Should the campaign focus on a made for TV movie?

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Should the campaign focus on a made for TV movie?

Post by PunkMaister » Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:43 pm

I honestly think at this point given the fact that all the cast has effectively long since moved on to other projects that is far more realistic to focus on campaigning for a made for TV movie of the show that would be broadcast by SyFy channel. I think such a project has a far, far better chance of success than a second season which seems highly unlikely at this point. I'm making this suggestion because I love the show and the franchise and would love to have some closure in regards to the new KR08 and a movie could be the answer. I mean they made a movif for Farscape. They also made one for the show Dead like me amongst quite a few succesful examples.

Again just a suggestion.

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Re: Should the campaign focus on a made for TV movie?

Post by Bandit1 » Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:48 pm

what is justin doing now? :?:
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Re: Should the campaign focus on a made for TV movie?

Post by PunkMaister » Tue Nov 17, 2009 6:43 pm

Bandit1 wrote:what is justin doing now? :?:


He is working back at opera soaps where he began in the first place, why? All the others are working on sitcoms, movies etc...

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Re: Should the campaign focus on a made for TV movie?

Post by Solid Snake » Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:25 am

I could not agree more. This would be a great way to continue.
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