If you're loud enough, you just might manage to save your favorite show.
Hollywood is a brutal industry, and sometimes even the highest-quality shows are subject to unceremonious cancelation.
But even if your favorite niche show (that's definitely the best thing on TV so how come nobody else watches it?) does get nuked, try not to lose hope. If enough people are as passionate about it as you are, band together and combine your powers. Persistence pays off, and if you're loud enough, you just might manage to save your favorite show. After all, there's a lot of precedence for fans saving TV shows.
A teen noir mystery about Kristen Bell being a high schooler and a secret private investigator, Veronica Mars fit perfectly into the classic angsty CW vibe of the mid-2000s. After the show's cancellation in 2007, series creator Rob Thomas wrote a Veronica feature script that Warner Bros. chose not to move forward with. But the idea of a Veronica Mars follow-up movie bubbled in fans' minds for years. So when Kristen Bell launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the movie in 2014, fans raised 5.7 millions dollars to make it happen. Hulu then gave the show another season, because clearly Veronica Mars fans want nothing more than to throw cash at the franchise.
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