TVGuide Magazine: Desperately Saving Seeker?

Friday, May 7, 2010 - 12:49 pm

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You gotta love those Legend of the Seeker fans. All over Twitter, Facebook and other interwebby spots, devotees of the now-axed fantasy adventure are getting all Jericho to save their beloved show. Based on Terry Goodkind’s epic Sword of Truth novels and gorgeously shot in New Zealand, LOTS starred Craig Horner—a CW-worthy slice of beekcake with actual acting chops—as a sort of Chosen One destined to save the world from a tyrant of Voldemort proportions. Imagine a less cheesy Hercules. Or a way sexier “Lord of the Rings” (sorry, Hobbit feet are just gnarly). And while it was syndicated, as an ABC Studios production and Disney-distributed property, the show had some major heft behind it and attracted genre faves like Charisma Carpenter, Ted Raimi and Jolene Blalock, as well as Oscar-nominated local Keisha Castle-Hughes. Can the fans’ grassroots crusade work? Who knows. We’ve seen these things come and go every season. But with daily tweets blasting out hashtags like #saveourseeker and an online presence at saveourseeker.com, they sure are making a Legend-ary effort.

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SyFy Article: Fans raise $10K for ads to save Legend of the Seeker

Friday, May 7, 2010 - 11:41 am

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Can an ad campaign save a canceled show? We're about to find out, because Legend of the Seeker fans, hearing that the series wasn't renewed for a third season, have raised nearly $10,000, and used some of it to purchase an ad in Daily Variety.

An additional ad in The Hollywood Reporter is supposedly also being contemplated.

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ABC Studios creates Facebook page for Legend of the Seeker: Responding to fans

Thursday, May 6, 2010 - 12:52 pm

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Responding to fans' determined efforts to be heard about their love for the Legend of the Seeker show, ABC has opened up a dedicated page on Facebook where fans can share comments about the show.

LotS Facebook Topic

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It seems that a fan opened the discussion and not ABC; but still feel free to write your opinion on the message board.

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Thursday, May 6, 2010 - 08:58 am

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