love11rufus wrote:I was very happy to see so many viewers that had the same feeling as I did about the Eleventh Hour.
love11rufus wrote: Initially I posted a note on Twitter for all EH lovers to protest CBS' cancellation of the show. I've seen their fall line up and evidently in spite of all the correspondence that has been sent and the opinions that have been posted, CBS still does not have EH on it's fall schedule.
love11rufus wrote:I think there are shows that have outlived their time and these are the ones that should be cancelled. If we continue to watch them and keep the rating up, they will never be cancelled. Survivor is top on my list followed by Cold Case, Big Bang and How I met Your Mother. I could go on, however, I would like to point out that CBS made the same mistake with JAG. Viewers were able to get that show back on the air and it was sucessful for many seasons.
They even brought back the "New adventures of Old Christine", which in my opinion could have stayed on the shelf. I don't think CBS gave EH a chance to be successful just as it doomed "The Unit" and "Without a Trace", by continuely changing thier time slots. Some of you may like the shows that I have mentioned and you should continue to watch them . However, If you are watching them out of hahbit and the show no longer interests you, please stop watching.
love11rufus wrote:Also, I hope we all make use of the addresses for CBS and other networks that have been provided. while all the high tech stuff is great, I think spending .42 for a low tech stamp and inundating these stations with letters can be just as powerful. Thanks for reading (listening).
? wrote:I'm sorry to inform everyone, but it will be too hard for me to stop watching CBS entirely. The Late Late Show is the only show that I will ever watch on CBS again. I usually do not get home in time to watch Conan, and I refuse to waste another minute of time watching Jimmy Fallon's disatrous attempt to convince people that he can entertain. I almost feel that watching Craig Ferguson is a betrayal to this cause, but every time he makes a crack at CBS, which is usually on a nightly basis, I can feel somewhat better about watching the guy. It is a short boring story, but he is technically the reason I started watching the Eleventh Hour remake to begin with. My loyalty is to Ferguson, not CBS. He has genuinely earned it, and I am sticking with him...for now. You can believe that I will go to extremes to avoid all sponsors of the Late Late Show though.
BTW, don't worry I am not part of the Nielsen system. CBS gets nothing from moi.
onepercentclub wrote:And I'm not watching any show on CBS again... Since I don't live in the States
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