TV and Movies
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Lucasfilm Ltd
Bring the Old Republic era of Star Wars to Netflix
It's no surprise to anyone that the Star Wars franchise has experienced a massive resurgence lately, with The Force Awakens released last year and this year with the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. However, it's about time that the stories from over 3,000 years before the Battle of Yavin be told to both new and old fans of the franchise. The Knights of the Republic series of games as well as the MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic serve as the main vehicles to tell stories of characters such as Darth Revan, Darth Malak, Bastila Shan, Darth Traya, Meetra Surik, Darth Malgus, Satele Shan, and the list goes on. The popularity of this era in Star Wars history is felt throughout the fanbase, and I feel it would do a massive disservice to us if these stories weren't told. Why Netflix was chosen was because of the wealth of great content they have produced over the years, such as Narcos, House of Cards, and especially everything that Marvel has done and is still currently working on. Not only that, but Netflix can serve as a platform to tell these stories as they were meant to be portrayed: dark, foreboding, and a touch on the mature side. This can also give us fans our healthy dose of Star Wars while we're waiting on the new movies or the new season of Star Wars Rebels. The Old Republic era is a pivotal point in the Star Wars timeline because that's where everything changed, from the Jedi Civil War and the fall of Revan, the First Jedi Purge, and an omnipresent darkness that not only watched the chaos from afar but also kick-started the downfall. Our fanbase would love to see this on Netflix, and I feel that you would enjoy creating and adapting these stories as much as we would enjoy watching them.
Petition to cartoon network, Adult Swim, Christina Miller, Warner Brothers, Glen Murakami, Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, Hynden Walch, DC Entertainment
TEEN TITANS SEASON 6 ON [ADULT SWIM]
Ever since it came out in 2003, TEEN TITANS has been a noticeable cornerstone in how cartoons are to be done. Because of how it was able to balance ACTION, COMEDY, AND DRAMA, this show was a success, earning audience and critical acclaim, earning Annie Award Nominations (I don't know how it didn't win) and still maintaining a broad fan base even to this day. So it is confusing to know that with all of this going for this show, that there was not a Season 6 produced. Where the show left off, there were a lot of unanswered questions that we all sadly didn't get resolutions to. It also sounds weird knowing that there was actual fan outcry begging for the show to be renewed.... only to still be cancelled. Now you may be thinking "It was a long run and it was time to focus on other things". Yes it was a long, going for 65 episodes and a TV movie, which in all honesty is impressive for a show like this. For years we got new shows on the network, some were good, some were meh, but it can be safe to say that they were mostly watchable, which is something good for the network. And then I remember seeing a promo for a new show called TEEN TITANS GO! I admitted I was curious at first, knowing I was a fan of the original show it was kinda odd seeing something that I knew was very different from the original material. But I would be lying if I said I wasn't excited in this show. I even looked it up, and I saw that the original voice actors were back, so that's when I knew for sure that I was going to watch it. Deep down I thought it was going to be like those shows with very cartoony art styles but deep down have a very serious tone like other shows from that time (I'll leave it open so people who see this can make their own examples). When the show finally came out in April of 2013, I had a mixed reaction to what I've watched, but It didn't matter, because I knew that my favorite team of heroes were back on the screen. As I continued to tune in, I began to slowly feel more negative to the show. Watching it was a relieve for my young nostalgia needing mind, but I soon found myself turning back to the original TV Series. And then later, I soon found myself distancing myself from the GO! series all together. As of writing this, I have not seen a new episode for over a year (maybe longer), only catching accidental airings when the DVR gets other shows mixed up. But enough about my experience. I feel that I'm not the only one who has felt the way that they've had because of this show. Some may have taken time while other knew immediately that this show wasn't for them, and that drew attention to the original series as well. I think it is also safe to assume that thanks to GO!, more people know about the original series than before, and I feel this could