I’m sort of middle grounded in this instance of ad pulling. It doesn’t seem to stem out of bigotry. In principle, the show is good because it attempts to destroy stereotypes, but if a show sucks and doesn’t get views, then it isn’t profitable for a company to buy ad space for it. While I agree that what the show is trying to do is noble, perhaps they aren’t going at it the right way. Viewers like drama, and if All-American Muslims fails to deliver, then it won’t do good. I personally had no idea that the show existed until Lowes pulled advertising. The fact is that it was probably a better idea to run it as a news report, rather than a full season of showing. And even then, similar news stories have been attempted, but their problem is that once they were put out, they were seen by few who actually had a bigoted opinion. Judging by comments made on the Fox News Website, Fox should be the ones to run an All-American Muslim news report. My fear with that is that Fox would over-sensationalize it, as they do with most things. To sum it up for anybody who posts tl;dr — If a show sucks, and a company decides to pull advertising because it sucks, then all is fair. If a company decides to pull advertising because they feel it does not portray the stereotypical image of a group of people, then they deserve a massive drop in sales.