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“Save Me” Cancelled- One Million Moms Claim Victory

Save_Me_NBCOne Million Moms is trying to take credit for something that isn’t true- yet again. NBC has cancelled the show “Save Me”. Now, 1MM is crowing, of course. They have been trying to get sponsors to drop “Save Me” ever since it started. They sent out in their little fundraising missive:

Thank you for not taking the summer off! This summer has been a busy one, but our efforts have paid off. 1MM has been productive and has closely monitored several television programs this season that need to be taken off the air. Many sponsors have pulled their support – too many to list here – and as a result one program has been canceled already! NBC’s “Save Me” can’t be saved without any sponsors so it has been pulled off the air and will not be returning for a second season.

Here’s the problem. First of all, there were only ever seven airable episodes for the series. In fact, they only aired the pilot episode and episodes eight through thirteen. Apparently, seven of the thirteen episodes were created by showrunner Alexa Junge, but she was replaced with Darlene Hunt at episode 8. That usually indicates a troubled series to begin with. While some shows like Doctor Who might change out showrunners every so often, they usually don’t do that in the first half season.

The second problem?

The show averaged a rating of 0.6 rating with the 19-49 demographic. They averaged about 2.78 million viewers. Um, yes. While that might be wonderful for basic cable, it is rather disappointing for a major network. Well, at the rate things are going, NBC won’t be a major network much longer.

However, the fact that “Saving Me” was doing abysmally in the ratings doesn’t seem to matter to One Million Moms. After all, they desperately want to make themselves seem relevant.

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5 Responses to “Save Me” Cancelled- One Million Moms Claim Victory

  1. Donna

    August 6, 2013 at 11:28 am

    There is another reply from Tommy O’Donnell. Again, I would reply, Monica Cole banned me long ago from her site. These people have not a clue, foolish followers, heads filled with Cole’s deception and lies. Thank you, LGR, for all you do.

  2. Chase

    August 3, 2013 at 8:46 pm

    I am actually jealous of OMM! I wish my life was so boring that all I had to do was force everyone to think like I do. Must be nice!

  3. Donna

    August 3, 2013 at 12:01 am

    From OMM Facebook page: Tommy O’Donnell, Tiffany stop already. “Lez Get Real” is your source for news? Please explain why you come to a site that you obviously don’t agree with, or like? I really want to know. Especially when there are so many other organizations dedicated to the decay of civilization that could use your efforts. I’m sure Lorelei and Polyamorous would join you.

    I would post reply, but Monica Cole blocked me months ago.

    Reply to Tommy ODonnell: OMM is your source for news? Then you are being fed lies and deception. People go to OMM site to post truth, which Cole quickly sends into cyber space. How dare anyone expose Cole for the lying, cheating con-artists she is. There is no decay in civilization other than the one people like you create.

    Cole continues to rake in millions from conning people into thinking they had anything to do with cancellations. No one cancelled anything due to Cole’s efforts. The shows that were cancelled were never any good. Look at all the shows renewed that Cole tried to get off the air.

    Corporations block Cole’s I.P. address and e-mails are not getting thru. Her efforts are laughed at and useless.

    • Bridgette P. LaVictoire

      August 3, 2013 at 10:01 am

      Donna,

      Thank you. I find the fact that these people don’t understand how advertising works on television to be laughable. They take as a ‘victory’ any sponsor who doesn’t show up week to week. By that measure, sponsors are constantly pulling their ads from Spongebob Squarepants. I don’t see the same advertisers from half hour to half hour let alone week to week.

      Of course, I loved his response to the next point- networks would never actually admit the loss of sponsors is why a show gets canceled. That kind of thinking is delusional.

  4. Serena

    August 2, 2013 at 3:21 pm

    these women and their “askrick censored nonsense” (which they claim the use of the * to “get through email filters) just gets stupider with every complaint the come up with.