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Fans of Terminator: TSCC, Begging Sci-Fi Network To Renew Show

Posted by YBMW Staff on May 28th, 2009
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Despite the cancellation of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles by FOX last week, fans of the show are still petitioning online and forming email campaigns for its renewal.

Dedicated and hopeful fans have even started to petition on the Sci-Fi (Syfy) Network, urging the geek friendly network to renew the show, believing that the network has the best chance of saving it.

Hopeful messages similar to the one below have been appearing on forums and chat rooms urging fans to join the resistance:

“SCI-FI NETWORK IS INTERESTED IN RENEWING TSCC S3. HELP THE RESISTANCE SWAY THEM
EMAIL——> feedback@scifi.com and tell them how much you love tscc!!!
HELP SPREAD THE WORD! WILL YOU JOIN US! NO FATE!”

Interesting enough, however, in a recent interview with show creator Josh Friedman regarding the future of the show moving to Syfy or going straight to direct-to-DVD movies, Friedman, still believes that the show is over.

“I know there’s been a lot of talk online about moving the show elsewhere but I’ve said before and I still believe that the show is over,” he says.

“I don’t own it, control it, or have any pull with those who do. James Middleton and I had conversations a while back to do our homework in the case of cancellation and didn’t find anyone receptive to moving it. There has to be a motivated buyer or seller to make it work and currently we don’t have either one.”

To find out more on how you can help the Resistance, visit the forum link over at Sci-Fi to show your support.


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