Petition to Netflix
Get a Season 3 of My Babysitter's a Vampire!
My Babysitter's a Vampire is a 2011 Canadian television series, based on the television film of the same name. The show follows Ethan Morgan as he and his friends battle the supernatural forces that dwell within their town of Whitechapel. The show lasted for two seasons but sadly was cancelled on a cliffhanger. Fresh TV, the production company, has officially stated: "We can now officially say that for the time being there will not be a third season of My Babysitter’s a Vampire. This has been a long time in coming but we wanted to explore every single avenue and pursue every possibility first as we wanted to make more of this amazing show as badly as all of you wanted to watch it." However, on February 18, 2014, Fresh TV tweeted they were still working on producing a second movie as well as getting the series picked up again. It is still unsure whether or not this is still happening. However, there is still an active fan base of the series, and many fans who have the question: what happened to Whitechapel. I made this petition for Netflix to try to pick up a third season for this amazing show!
Petition to Michael Dante DiMartino, Bryan Konietzko, Netflix
Make Zutara and Taang Canon In The Netflix Live-Action Avatar: The Last Airbender Series
Kataang had a good, long run in A:TLA, starting with the original series, continuing through the comics and finally through their children in The Legend of Korra. Sure, Kataang is alright. I myself shipped them when I was a kid. But it's time for a new beginning... an adventure that just makes more sense in the eyes of many, if not most, of us in the fandom. It's time to finish what was started with Katara and Zuko, and to explore a different kind of relationship between Toph and Aang. After all, "opposites attract..." So let's mix it up a little. Give the fans what they want. Let's make it CANON!
Petition to Netflix
Put Avatar: the Last Air bender on U.S Netflix
ProblemAvatar: The Last Air bender (ATLA) is not on Netflix, and the number of people who are fans of ATLA in the U.S indicates that putting it permanently on Netflix will allow people to enjoy it easily. ATLA is the most pivotal and prominent step for Universal animation in the early 2000's and should be easily accessible somewhere such as Netflix. SolutionNetflix putting Avatar: The Last Airbender permanently on their U.S software. This way, they will provide fans with not only the adored original, but they will also provide a base for their upcoming live-action series, similarly to how they have both live action Deathnote and the anime. Dear Netflix, from a couple die-hard ATLA fan who loves your accessible and easy to use software, please put ATLA permanently on Netflix. Personal storyWe are a couple die-hard ATLA fans who are upset that the famous and loved early 2000's cartoon is not on Netflix yet, despite Netflix's announcement of a live-action series. This enrages us and other fans, and we are here to serve them justice!
Petition to Hasbro, Netflix, Crunchyroll
Continue Hanazuki on Netflix or Crunchyroll
Hasbro's Hanazuki: Full of Treasures was a very unique show that i have ever saw, from when I first watched it around a winter's day back around January 27th and has went on to having comic books, toys and a Short film that premiered with My Little Pony: The Movie back on October 6th, 2017. After about a year of hiatus and its move from YouTube to television, Discovery Family has decided to call it quits to Hanazuki and has removed it from their lineup, replacing it with reruns of Saban's Luna Petunia and Popples. This will put the entire series' future at risk of being shelved at the hands of Hasbro, It's time for Hasbro to put the series in its future home on Netflix in an effort to continue the adventures of our Moody Moonflower! Sign this petition and tell Hasbro and Netflix to #SaveHanazuki for every one to see! Good luck and May the Moonflower moods shine upon us all!!!! Netflix customer service hotline: 1 (866) 579-7172 Hasbro customer service hotline: 1 (800) 255-5516
Petition to Netflix, The Walt Disney Company
Percy Jackson TV Show
ATTENTION ALL PERCY JACKSON FANS: If you are reading this now, and you know and love the Percy Jackson characters, then please help out. We are petitioning to Nexflix and Rick to make a PJO, HOO, and TOA show. Be honest, we all hated the two movies that were made. Even Rick hated the movies. We want a new show, where they start out as 12, Annabeth is blonde, Grover is ginger, and so on. We can make this happen, right here, and right now. Our fandom is one of the biggest fandoms ever known. We are the dam King Of Fandoms! (joke intended) We have the ability to do whatever we could imagine. We have the ability to get Rick and Netflix together. We are the Percy Jackson fandom. -The Son Of Poseidon
Petition to Netflix
Tell Netflix to Stop Renting Monkeys for its TV Shows
Netflix’s hit tween show, Alexa and Katie, features a monkey in Season 2, Episode 2. The monkey, named Madison, is shown wearing a cute pink outfit, running around, and playing ball. While this seems harmless, the repercussions of using primate actors are much greater than they may seem. Research shows that when humans and primates are seen together in TV, people are more likely to think of primates as “good pets”. Primates, however, can spread potentially fatal diseases to humans. The Rhesus macaque, a primate that is becoming a more popular exotic pet, is a prime example. A simple scratch could easily spread herpes B, as even captive macaques are likely to have it. Primates frequently suffer grave psychological harms when used for TV. All-too-often, the vital bond between mother and infant is broken when they are taken away for human use. From these traumatic childhoods, primates don’t learn to cope with the burdensome stress of captivity. Instead, they often resort to painful self harm to manage their emotions, such as biting themselves, pulling their own hair, and eating their own feces. Approximately 60% of primate species are endangered. Unfortunately, recent scientific research reveals that simply seeing a primate and a human near each other in the media make people think that these species aren’t endangered. If TV shows continue to show primates interacting with humans, then more people will believe these animals are not in need of our protection. It’s crucial that Netflix stops using primates and weakening conservation efforts. By signing this petition, you can help raise awareness for protecting ourselves, and our closest relatives in the animal kingdom, by encouraging Netflix to cease using primates in their original series.