also be due to the younger audience that got interested in knowing what the original series was given the curiosity and viewership surrounding GO! And that is why I feel it is important to bring it back now, while the fandom of both shows are still showing interest. And how I propose this could be done is by having it run new episodes on [Adult Swim]... more specifically during its TOONAMI Block. Now it may sound strange having a kids show running on a block that mostly has a mature audience, but let us not forget we recently had a show on TOONAMI that A) Got cancelled too soon leaving everything unresolved. B) Has a dedicated fan-base that grew only larger and demanding closure. and C) was able to come back while also making more mature themes while at the same time being open for both young and old fans alike and gather much more acclaim for exploring these themes, and still maintain the level of Comedy, Action, Character Development, and Drama that made us feel close to the main character... And that show was SAMURAI JACK!!!! Samurai Jack when it came back early 2017, was a very different show from it first aired from 2001-2004. We can tell it was more action packed, there were bigger stakes, and more violence that was grounded in reality (MAJOR EXAMPLE BEING HUMAN KILLS AND BLOOD BEING SHOWN). So Samurai Jack is pretty much the best case scenario of a show coming back thanks to fan involvement, and also the creator getting involved saying that he wanted to come back and finish it the way he wanted to. And in a year where it was announced or planned that old NickToons would come back as TV MOVIES (Hey Arnold!, Rocko's Modern Life, Invader Zim), and also another Superhero TV show that aired on the Network coming back in the near future(Young Justice) on what I hope is either the network or on a Digital Platform, It should be considered that the network should bring back its popular shows to feel the true nostalgia for the fans and give fans the closure that they need from the original story the original series told. Now I have to say the decision is not just up to you, but it is also up to the original cast, crew, and creator to see if they have it in them to continue it. But what this petition does is show them all that we're all not done yet. And hopefully after they see this neither are they. Sign this petition to say you want to see a 6th Season of Teen Titans, and share it to everyone you know to help get the word across!!! Hopefully this is enough for Cartoon Network to listen to us!!!
Petition to Pope Francis (VATICAN), Archdiocese of Baltimore, Larry Hogan, C.T. Wilson
Transparency from Archdiocese of Baltimore
The Archdiocese of Baltimore holds documents regarding sexual abuse claims against A. Joseph Maskell. The release of these documents will restore public trust in the Archdiocese, and confirm the Archdiocese statements regarding their handling of the sexual abuse claims. This petition requests that the Archdiocese of Baltimore release their files regarding A. Joseph Maskell, who is now deceased, in an effort to throughly investigate all avenues that may have led to the murder of Cathy Cesnik in 1969.
Petition to Netflix, WGN, Amazon, ion, CW, HuluPlus, NBC, FOX Broadcasting Company
Save Person of Interest!!!
Person of Interest is one of the most unique shows on TV today. It has built a large fan base that reaches from America to China to Turkey to France and everywhere in between. We've built great friendships around this show. It entertains us, thrill's us, makes us cry and makes us laugh. It gives us LGBT representation and gives us some of the truest representations of a mental disorder. We've been fighting to keep this show alive and would love to see another network pick it up, even if it's just for one more season. Don't let a show we love so much disappear. And that includes all characters, Reese, Finch, Fusco, Root, Shaw, and Bear! We want either a redo of season 5, an alternate universe, a spin off, anything where we can have the whole cast return.
Petition to Netflix, Hasbro, Studio Mir
Reboot Bucky O'Hare TV Series.
In 1991, Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars was my favorite cartoon when I was young. Ever since the show got canceled after only just one season because of the low ratings and poor toy sales that didn't make the second wave of the action figures never came out. Many of fans really like to see more Bucky O'Hare. I feel very grateful if Hasbro Studios decided to reboot the cartoon series from the 90's. And perhaps animation studio from South Korea that's brought The Boondocks, The Legends of Korra, and Voltron: Legendary Defender would animated Bucky O'Hare in extremely good quality and good storyline. If you do remember this cartoon especially the cool opening theme song, please share your voice to the fans on social medias about #RebootBuckyO'Hare.
