TV and Movies
Petition to Netflix
Bring Back Danny Masterson
Danny has been wrongfully fired and removed from the Ranch due to unfair and unproven allegations against him that he has strongly denied. Our actors are being fired over allegations that have been unproven. We need to stop this before it ruins Hollywood. The show will not be the same without him each person has the right to due process and innocent until proven guilty. Save this show and save his career!!
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 TNT
Renew The Librarians for a 5th (and longer) season
If you're like me, you love TNT's smash hit The Librarians but you probably also noticed that they've aired a couple of doubled-up episodes this season and I heard a rumor that that might mean they might be thinking about canceling the show. Well, regardless of whether that rumor is true, I figured better to be safe than sorry so here's 5 reasons why it should have a fifth season 1. It's optimistic: Due in part probably to the massive success of stuff like Game Of Thrones, it seems like everybody and their brother (even in previously optimistic franchises like the DCU and Star Trek) is deciding to go dark and edgy and, well, this Tumblr post says it best writers: how are we gonna top ourselves! we got tons of exciting stuff in store!! at least eleven big bads this season!!!! whos gonna survive who won’t????!! 3 love triangles and 2 quadrangles!!!! me: I’ll Pay You 5$ To Let The Characters Just Simply Talk To Each Other For Once While I admit The Librarians might somewhat be guilty of as much of that as can fit in a ten-episode season (and I respect what of that wasn't just done for shock value because it all had its narrative purpose), I still want the kind of show where Big Bads can be defeated by singing or the literal power of friendship and it still be a show meant for adults or that can have lines like "Please don't fangirl over the archvillain". It's a welcome breath of fresh air and deserves to stay that way 2. It's diverse: Some people might see this as a bit of a millennial snowflake reason but I think representation really matters and this show has that in spades. Sure, it only has one series regular of color but representation is about more than race for it also has a canonically neurodivergent queer woman (and if TNT cancels this show because of Cassandra's queerness like I heard rumored, it'd brand them homophobes and completely hurt their brand given the state of internet politics and this show's steadfast fandom) and the first "vaguely-autistic-coded-loner-genius-who-fights-crime-with-a-found-family" I've seen who's a humanities genius instead of yet another genius scientist or cold reader/observer, which, as an autistic art history major (who can therefore relate to two of the main characters on the show if not three), makes me very very happy 3. It's geeky and nerdy: It's often the case that when making a show that's intended to appeal to the intellectually-inclined, the writers kinda bullshit the science and make it quasi-not-accurate-but-sounding-science-y-enough-to-seem-accurate and throw in a bunch of geeky references to stuff like Star Trek to appease the kind of people who'd get offended at the scientific inaccuracy (yes, I am vagueing about what you think I am). However, though we can give it a bit of leeway due to the fantasy nature of the show, The Librarians generally gets the actual science it uses pretty darned accurate. It isn't just nerdy that way though, featuring a lot of neat facts and references (and some things that for all I know are facts and are just being covered up if you know what I mean) relating to everything from history to art to literature to mythology (subjects that shows don't often show as "nerdy"). It does include its fair share of geeky pop culture references (to such things as Star Trek, Doctor Who and Back To The Future) but it does it in a tasteful way 4. It's rather unexpectedly inspirational/powerful: This doesn't just include the various episodes' positive morals (ranging from "true love can transcend time" to "life with no consequences would be absolute crap" to "true friends put each other before their own success" and that's just in season 2) but also it's powerful in how it values intelligence. A lot of kids who'd perhaps otherwise grow up thinking their lack of a magical childhood or ancient prophecy concerning them or whatever means they can't be a hero like they read about would be inspired to perhaps pursue careers in fields similar to the many expertises of the Librarians because theirs is a kind of chosen-one-ness where you don't have to have non-human parents or whatever to potentially be a hero like them, just be super hecka smart 5. It means