Pretty Little Liars vanishes from schedule after losing major advertisers.
Unlike any other show on unrestricted advertiser supported television networks the majority of the primary cast on Pretty Little Liars are lesbians. The series has grown from one lesbian lead character to three. Florida Family Association monitors this show and contacts advertisers because more than half or 1.3 million of the 2.5 million female viewers of ABC's Pretty Little Liars lesbian show are CHILDREN, GIRLS between the ages of 12 and 18.
ABC Family blasted eleven episodes back to back on August 30, 2011 from 11:00 am through 11 pm. The show has not aired since August 30, 2011. The airing of such a block of episodes followed by no airing of the program likely indicates ABC is trying to minimize future loss of advertisers.
General Mills, ReMax Realty and Barilla publicly announced that they would not advertise again during the show. Additionally, numerous other companies stopped advertising on Pretty Little Liars. News of this loss of advertisers went viral on the web thereby creating even more controversy about the program’s decadent content.
Florida Family Association is prepared to record all future episodes of this irresponsible program and contact advertisers if or when airing resumes.