29 Sep 2009 10:04
Save The Beautiful Life: Sign The Petition
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CW announced that it was pulling The Beautiful Life
starring Mischa Barton off the schedule and that production would cease immediately. The drama about New
York models became the first cancellation of the 2009-10 season.
To help save The Beautiful Life:TBL sign this petition: click on http://www.petitiononline.com/tblcw321/petition.html
Ways to increase the saving of TBL
If you would like to help some more to support the cause of this
petition, it would be great to take a moment now and send
a quick email
message to let some friends and allies know about it.
Here's some text you can just copy and paste into your own email message
to help spread the word about this petition:
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I have just read and signed the online petition:
"The Beautiful Life: TBL"
hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petition
I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might
agree, too. If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and consider
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IF YOU ARE A MEMBER IN CW ADMINSTRATION OR EVEN THE SITE, SEND THIS LETTER
To: The CW Television Network
Dear The CW,
We have just gotten news
that your show
, The Beautiful Life: TBL, which airs Wednesdays at 9/8c, has gotten cancelled after only two episodes.
As huge fans of the show, we were all shocked and confused as to what
happened. The cast were in the midst of shooting the 7th episode, since
only 6 were completed. We ask you to please re-consider your decision
to cancel the show.
We understand that the ratings haven't been as good as expected. Other
shows you have been airing have also went through a slump, such as
90210 and Gossip Girl
but you have persevered with them. One of the many factors as to why
the show might have slumped in ratings is that it had the same times
lot as Glee, Fox's new hit show with teenagers, the same demographic as TBL.
Another issue might have been the promotion and handling of the show. We feel that the show hasn't been get
ting the best exposure. It's main competition, Glee, had TV spots throughout one of the most watched shows on television, American
Idol, and debuted right after it, with 10 million viewers.
Us fans would be willing to promote the show regularly by word of
mouth, printing advertisments and handing them out, Twitter and other
social networks, and buying the episodes on iTunes. All we ask is that
you re-consider cancelling it and do your part, or at least, air the
remaining 4 episodes that have been shot for them not to go to waste.
really drew us to the CW was it's sometimes relatable storylines, and
sometimes completely over-the-top situations, but we loved most of the
shows, including TBL. If you plan to replace it with reality shows, as
planned, then I, personally, would no longer support the CW since it
would be succumbing to what people expect of it, not want.