Thursday, June 12, 2008

San Francisco Moonlight fan rally ~ Saturday, June 14th


Can't turn my brain off. I thought I would spend a little time with Moonlight and you :)

Plus..... there is great positive news to pass on. As you know, there are Moonlight fan rallies planned all over the country this Saturday. The San Francisco Bay gathering is already receiving wonderful press attention from InsideBayArea.com.

“Moonlight” Fans Refuse To Give Up
By Chuck Barney

You’ve gotta love those “Moonlight” fans. They refuse to take “you’re canceled” for an answer.

After the vampire drama was axed in May by CBS, the loyalists bore their fangs and rallied together in hopes of bringing the show back from the dead, a la “Jericho” last summer. They’ve put out ads. They’ve had blood drives. Now they’re having a series of picnics, including one right here in the East Bay.

The event is set for Saturday at the Berkeley Marina in Caesar Chavez Park and it will run from noon to 3 p.m. Lynne T., one of the organizers, says everyone is welcome to attend and admission is free. They’re also promising free food and entertainment.

In addition to the event in Berkeley, there are picnic rallies scheduled this weekend in New York’s Central Park, downtown Orlando, Portland, Dallas, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles.

The picnics are all part of a grssroots campaign targeting the Sci-Fi Network to pick up the show and DirecTV to underwrite production costs. For more info on the campaign, click here.

http://www.ibabuzz.com/tvfreak/2008/06/11/moonlight-fans-refuse-to-give-up/

Here are the details again for the San Francisco, California area get together ~

Ceasar Chavez Park at Berkeley Marina
Saturday, June 14th, 2008
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
San Francisco, CA
Contact Elia elia22@yahoo.com

2 comments:

Lyn said...

Moonlight-United is reporting that TNT is definitely interested in our show. There is contact info over there -- online and snail -- please nip over and take a look and respond today if you can.

Anonymous said...

My spirits are always lifted when I read about all of wonderful, positive things we fans are doing to keep MOONLIGHT alive. I sent a snail mail letter and several emails to Sci-Fi but did I not read somewhere that Sci-Fi had passed on our show?