a lot to me as an Oregonian: Anyone else getting sick of crime shows all seemingly set in either LA or New York City and sitcoms that aren't set there set in some podunk middle America town that might not even exist in the real world? Well, for those that want a breath of fresh air, The Librarians not only offers fantastical flights of fancy but is set all over the world though the team is headquartered in Portland, Oregon. Despite the globe-trotting settings, a lot of the show is actually also filmed in Oregon which gives a significant boost (both in tourism/economy stuff and the recognition factor/the feeling that for all we know the show's just plausible deniability for an actual squad of weirdness-hunters on Portlanders' proverbial doorstep) to an area that might not otherwise get it for it's the only Oregon-filmed show I know of that's still on the air since the recent cancellation of Grimm
Petition to Hulu, BBC
Bring Doctor Who Onto HULU
Hey everyone Lords & Ladies Of Fantasy Page here with another request from a fan. So here is the below petition. #LordsAndLadiesOfFantasyPage Several years ago, Doctor Who was removed from Netflix, depriving fans of the ability to watch it without buying individual seasons! Doctor Who is barely getting any new fans because they don't have anywhere to binge watch it to catch up, and why purchase a whole season if something you haven't seen if there is a possibility you won't love it? (Pretty much everyone loves Doctor Who but there are some people who have a hard time getting into the first season) I propose that HULU takes Doctor Who, all of the past seasons leading up to season 11, and air episodes of Season 11 the next day! I am not talking about adding it to showtime or starz or HBO. I'm talking about adding it to the main HULU page. You will get tons of people paying for Hulu just to watch Doctor Who, I guarantee it!!!!! As well as tons of new fans giving this amazing show a chance! Please sign if you agree! And join our Doctor Who Discussion and Activity group Whovian Wonderland
Petition to Sam Register, DC Comics, Warner Brothers, Michael Jelenic, David Slack, Glen Murakami, Linda M. Steiner, Sandra Schwartz, Bruce Timm, Tramm Wigzell
Make My Teen Titans Sequel Series Bible Pitch Official.
So the rumors have spread from a comment at Wondercon that the Teen Titans could come back. There’s not anything concrete yet but the voice cast have expressed interest in a new Teen Titans project once Teen Titans Go! comes to an end. Tara Strong is happy to even do a Teen Titans On Ice! even so it’s a start. I have been doing research on some of the history of DC Comics as well studying what the fans want these days. I know I’m an amuetur but many of big time producers, artists and/or writers got their start somewhere so I shouldn’t I give it a try?
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 Thunderbird Entertainment, YTV , Dan Signer, Netflix
Some Assembly Required Reunion
The YTV/Netflix original TV sitcom Some Assembly Required had been an enormous show for me to watch on my streaming console and I'd never seen one like that until I started watching it during the summer of 2017. Then, I've learned from the show's production company Thunderbird that they’re no longer doing production ‘cuz it was done after three seasons on the air in Canada and I was thinking of helping them with 1 episode, but it was too late. I know how it feels for them to end a fun show, but things change. Here’s the real thing on an episode that could’ve been made for the show. I was thinking months later if they’d do an episode with a spoof on The Wizard of Oz and the SAR cast as corresponding characters from the movie like: Geneva Hayes (Sydney Scotia): Dorothy Jarvis Raines (Kolton Stewart): Scarecrow Bowie Sherman (Harrison Houde): Tin Man Aster Vanderburg (Travis Turner): Cowardly Lion Piper Gray (Charlie Storwick): Good Witch Malcolm “Knox” Knoxford (Dylan Playfair): Emerald City Guard Candace Wheeler (Ellie Harvie): Wicked Witch of the West P. Everett Knickknack (Russell Roberts): The Great & Powerful Oz Think about it and if this involves a reunion movie, I want to help bring this plot to it and would be enjoyable for fans to watch especially me. If you'd agree on this, then we can ask Netflix, Thunderbird, & YTV to make this happen with the right amount of signatures in this petition. So, if you really enjoyed the show nationwide, please support this and don't worry about what they're about to say. This is gonna be a great one for us to see. Let's make this grow with your voice heard for the show and make this work for any fan who watches Some Assembly on Netflix or YTV with brains, heart & courage. Sign the petition! #SomeAssemblyOz #SomeAssemblyReunion