/14/2012
    ABC drops controversial "GCB" series after One Million Moms contacted program sponsors! Lack of advertisers played a huge part in "GCB" not coming back for a second season.
  • Disney Channel Cleans Up "Little Manhattan"

    Published: 01/31/2012
    Disney Channel edited foul language in the film "Little Manhattan" after One Million Moms contacted the network.
  • Jenny Craig says no to ABC Family Channel

    Published: 12/15/2011
    Jenny Craig will no longer air their commercials on ABC Family Channel.
  • PB Club is History

    Published: 10/05/2011
    The first television show of the fall season to be cancelled is "The Playboy Club" after One Million Moms contacted sponsors! Lack of advertisers played a huge part for the shows cancellation after only three episodes.
  • JC Penney Pulls Ad

    Published: 09/27/2011
    Within hours of hearing from One Million Moms members, JC Penney announced they would no longer air a new commercial using sex to sell men's clothing.
  • Finish Line Has Made a Wise Advertising Decision

    Published: 08/02/2011
    Finish Line has taken immediate action! 1MM received notification from their company within 24 hours of the launch of our email campaign. 1MM has confirmed The Finish Line, Inc. has pulled their inappropriate ad from their website.
  • Another One Bites the Dust! MTV Cancels "Skins"

    Published: 06/29/2011
    MTV announced there will not be a second season of "Skins" because of lack of advertisers!
  • Chuck E. Cheese's - Committed to Clean, Wholesome Family Values

    Published: 02/18/2011
    Chuck E. Cheese's has taken immediate action to ensure their ads no longer run during ABC Family Channel's "Pretty Little Liars" program in the future. This was a mistake made by the media company, and CEC appreciates 1MM bringing this to their attention so they no longer fund the airing of this show or support its messages.
  • Celtrixa Sheds MTV's "Skins"

    Published: 02/01/2011
    Celtrixa's EVP of Sales and Marketing and Chief Marketing Officer, Andy Siegel, has contacted their advertising agency and instructed them to stop purchasing ads on "Skins" immediately and not book any additional ads on "Skins."
  • Dexatrim Max Promptly Removes Ads from MTV's "Skins"

    Published: 02/01/2011
    Dexatrim Max, owned by Chattem, has taken immediate steps to remove their advertising from the show "Skins" per Chattem's Consumer Affairs Manager, Dawn Simpson.
  • Wrigley's heard you loud and clear!

    Published: 11/18/2010
    VP of Corp. Affairs for Wrigley, Andy Pharoah, stated they never intended to offend and they apologized for inadvertently having done so in this case. We can rest assured that Wrigley will not be using this phrase going forward and that they will be making appropriate changes to their Extra packaging.
  • Jiffy Lube agrees with Moms!

    Published: 07/20/2010
    Jiffy Lube has taken immediate action on your emails! 1MM has spoken with Jiffy Lube President, Rick Altizer, and he agrees this racy, adult oriented ad is inappropriate and offensive. A franchisee did not follow Jiffy Lube's policies and procedures by having this ad approved by headquarters. Altizer's statement, "We did not approve of the advertising in question and have taken the appropriate steps to make sure that it is pulled from circulation immediately."
  • Claire's was Cooperative and Complimentary of One Million Moms!

    Published: 07/19/2010
    Claire's has taken swift action to remove the razor blade jewelry line from their shelves! They appreciate our notes of concern and apologized. Claire's also appreciates the important work of 1MM!
  • Hanesbrands slams door on "GLEE"

    Published: 04/27/2010
    Hanesbrands Inc. has responded and they will no longer support the television program "GLEE." Their reply, "We do not have any further plans to run advertising in GLEE and we will take great care to ensure the rest of our advertising, as intended, is running in family-friendly programming."

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