'Mom' Sitcom Donates Money To Planned Parenthood
BS's "Mom" put its plans for an Emmy campaign on hold in support of Planned Parenthood.
The comedy had received $250,000 for an Emmy marketing campaign, but executive producer Chuck Lorre and the stars decided to donate their budget to support the organization, which is facing budget cuts under the American Health Care Act.
Explaining their decision, star Allison Janney told "Access Hollywood": "It just seems like now is a time to do something like this -- as the House of Representatives voted to defund Planned Parenthood.".