Petitioning Netflix and 5 others

Warner Brothers, Netflix, NBC, CW, USA, Hulu, Amazon, Fans Love Chuck, and Want it Revived!


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We, the undersigned, fans of the TV Show Chuck, spurred on by recent interviews done by Zachary Levi via @Hollywoodlife via @eonline &    Want Chuck revived either in 2 hour movies or Mini Seasons.

Chuck was a very unique series, Not only was the Acting, Writing, Directing etc. Outstanding. Not only did it blend more genres then any other show, and equally well. But there was, and continues to be, a unique Loyalty among fans, that has continued to grow, in the over 3 years, since it was

Cancelled. Thanks to social media & Netflix, Chuck fan base all over the world has grown & continues to do so!

A good fit for #Chuck might be your own network, The CW. I did some research and found that Chucks worst season it averaged 4.25 million viewers which would have put it easily in 2nd place only to Flash from your 2014-2015 season! Air it and see your ratings grow!

It would work well also on Netflix where the old episodes are creating new fans everyday and would be a great new addition to the growing number of original series on the site, plus it would give it a broad based PG audience show. Most Original shows on Netflix are either Mature for Adults or for little kids, so Chuck would give it a broad based audience.

Or on NBC owned Cable Network, USA where it's style of show would make it a great fit!

Chucksters fought successfully to keep Chuck on the air and will do so again!

Thank you! 

This petition will be delivered to:
  • Netflix
  • NBC
  • Warner Brothers
  • Hulu Plus
  • USA
  • CW

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