I meant to write a follow up sooner than this but I had to attend HallowCon 2015 last Saturday and then I had to catch up on a number of projects for work. Still, it’s not too late to say something about All Seeker’s Eve 2015.
As you can see for yourselves, we had a lot of Tweets and Retweets: #allseekerseve on Twitter.
The pictures, fan art, and videos were incredible. And just seeing so many fans enjoying the Tweets was a really great feeling. I know some people used All Seeker’s Eve to lobby Netflix to bring back episodes. I hope that helped out.
A lot of people shared good wishes with Bridget Regan, Craig Horner, and other cast members, too. It has been five years since the show went off the air and I know a lot of people have lost heart and moved on. But Star Trek fans, Star Wars fans, and Firefly fans (to name just a few) have never forgotten the shows they fell in love with.
You see people continue to express their creativity all over the Web. This blog will stay active as long as I can find something to write about (and time to share it). I hope many of you feel the same way too because a lot of people are still just discovering the show now.
We’ll do this again next year, and the year after that. I want All Seeker’s Eve to become a tradition that doesn’t wait on me to make an announcement. Just plan to do it. And tell your friends to do it.
Meanwhile, if Laura needs help getting the word out about anything new, she knows I’ll be there for the fans.
If you are in Houston, TX or heading to Houston for ComicPalooza 2015 then be sure to visit the Legend of the Seeker fan table organized by Bethany Griffith of Confessed4Life. A few more details are available on Facebook.
Sam Raimi was the Executive Producer for Legend of the Seeker. He is currently the person in whom the LOTS fan community is most interested because Sam has the clout and the experience to make a killer movie. He did a great job with three “Spider-man” movies and he did a great job with “Oz the Great and Powerful”. So no one can say that Sam Raimi doesn’t know how to make major box office hits. Earlier this year Craig Horner told fans that “There’s more chance of a #LOTS film than a third season and Sam Raimi could make it happen.” Continue reading “Tell Sam Raimi You Want a Legend of the Seeker Movie”
There is a convergence in the Fandom. A very unintentional but nonetheless timely convergence, I might add. I have been devoting so much time for work projects the last few months I haven’t really made time for my fandom interests. It takes a lot of work for me to mount a Legend of the Seeker fan promotion campaign, for example. And sometimes it just takes a lot of work for me to participate in the online discussions I enjoy, whether I am posting in forums, writing blog posts, or sharing things on social media services like Twitter and Facebook. “If only I had enough time to prepare,” I keep telling myself.
Continue reading “New Mission: All Seeker’s Eve October 2014”
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).
Continue reading “Legend of the Seeker Fans Asking Sam Raimi Directly for a Movie”