By Hillary Busis
Updated October 08, 2012 at 02:14 PM EDT
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One Million Moms

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Protesting The New Normal is so last summer. Now anti-gay group One Million Moms is up in arms about a new ABC Family show called The Fosters — even though the series in question doesn’t even have an IMDb page yet, let alone a finished pilot.

EW announced in August that the cable network had greenlit The Fosters, an hourlong drama executive produced by Jennifer Lopez and created by Bradley Bredeweg and Queer as Folk‘s Peter Paige. The show will focus on a multi-ethnic family headed by a lesbian couple. One Million Moms has called the program “anti-family,” posting a call to arms on its website:

The group then urges its supporters to email ABC Family, telling the network that they will not watch the show and “are prepared to join thousands of other voices in urging advertisers to place it on their ‘do not advertise’ list.”

One Million Moms has previously focused its ire on NBC’s The New Normal, an Archie comic book featuring a gay wedding, J.C. Penney (for hiring Ellen DeGeneres as its spokesperson), and Ben & Jerry’s Schweddy Balls ice cream. According to the group’s website, its members are currently also outraged about a Skittles commercial in which a teenage girl makes out with a walrus.

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