On September 20, 2012, show the networks that Browncoats everywhere are serious. We love Firefly, and we are prepared to express it in a big way. On September 20, 2012, we will all go out and purchase multiple DVD/Blu-ray copies of Firefly and Serenity. We will give them to our friends and hold marathons of the series.
Everyone, go out to your local store and tell them to be stocked and prepared. Email distributors. Remind the networks they can't stop the signal.
On September 20, 2002 Firefly premiered on Fox network. Less than three full months later, the show was canceled. From the start, the show's storyline was butchered and the entire series sequence shuffled out of order. The original 2-hour premiere designed to introduce the complex, revolutionary characters was dismissed.
Nevertheless, Firefly has proven itself to be a masterpiece ranked by IMDb in the top 10 TV series of all time. The series was the winner of the first annual Hulu awards in the category "Shows We'd Bring Back". It has made history as a cancelled series with its own movie revival Serenity, and the fans have consistently turned up in force and in unity to express their appreciation for the truly innovative story.
1. Please sign this petition. This petition is a show of unity and the magnitude of Firefly fans.
2. If you haven't already, buy the DVD or Blu-ray box sets. Buy more for your friends (they make great gifts).
3. Plan Firefly and Serenity marathon parties with your friends.
4. Post a comment explaining why you love Firefly so much.
Make a statement of just how great a number of people across the Internet have loved Joss Whedon's creations, especially Firefly. We would love to see Firefly return and express our appreciation visably. Email this link to your friends:
This petition is in no way directly affilicated with the production team of Firefly.
Here are additional links for all loyal Browncoats:
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