The television watchdog organization thinks the graphic sex scene as a perfect example of why cable should unbundle channels
Annual airing of "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" was almost immediately followed by an opening sex scene on the Shondaland series
Oh my gosh! It's full of bumpin, grindin, twerking, bikinis, and Nicki slithering over Drake
The Parents Television Council wants the cable channel to assure there won't be "mis-rated sexual content"
The Parents Television Council warns former "America's Got Talent" advertisers that they might not want to give more money to the show with Howard Stern...
NBC can't react fast enough to censor obscene gesture from British rocker M.I.A. during Madonna's halftime show at Super Bowl. Parents Television Council joins chorus...
"How can nudity and a striptease in front of 90 million unsuspecting TV viewers not qualify as indecency?" professional scolds ask
"We're pleased that NBC will no longer be airing a program so inherently linked to a pornographic brand," organization says
Seven advertisers dropped out after the series premiere -- but are low ratings or political pressure to blame?
"Moment 4 Life" singer's brief flash sets off shock waves
Organization's latest moral crusade targets the upcoming NBC drama, blames Playboy for damaging the American family
Singer points out that she's no parent -- and suggests that those who are best not try to hide their kids from society
Professional scolds aim their wagging fingers at Rihanna and Britney Spears
Media watchdog group goes on the attack against a series that isn't even airing yet
Analysis: After Rep. Giffords' shooting, shouldn't advocacy groups be more concerned with gore than teen partying?
We wonder why America has the highest teen pregnancy rate and teen STD rate of all the developed nations
Libertarian TV Watch tries to shoot down the socially conservative, formerly high-flying Parents TV Council on the day it releases one of its big finger-wagging...
To promote an age-inconsistent look in a national men's publication whose readers have a natural tendency to ogle school-age girls is only condoning boorish behavior
PTC: 'Glee' photo shoot in GQ magazine "isn't for families" because actors play high-school kids
"Fox hides behind satire and animation as an ‘excuse’ to air the foulest material imaginable”
Fox even cited for problems in "Family Guy" and "American Dad"; ABC does best.