TV & 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 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 Ted Sarandos, Greg Peters, Kelly Bennett, Netflix (Reed Hastings Chief Executive Officer Netflix Inc.)
Save Stargate Universe
We the audience humbly ask you to consider our case that it would profit both Netflix and MGM Studios to cooperate in reviving the television series Stargate Universe (SGU). Information has emerged subsequent to SGU's cancellation which demonstrates its viewers to be far more numerous than heretofore believed, and ideally suited to become Netflix customers. We hereby petition Netflix to evaluate SGU in this light. As epic space science fiction, SGU has highly focused appeal to a desirable and exceptionally avantgarde demographic: Geeks, technophiles, early adopters--viewers in the coveted 18-49 age range who embrace tomorrow's technology today, and who prefer to watch series via the Internet through gaming consoles, laptops, PCs, smart phones, tablets, iPods, smart TVs, etc. Thus, though the Nielsen ratings measure conventional audiences with laudable accuracy, SGU's uniquely unconventional viewers went largely uncounted, watching in ways and time frames beyond The Nielsen Company's purview. This gave SGU the illusory appearance of unpopularity and skewed its reported demographics. There is considerable evidence that SGU's audience is large, enthusiastic, and still clamoring for the show's return: When Syfy announced SGU's cancellation, the resulting social media firestorm prompted an article by Forbes, and an unprecedented "open letter" from Syfy to fans. The "Save Stargate Universe" Facebook page dwarfs all other "save a series" pages, with over 79,000 followers, and has inspired two more Forbes articles. On July 6, 2012, SGU won five out of the six Constellation Awards that a TV series can possibly win, even defeating the hugely successful Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead in the "Best Series"category by more than five to one. The voting public decides the Constellation Awards. According to Alexa statistics, the Stargate franchise, led by SGU, brings more search traffic to mgm.com than all of MGM's other movies and shows combined. Smart-DVR manufacturer TiVo published an article about the extraordinary popularity of SGU re-runs among its tech-savvy customers. Over 11 million Netflix customer reviews rate the Stargate franchise an average of 4 stars out of 5; over a million of these reviews are for SGU, and rank it the best part of the entire franchise. As you know, each Netflix customer may enter only one rating per series or movie. The fan fiction work "Stargate Universe: The Virtual Third Season" has surpassed 250,000 downloads. Please let SGU be remembered as a pioneer of the Internet television revolution, led by the visionaries at Netflix. All Stargate and Sci-fi Fans should support this petition savesgu.net Special thanks to Blake Linton , Laurence Moroney, Chris Zellmer, Suzanne Phillips, Kelley Hirst, Evgeniya Lazarova, James Hannah, Torben Krogh Madsen and TheDudeDean aka Dean Bairaktaris
Petition to Mr. Peter Rice
Bring back "The Glades"
A dedicated group of fans have been working since August 2013 to have a network renew 'The Glades' previously canceled by A&E. We ask that Fox Networks Group/Fox Entertainment, consider either producing a Season 5, or produce a final movie to finish off the cliffhanger left by the untimely cancelation by A&E.
Petition to The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Add a category to the Oscar Awards, that of Best Blockbuster!
Films with BIG audience appeal should be recognized by a BIG award. This is how it might work: The top 10 films with the greatest audience appeal as measured by worldwide box office receipts would be automatically nominated for a new category titled the Best Blockbuster Award. The Academy voters can select their favorite film from within that list, thus insuring that they consider the fine artistry of blockbusters that are often overlooked. This will greatly appeal to mass audiences because it increases the odds that a film they love will have a chance at a BIG award. They might even be more likely to watch and enjoy the Academy Award Show. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has contributed a great deal to the industry. This is yet another opportunity to do so. Besides, without mega blockbusters, the brilliant filmmakers who create them, the mass audiences that love them, and the money they generate, there would be no Academy and quite possibly no Hollywood. Thank you, Gene Del Vecchio, Adjunct Professor at USC, author of Creating Blockbusters
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.
Petition to The Audiences
Don't listen to film criticism
There's A Disconnect Between Critics And Audiences You may enjoy a movie regardless what the critics say about it we must get the people to know that the criticism not the measure of the quality of movies, it's just the opinions of the critics sign the petition