Thursday, March 6, 2008

Keep It Dark campaign continues Friday, March 7th


The Keep It Dark for Moonlight campaign continues Friday, March 7th, 2008. CBS is only streaming Arrested Development (episode #1x05) on Moonlight's official site. Guess what we are watching tomorrow night?! hahahaha.... This is very important. Streaming video hits are tracked. We want the network to see that huge numbers of viewers are willing to watch our show online. Also, keep asking CBS to add more to the "Full Episode" menu. It would be great if they would put up the last few (Love Lasts Forever #1x11 & The Mortal Cure #1x12 at least) in preparation for the new episodes.

Keep It Dark
TV off ~ snuggled up with Moonlight online
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Central/Mountain
8:00 pm to 10:00 pm Eastern/Pacific

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was wondering if we knew how many hits we were generating with this and whether there was any indication that CBS had noticed?

Is there any way we can find out?

vincenza said...

CBS.com also has the full episode of The Mortal Cure up on the site right now. Maybe more are to follow.....

Anonymous said...

From what I heard CBS is noticing the hits we are generating which is a good thing right. WOW!! CBS put up The Mortal Cure, that's good because it will give a chance for all the newbies to catch up with the episodes, and The Mortal Cure is the last one that aired so like we/they will be ready for the new episodes which will air in April and May. Hopefully they will put Love Last Forever which will be good to.

Anonymous said...

i want to "keep it dark" by watching the episode on cbs.com, but the video isnt playing, and i dont know why, because it normaly works fine. i did send a request to cbs about possibly getting more episodes to watch online

Anonymous said...

I was also unable to get the video to play tonight when I tried to "keep it dark" at 9 est. I tried several times between 9 and 10 without success.

Anonymous said...

What is CBS pulling? I can't stream it either! Do you think they are already frustrated that we are watching their video and not their TV? Maybe our message is getting there---they seem to try to be stopping us---just don't turn on CBS tonite---watch another channel so that they actually LOSE viewers to someone else! Let's keep pulling together!

Anonymous said...

What is CBS pulling? I can't stream it either! Do you think they are already frustrated that we are watching their video and not their TV? Maybe our message is getting there---they seem to try to be stopping us---just don't turn on CBS tonite---watch another channel so that they actually LOSE viewers to someone else! Let's keep pulling together!

YankeeHorses said...

Gee, I can watch NCIS, but when I try to stream Moonlight, nothing happens. I wonder what that means?

Anonymous said...

As the original "Anonymous" on this thread - I guess I got my answer. I am not giving CBS the benefit of the doubt here. I would say this is definitely a response to us eating up their server cycles every Friday night rewatching old episodes online. If so, its appalling customer service and reflects a horrible attitude to their viewers.

I am suggesting anyone who had this experience contacts CBS and complains about it... keep it polite of course, but let them know you were concerned you couldn't get at Moonlight online this week.

Anonymous said...

Hey! I just went to CBS.com to provide feedback on last night unavailable online video and the selection to "watch online" is no longer available. The link has been completely removed.