Petition to Haim Saban, Kazunori Ueno, Noriyuki Tada, CEO, Nickelodeon
Power Rangers TV Documentary
"It's Morphin' Time!" - Jason, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (1993) Those immortal words were shouted back in 1993 when Power Rangers first premiered on the Fox Kids Network in late August. For over 2 decades, this TV show had won the hearts of both kids and adults. I started watching this when I was 5 and now I still enjoy it as one of the best action shows ever to reach the highest peak in children's programming. Some of the fans are curious on how it was created. I know that this show was based on a Japanese live-action show called Super Sentai (est. 1975), created by Toei Company with American actors and voices in the scenes around each and every PR season since the beginning. I then already know the difference around each and every episode of the show by the footage they used from Sentai and now everybody would like to see how they've done it from the beginning. I'm making this petition to ask Saban and others that support the franchise to make a Power Rangers 2-part TV documentary. Some fans would like to know how the show was developed from adapting a Japanese action show and turning it into a worldwide pop culture phenomenon in America. It should include interviews from cast members, writers, producers with behind-the-scenes footage, clips & moments from the series; even interviews from fans around the world. This could honor the show's upcoming 25th anniversary a year from now and we must make it a good one for fans to see and learn how it came to be #1. Please sign and share this petition and may the power protect you.#PowerRangersDoc
Petition to NITENDO , Pokémon International, NBC, Robert Greenblatt, The Pokemon Company, Kenji Okubo, Norman J. Grossfeld, Stephen B. Burke
Make Pokemon Live! NBC's next televised musical event
For years, Pokemon International and it's former dubbed supervisors 4Kids has not released Pokemon Live! on home video or DVD. But lately, the cast recordings of Pokemon Live! has been found. On Youtube, Chris Mitchell, a former professional stage manger, has posted the Pokemon Live! show online. And seeing how Pokemon has changed over the years with new characters, it would be nice to show Ash and his previous companions, Misty and Brock and some of the songs that were from the two Pokemon soundtracks: 2.B.A. Master and Totally Pokemon to a new generation of children. After the success of the recent Broadway musicals telecasted live on NBC (The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, The Wiz and Hairspray), it would be very interesting to see how Pokemon Live! would go if NBC developed the show and made some changes in the show to make it suitable for today's audience. The show would open a whole new world to Pokemon fans. Since the Wiz Live! had Stephanie Mills (the original Dorothy of the Wiz) returned as Aunt Em, it would also be interesting to have Veronica Taylor, Eric Stuart and Rachael Lillis (the original voice actors to Ash, Brock, Misty, Jessie and James) in the show as Delica Ketchum, Giovanni and Professor Oak. As for the way Pokemon would be portrayed, they can be acrobats and dancers dressed as Pokemon during flying and swimming stunts. Also, puppets would be used for the main/supporting Pokemon characters like Pikachu, Jigglypuff and Meowth similar to the Avenue Q and The Lion King puppets on Broadway.
Petition to Netflix, DHX Media, The Program Exchange, King Features Syndicate, General Mills
Revived Dennis the Menace (1986 Animated Series) on Netflix with Brand New Episodes.
Over 30th years ago, the animated series of Dennis the Menace was produced by DIC Entertainment (now owned by DHX Media) was aired on television from 1986 to 1988. It's last only two seasons with 78 episodes (234 segments) and continued running in the 90's and 2000's as well. Based on the popular classic comic strip by Hank Ketcham about Dennis Mitchell, a young blond-haired boy with cowlick who gets into numerous scrapes and adventures along his dog Ruff and his friends Joey, Margaret, Gina, Tommy, PeeBee and Jay. Especially he's getting into mischief that's which end up tormenting his hapless and grouchy next-neighbor, Mr. Wilson. Dennis get involved in all kinds of wild and crazy adventures, but always manages to save the day. This popular animated is full with laugh, fun and adventure that catch it everyone's hearts for all ages. But what if American's favorite troublemaker is back for more excitement and more trouble? We fans very like to see this wonderful cartoon returns with brand new episodes for more fun, more adventures and more mischievous. It's not a reboot or remake, it's "REVIVAL"! With same energy, adventurous and humor of Hank Ketcham's spirit, but more advanced animation quality and richer colors in normal 2D traditional hand-drawn like it was before instead crummy CGI or choppy Adobe flash. The opening credits would be re-recorded version of original 80's theme and the closing credits will be new and different segment. Hopefully featuring the new voice casts for Dennis and his gang, plus the returning of the legendary voice actor (Maurice LaMarche from Pinky & the Brain and Futurama) as the voice of Henry Mitchell, Ruff and George Wilson ever since Phil Hartman die in 1998. And (Madeline: Stevie Vallance) as the voice of Martha Wilson and Alice Mitchell. If anybody are biggest Dennis the Menace fans out there, please sign this petition and we'll be extremely grateful if DHX Media, King Features, General Mills and The Program Exchange would bring back Dennis the Menace as the revival series on Netflix and if they could co-production with other animation studios from Japan and: or South Korea to do overseas animated this show. Everybody will enjoy Dennis and the rest lovable characters once again in new episodes and Direct-to-Video movie series. There is no other brats but with a kindhearted like Dennis the Menace.