ABC dumps anti-Christian 'GCB' show after one season
Fleeing advertisers and low ratings doomed show from the start
May 14, 2012
ABC network has announced it is cancelling "GCB" and will not run it for a second season.
A Christian-bashing version of ABC's now defunct "Desperate Housewives," GCB centered on a recently divorced mother of two who moved back to the affluent neighborhood where she grew up to find herself in the whirling midst of gossip, Botox and fraud.
In later episodes, ABC didn't miss an opportunity to show its bigotry and hatred toward Christianity.
AFA led the efforts against GCB with an initial petition to ABC, asking it to not air the mockery. It was signed by 130,000 Action Alert supporters.
After the series began airing, AFA's OneMillionMoms.com ministry regularly contacted advertisers, who pulled advertising support from the show, resulting in lost revenue by the network.
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