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TV and Movies

174 petitions

Update posted 7 days ago

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

Alex Dillard
9 supporters
Update posted 1 week ago

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. 

Sean Horace
77 supporters