History Main / SendingStuffToSaveTheShow

27th May '17 3:59:53 PM nombretomado
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* When ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' was announced for the Japanese UsefulNotes/WiiU VirtualConsole [[NoExportForYou but nowhere else]], fans posted on Miiverse pleading Nintendo to release it in the west. In a later Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced an international release for ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', citing everyone's responses on Miiverse as the reason.

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* When ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' was announced for the Japanese UsefulNotes/WiiU VirtualConsole UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole [[NoExportForYou but nowhere else]], fans posted on Miiverse pleading Nintendo to release it in the west. In a later Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced an international release for ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', citing everyone's responses on Miiverse as the reason.
4th May '17 10:55:06 AM Packer
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* Ever since ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' got canceled by Disney Channel, fans have been endlessly requesting that Creator/{{Netflix}} would pick up the rights to the show to continue it (complete with it's own hashtag for the campaign, [=#GirlMeetsNetflix=]), asking Disney Channel to release the rights so it can be continued there, and some even ask Creator/{{Hulu}} to pick it up.[[note]]Except the show is a hit worldwide for its life lessons, so sending it on Hulu is not a good choice as the service is only available in the US and Japan, unlike Netflix which is available worldwide.[[/note]] Some even plan to send paper airplanes to the three companies involved as a ShoutOut on the transition scenes where Riley throws the paper plane. Even some internet sites [[http://www.justjaredjr.com/2017/01/10/girl-meets-world-fans-rally-netflix-to-pick-up-the-show-girlmeetsnetflix/ noticed the big]] [[http://www.whats-on-netflix.com/news/girl-meets-world-fans-ask-netflix-to-revive-disney-show/ efforts the fandom]] [[http://www.seventeen.com/celebrity/movies-tv/news/a44333/girl-meets-world-fans-think-netflix-is-the-last-hope-to-save-the-show/ is doing]] just to have the show continue. As of the moment, Netflix is planning to discuss the probability of getting the rights from the channel, with most of Netflix's Customer Service representatives encouraging the fans to keep it up.
** When all was said and done, the ploy failed as creator Michael Jacobs took to Twitter to [[https://twitter.com/GMWWriters/status/859787187537141760 proclaim]] that he wasn't able to get another company, Netflix included presumably, to pick up the show.



* Ever since ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' got canceled by Disney Channel, fans have been endlessly requesting that Creator/{{Netflix}} would pick up the rights to the show to continue it (complete with it's own hashtag for the campaign, [=#GirlMeetsNetflix=]), asking Disney Channel to release the rights so it can be continued there, and some even ask Creator/{{Hulu}} to pick it up.[[note]]Except the show is a hit worldwide for its life lessons, so sending it on Hulu is not a good choice as the service is only available in the US and Japan, unlike Netflix which is available worldwide.[[/note]] Some even plan to send paper airplanes to the three companies involved as a ShoutOut on the transition scenes where Riley throws the paper plane. Even some internet sites [[http://www.justjaredjr.com/2017/01/10/girl-meets-world-fans-rally-netflix-to-pick-up-the-show-girlmeetsnetflix/ noticed the big]] [[http://www.whats-on-netflix.com/news/girl-meets-world-fans-ask-netflix-to-revive-disney-show/ efforts the fandom]] [[http://www.seventeen.com/celebrity/movies-tv/news/a44333/girl-meets-world-fans-think-netflix-is-the-last-hope-to-save-the-show/ is doing]] just to have the show continue. As of the moment, Netflix is planning to discuss the probability of getting the rights from the channel, with most of Netflix's Customer Service representatives encouraging the fans to keep it up.
23rd Apr '17 2:36:02 PM nombretomado
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22nd Apr '17 4:35:58 PM TheBonkBox
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* ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' campaign group Operation Head Pigeons and convention company Wasabi Anime joined forces for a letter writing campaign titled Project Massive. Invadercon II: Doomcon attendees sent letters to Nickelodeon with proof of donations to New York based charity Toys of Hope in lieu of physical items. Subsequently the mailing address went online for a second phase not requiring a donation, with visible Twitter based support from Creator/RichardStevenHorvitz and Rikki Simons (voices of Zim and Gir respectively). The show cancelled midway second season, contrary to popular belief, solely due to Viacom's budget cuts after their stock fell. It remained out of production all these years because an enthusiastic (once again contrary to popular belief) Creator/JhonenVasquez wants the show to return in its full budget glory and no less than that. OHP awaits results from Viacom AND further minor updates from Nick New York press department's Katelyn Balach, who allegedly agreed to collect and present the letters to the powers that be. In 2015, a comic series was announced, and the show enjoys syndication on Nicktoons fairly regularly. In April 2017, it was announced that there would be a new made-for-TV movie that would air the same weekend as the new Hey Arnold! Jungle Movie (see above).



* ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' campaign group Operation Head Pigeons and convention company Wasabi Anime joined forces for a letter writing campaign titled Project Massive. Invadercon II: Doomcon attendees sent letters to Nickelodeon with proof of donations to New York based charity Toys of Hope in lieu of physical items. Subsequently the mailing address went online for a second phase not requiring a donation, with visible Twitter based support from Creator/RichardStevenHorvitz and Rikki Simons (voices of Zim and Gir respectively). The show cancelled midway second season, contrary to popular belief, solely due to Viacom's budget cuts after their stock fell. It remained out of production all these years because an enthusiastic (once again contrary to popular belief) Creator/JhonenVasquez wants the show to return in its full budget glory and no less than that. OHP awaits results from Viacom AND further minor updates from Nick New York press department's Katelyn Balach, who allegedly agreed to collect and present the letters to the powers that be. As of 2015, a comic series has been announced, which will likely be a continuation of the series. The show enjoys syndication on Nicktoons fairly regularly.

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* ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' campaign group Operation Head Pigeons and convention company Wasabi Anime joined forces for a letter writing campaign titled Project Massive. Invadercon II: Doomcon attendees sent letters to Nickelodeon with proof of donations to New York based charity Toys of Hope in lieu of physical items. Subsequently the mailing address went online for a second phase not requiring a donation, with visible Twitter based support from Creator/RichardStevenHorvitz and Rikki Simons (voices of Zim and Gir respectively). The show cancelled midway second season, contrary to popular belief, solely due to Viacom's budget cuts after their stock fell. It remained out of production all these years because an enthusiastic (once again contrary to popular belief) Creator/JhonenVasquez wants the show to return in its full budget glory and no less than that. OHP awaits results from Viacom AND further minor updates from Nick New York press department's Katelyn Balach, who allegedly agreed to collect and present the letters to the powers that be. As of 2015, a comic series has been announced, which will likely be a continuation of the series. The show enjoys syndication on Nicktoons fairly regularly.
15th Apr '17 6:34:42 PM nombretomado
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* Fans of the pre-Paul F. Tompkins multi-comedian version of ''BestWeekEver'' have discussed sending cans of soup to VH-1, the point being that we already have ''TheSoup'', we don't need another one-host pop culture mocking clip show.

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* Fans of the pre-Paul F. Tompkins multi-comedian version of ''BestWeekEver'' ''Series/BestWeekEver'' have discussed sending cans of soup to VH-1, the point being that we already have ''TheSoup'', ''Series/TheSoup'', we don't need another one-host pop culture mocking clip show.
26th Mar '17 9:54:25 AM Werebazs
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* After ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' was cancelled in 2013, fans organised letter writing campaign with beads attached to the letters, in reference to the character Ahsoka Tano, who [[spoiler: departed from the Jedi Order in the season 5/series finale, which aired just a few days before the announcement]]. Since Dave Filoni stated in the announcement that some episodes were still going to be finished, it's unclear how much affect the campaign had in the completion of an additional 13 episode final Season, however both him, and various others involved in the production claimed that they wouldn't have been able to finish this much, without the support they got from the fans.
20th Mar '17 5:01:46 PM nombretomado
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* Not just letters and posters of fan-arts, but a small group of fans actually held ''rallies'' located around major {{Nickelodeon}}-based networks for years to try and convince the big wigs to bring back the [[ScrewedByTheNetwork canceled]] ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. No dice. But they haven't given up yet.

