Renée (rogueslayer452) wrote,
Renée
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SAVE CAPRICA!

SIGN PETITION TO SAVE CAPRICA AND GET A SECOND SEASON.

Some think it's a lost cause and that it's "beyond saving" at this point. I, however, am remaining optimistic and am incredibly adamant that with bringing the attention to the networks and the TPTB that this is a show many people have watched and have loved since the beginning, and that there is a dedicated fanbase that is disappointed and outraged by this abrupt decision of canceling such a fascinating and intellectually stimulating science fiction drama and that it deserves at least one more season in order to expand the story, its characters and the universe it spent so much time building.

Sign the petition, send it around to friends, around Twitter, get the word out even if you don't watch the show.

And thanks to a little help from someone who contacted me with this information, we also have the power to take direct action by contacting TPTB and showing our support for Caprica by telling them precisely why we love it and why it deserves another season. Here are e-mails to send (not hate-mail, but more like "pimping" mail to show that we do want the show to go on).



Mr. Mark Stern
Executive VP Original Programming
NBC Universal – SyFy Channel
100 Universal City Plaza
Bldg. 1400, 14th Floor
Universal City, CA 91608

EMAIL ADDRESS: mark.stern@nbcuni.com / mark.stern@unistudios.com


Dave Howe
President
NBC Universal – SyFy Channel
30 Rockefeller Plaza, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10112

EMAIL ADDRESS: Dave.howe@nbcuni.com


Thomas P. Vitale
Senior Vice President, Programming and Original Movies
NBC Universal – SyFy Channel
30 Rockefeller Plaza, 21st Floor
New York NY, 10112

EMAIL ADDRESS: Thomas.Vitale@nbcuni.com


General Syfy places to contact:

feedback@syfy.com, members@syfy.com, programming@syfy.com

The Syfy Viewers Comment line: 1-212-664-3571


Am I crazy for thinking that this could do anything? Perhaps, but it's worked for certain shows in the past so if it worked for them I don't see how crazy it is for us to do the same. I'm not saying there's a high possibility this will do anything, but there's certainly no harm in trying right? We as fans and viewers hold the power, and without using our voices we would never get heard. It depends on how loud our voices are and how much we can change the outcome of this fate.

It's rare, but not impossible.
Tags: activism, caprica, fandom
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