The Wikia Sirens

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    Started 3 petitions

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    Petitioning Suzanne Gomez, TNT , CBS, Netflix

    Pick up cancelled series "Lucifer" for a Season 4

    On May 11, 2018, FOX announced the cancellation of sophomore supernatural police procedural drama "Lucifer", a brilliant series with an average of 3.297 million viewers per episode. A comedy drama, the series centers on Lucifer Morningstar, when has decided he's had enough of being the dutiful servant in Hell and decides to spend some time on Earth to better understand humanity. He settles in Los Angeles - the City of Angels. It has a 82% critical acclaim rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has an enormous fanbase, with 300K Twitter followers as of 05/11/2018.  In fact, after its cancellation, the hashtag #SaveLucifer went straight to the top of Twitter's worldwide trending charts. USA TODAY reports: "'Lucifer': Twitter raises hell over Fox drama's cancellation", and TheWrap reports: "To Hell and Back? #SaveLucifer Fan Crusade Burns up Twitter After Fox Cancellation" How could a show with such an enormous dedicated fanbase, large live viewership, and great potential be cancelled so quickly?  Decision makers, I now speak directly to you. Picking up a series like this would, in effect, move all of the viewers FOX already built up with the first three season to your network or platform. These viewers keep coming back every week. They're dedicated. If you move the show, the viewers will follow. In fact, due to the incredible amount of buzz being caused surrounding this cancellation, it is likely that new viewers will start binge-watching the series after hearing about it - so viewership on a new network or platform might be even higher than FOX. I implore you to consider this series as a new addition to your lineup of originals. This is a great, rare-come-by opportunity that can't be missed.

    The Wikia Sirens
    2,686 supporters
    Petitioning Melissa Cusack, Pam Beer-Chatfield, Caitlin Galo

    USA Network: Pick up cancelled ABC series "Designated Survivor" for a Season 3

    This afternoon on May 11, 2018, ABC announced the cancellation of freshman procedural drama "Designated Survivor", a brilliant political series with an average of 3.95 million viewers per episode. I believe that USA Network would be a perfect fit for this series. Not only is it mature, thoughtful, and critically acclaimed, but it perfectly represents the best type of programming that has been seen time and time again on USA Network. Furthermore, picking up a series like this would, in effect, move all of the viewers ABC already built up with the first two seasons to the USA Network. These viewers keep coming back every week. They're dedicated. If you move the show, the viewers will follow.  The series follows Tom Kirkman, a lower-level cabinet member who never imagined something would happen that would catapult him to the oval office. When a devastating attack on the night of the State of the Union address claims the lives of the president and most of the Cabinet, the Housing and Urban Development secretary -- who was named the designated survivor in case of such an event -- finds himself promoted to leader of the free world. Suddenly thrust into his new position of power, Kirkman struggles to keep the country from dissolving into chaos and must adjust to his new normal, unaware of what fresh horrors may await the United States. It has a 82% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has a large fanbase, with 97,000 Twitter follows as of 05/11/2018 via @ABCDesignated. The series ended too quickly. How could a show with such a large live viewership and such great potential get shut down so quickly?  I implore you to consider this series as a new addition to your lineup of originals. This is a great, rare-come-by opportunity that can't be missed.

    The Wikia Sirens
    138 supporters
    Petitioning Reed Hastings, Jeff Bezos, Denise Basset, Randy Freer, Bravo Canada, CraveTV Canada

    Pick up cancelled ABC series "Deception" for a Season 2

    This afternoon on May 11, 2018, ABC announced the cancellation of freshman procedural drama "Deception", a brilliant series with an average of 3.6 million viewers per episode. The Greg Berlanti-produced series follows Cameron Black, a magician who used to be the "world's greatest illusionist" - before his greatest secret was exposed and his career destroyed. But soon, he is recruited by the FBI where he uses his skills of deception to solve high-profile cases and bust criminals. It has a 74% approval rating on IMDB and has a large fanbase, with 42,000 Facebook followers as of 05/11/2018.  The series ended too quickly. The 3.6 million viewers who tuned in live every week, and an average of 2.8 million viewers who watched on their DVR every week, brings the series to an exact average of 5.622 million total viewers per week. How could a show with such a large live viewership and such great potential get shut down so quickly? After the announcement of cancellation, #Deception immediately shot up Twitter's trending charts with, literally, millions, of people who were up in arms over one of 2018's most promising dramas being cancelled.  Decision makers, I now speak directly to you. Picking up a series like this would, in effect, move all of the viewers ABC already built up with the first season to your network or platform. These viewers keep coming back every week. They're dedicated. If you move the show, the viewers will follow.  I implore you to consider this series as a new addition to your lineup of originals. This is a great, rare-come-by opportunity that can't be missed. The two-hour season finale will air on May 27, 2018. 

    The Wikia Sirens
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