Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Save Arrested Development!

This is lifted completely from Blogcritics.org -- CNB just wants to get the word out to save this great show. If you don't like it, maybe you just haven't seen it enough. If you have seen it more than once and still don't like it, then CNB can't help you -- you just might be beyond help. Don't worry -- CBS has plenty of crappy sitcoms for you to enjoy.

Fox is apparently at it again, this time in a move that leaves little doubt that Arrested Development's head is on the chopping block.

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Fox Broadcasting Co. plans to shuffle its Sunday comedy lineup in May to make room for the addition of new cartoon "American Dad" on May 1.
As part of the schedule change, the network has opted to reduce the episode order on the Emmy-winning ratings laggard "Arrested Development," but the specifics still are being worked out.
As of May 1, "American Dad" will slide into "Arrested's" 8:30 p.m. slot behind "The Simpsons." For the first three weeks of the month, "Dad" will be followed at 9 p.m. by another original "Simpsons" episode.

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter Seasons don't just get shortened - it is almost always the death knell for a series. What can you do to save the best show on TV? Here are some options:
Sign the petition. Anyone know if these things even work? Probably a long shot, but it's worth a try.

Better yet, send some words . . .
Gail Berman
Fox Broadcasting Entertainment President
Fox Headquarters
10201 West Pico Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90035

Gail Berman, President
Fox Broadcasting Company
P.O. Box 900
Beverly Hills, California 90213
E-mail: gail.berman@fox.com
Extension: 237626
Fox's Viewer Comment Hotline: 1-800-369-6848

Let your voice be heard!! Save the only show worthy of following The Simpsons (even in their prime!)