The chances of bringing back a full multi-season television show based on Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth novels have faded mostly because the principal actors have accumulated many commitments over the past four years. But hope has been kept alive by a small cadre of fans who have organized events at conferences, letter writing campaign, and social media collaborations.
More than 15,000 fans have signed a petition for SMGO.TV to win their support for bringing the show back into production. (That link, btw, points to a Google cache image of the page — I am receiving a 502 Gateway error when I try to bring up the page directly).
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If you were debating about whether to show your support for Legend of the Seeker at this year’s Dragon*Con in Atlanta, GA, stop hesitating. Just do it.
Dragon*Con is the largest fan-run science fiction and fantasy convention in the Southeastern United States. Heck, they’ll even tell you they are the largest in North America (well, some people will).
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In case you have been sleeping under a rock, Legend of the Seeker fans will be at Dragon*Con. We invite you to drop by the meetup or fan table and share your thoughts, your memories, and cool LOTS projects you have worked on.
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Yesterday, April 26, was #savetheseeker day on Twitter as far as fans of Legend of the Seeker were concerned. They turned out in force and brought along a lot of friends and new fans to promote the campaign to bring the show back.
Laura (@sot_fan) from Save Our Seeker shared the following screen captures with everyone to show that the Tweets hit the number 3 ranking in the US and number 29 Worldwide.
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The collective tweeting @syfy has now become abusive and Craig Engler is asking fans of Legend of the Seeker to stop pummeling him with Tweets about the canceled show.
The problem is not with the SyFy Twitter account — the problem is that the fans are once again asking an unempowered person to make something happen.
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