Indeed, while Stargate SG-1 lasted a remarkable 10 seasons, that was an aberration in today’s market environment conditions.If readers remember, Stargate SG-1 began on Showtime and was canceled after the fifth season. So, in reality, each studio only had Stargate SG-1 for 5 years. It was a joy working w/ @jaimepaglia & @Eureka Writers, cast & crew! Second Tweet – @jaimepaglia @colinferg @sallirichardson @Airikah Chaira @neilgrayston @niallmatter @Eureka Writers @feliciaday @wilw GR8 TALENTS!As I have shared with you previously, Syfy is not in the business to lose money.But with the cancellation of each show, it seems that a group of fans get together and declare that they are beginning a campaign.The trouble with this is that it becomes somewhat like a street protest.
Usually more than the amount of revenue it may gain through advertising and other means.Now that the very disappointing news is out and all Eureka fans know that the fifth season will be the last, we include some of the many Twitter messages recently shared by the actors on the series as well as other Vancouver area actors and industry people who wanted to express their feelings about the Eureka announcement. Despite the hope among fans that, somehow, the series can be saved, it is very doubtful. xoxo We informed you last week that we were enjoying the current fourth season of Eureka and were looking forward to the fifth (filming now), and were wondering what was up with the reportedly shortened sixth. Within moments of the news, social media was abuzz with talk of fan campaigns to keep the series alive.Fans demonstrate their love for and absolute conviction and loyalty for their favourite show.
A group of people create banners and signs and stand on a street to protest something.
At best, they may get some attention from the decision makers, at worst they cause a disturbance and get arrested. Science fiction shows and their fans in many ways are like sports fans or like a religion.