Just in via email:
Joe, ABC Family Channel’s new program “Mystery Girls” does not involve innocent detectives fighting crime as parents might hope, but instead is just another show primarily about sexual encounters. The show airs during primetime when children are likely watching. The season premiere aired Wednesday evening at 8:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. CT, and with a 14 DL rating it is not suitable for young viewers. The majority of the content in this nonfamily channel program is adult oriented and includes sexual references and innuendos. The first episode centered on the search for a lost sex tape, which involves forgotten identity of the partner in the tape, not remembering all past sexual partners and a fake funeral. “Mystery Girls” is not the Nancy Drew type detective program one might expect on a family network. This show is inappropriate for any network but especially for a family channel. This program is vulgar and vile and needs to be removed from the air immediately. Take Action: Please send an email letter to the sponsors of this week’s “Mystery Girls.” This week’s sponsors were: L’Oreal, Diet Coke and Marshalls (TJX Company). Urge advertisers to place it on their “do not advertise” list in protest of pushing sin directly into America’s living rooms.