:30 Change of Plans from Moms4FamilyTV.com on Vimeo.

Family friendly entertainment is at an all time low on primetime television and Procter & Gamble and Walmart have come together to provide safe entertainment through their Family Movie Nights. Many of the films have strong faith based elements and we need support from viewers to keep Family Movie Night alive.

Parents are yearning for quality entertainment and Family Movie Night is committed to bringing more films to primetime TV throughout 2011. The last title released by Family Movie Night was A Walk In My Shoes which premiered on  Dec. 3rd and garnered nearly 5M viewers. The film rated as the #2 watched program for the night and became the highest rated NBC show in nearly 2 months.

So save the $12 you would have spent on a movie ticket and sit down with your family to watch “Change of Plans” on Saturday, January 8th. Please let us know if you can cover this story and spread the word so that we can bring back quality television to primetime!

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