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* Not just letters and posters of fan-arts, but a small group of fans actually held ''rallies'' located around major {{Nickelodeon}}-based {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}-based networks for years to try and convince the big wigs to bring back the [[ScrewedByTheNetwork canceled]] ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. No dice. But they haven't given up yet.
21st Jan '17 5:43:43 AM arnoldmcguire335
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** When all was said and done, however, Netflix decided [[http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/girl-meets-world-netflix-not-interested-fourth-season-cancelled-series/ they weren't interested]] in picking up the show and it remains undetermined if another platform would give it a shot.
20th Jan '17 3:06:41 AM Packer
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** When all was said and done, however, Netflix decided [[http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/girl-meets-world-netflix-not-interested-fourth-season-cancelled-series/ they weren't interested]] in picking up the show and it remains undetermined if another platform would give it a shot.
11th Jan '17 5:07:55 PM arnoldmcguire335
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* Ever since ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' got canceled by Disney Channel, fans have been endlessly requesting that Creator/{{Netflix}} would pick up the rights to the show to continue it (complete with it's own hashtag for the campaign, [=#GirlMeetsNetflix=]), asking Disney Channel to release the rights so it can be continued there, and some even ask Creator/{{Hulu}} to pick it up.[[note]]Except the show is a hit worldwide for its life lessons, so sending it on Hulu is not a good choice as the service is only available in the US and Japan, unlike Netflix which is available worldwide.[[/note]] Even some internet sites [[http://www.justjaredjr.com/2017/01/10/girl-meets-world-fans-rally-netflix-to-pick-up-the-show-girlmeetsnetflix/ noticed the big]] [[http://www.whats-on-netflix.com/news/girl-meets-world-fans-ask-netflix-to-revive-disney-show/ efforts the fandom]] [[http://www.seventeen.com/celebrity/movies-tv/news/a44333/girl-meets-world-fans-think-netflix-is-the-last-hope-to-save-the-show/ is doing]] just to have the show continue. As of the moment, Netflix is planning to discuss the probability of getting the rights from the channel, with most of Netflix's Customer Service representatives encouraging the fans to keep it up.

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* Ever since ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' got canceled by Disney Channel, fans have been endlessly requesting that Creator/{{Netflix}} would pick up the rights to the show to continue it (complete with it's own hashtag for the campaign, [=#GirlMeetsNetflix=]), asking Disney Channel to release the rights so it can be continued there, and some even ask Creator/{{Hulu}} to pick it up.[[note]]Except the show is a hit worldwide for its life lessons, so sending it on Hulu is not a good choice as the service is only available in the US and Japan, unlike Netflix which is available worldwide.[[/note]] Some even plan to send paper airplanes to the three companies involved as a ShoutOut on the transition scenes where Riley throws the paper plane. Even some internet sites [[http://www.justjaredjr.com/2017/01/10/girl-meets-world-fans-rally-netflix-to-pick-up-the-show-girlmeetsnetflix/ noticed the big]] [[http://www.whats-on-netflix.com/news/girl-meets-world-fans-ask-netflix-to-revive-disney-show/ efforts the fandom]] [[http://www.seventeen.com/celebrity/movies-tv/news/a44333/girl-meets-world-fans-think-netflix-is-the-last-hope-to-save-the-show/ is doing]] just to have the show continue. As of the moment, Netflix is planning to discuss the probability of getting the rights from the channel, with most of Netflix's Customer Service representatives encouraging the fans to keep it up.
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