MyMoodiesTV - New Online Animated Shows for Tweens and Women

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Empowering Programs For Women And Tween Girls Are Finally Here. Animated Show To Take On School Bullying in 2013.

MyMoodiesTV empowering women and girls through comedy

We are against showing or supporting images of girls on TV where they can't be normal and powerful, but instead must have superhuman strength or a special talent to be worthy of our attention" says Reginald Morris, President, Big Cat Entertainment, Inc.

Big Cat Entertainment Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of MyMoodiesTV. This innovative online destination features animated comedies for both women and tween girls. My Moodies is a comedy featuring four middle school girls who find themselves in outlandish predicaments, and Mood Swings is a romantic comedy about mom’s life when the kids are not around. Free animated shorts from both series are available now at and

MyMoodiesTV is the brainchild of husband and wife team Reginald and Renea Morris, executives of Big Cat Entertainment Inc., and the parents of two daughters who have survived the tween years. This dynamic duo set about creating My Moodies TV because of the lack of available quality tween programming. The couple was amazed to learn that of 198 TV shows, which aired in 2011 for children aged 0-16, only 10 percent featured a female lead. In fact, almost ALL of these female lead characters feature a special power or ability.

“We were inspired by the lack of inspirational characters as role models for tween girls. There were literally no animated series targeted at this underserved market so we decided to take the leap and tackle this void head-on. We are against showing or supporting images of girls on TV where they can’t be normal and powerful, but instead must have superhuman strength or a special talent to be worthy of our attention. My Moodies TV is about empowering young girls through images of strong, normal female characters,” says Big Cat Entertainment Inc. President and My Moodies TV Founder, Reginald Morris.

The ‘tweenhood’ transition often becomes a point where girls become vulnerable to bullying. Confidence and self-esteem building through strong female leads in tween-targeted programs is an important avenue for increasing girls’ resistance to bullying. Big Cat Entertainment Inc. and My Moodies TV are working with global companies to plan a national anti-bullying campaign to launch in 2013.

The pilot episode of My Moodies follows main character Ragena triumphantly facing her own school bully. The episode is currently tucked away as Big Cat Entertainment Inc. seeks support for getting Ragena’s story from online to prime time. Your readers can help show network executives that there is a demand for quality uplifting programming by helping My Moodies TV reach 1 million fans on Facebook! “Like” My Moodies TV at

If you would like more information about My Moodies TV or to schedule an interview with Reginald and Renea Morris, the co-founders of My Moodies TV, contact Kylie Flett at 215.627.4747 x108 or email kf(at)neffassociates(dot)com.

Big Cat Entertainment, Inc., headquartered in Cincinnati, OH, was founded to empower women and girls through animated comedy. Combining the strengths of industry-proven writers, designers, and Emmy award-winning producers, Big Cat Entertainment produces “My Moodies,” a story driven comedy featuring 4 middle school girls who find themselves in outlandish predicaments on account of a community that won’t embrace them and “Mood Swings” a romantic comedy about Mom’s life when the kids aren’t around. Watch animated shorts, e-comics, and get more information by visiting My Moodies TV at

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