November 2nd, 2007

MISC // Find Your Stage Door

Jerichon 2008 and an update

Tonight, the Guardians of Jericho officially announced the dates for the 2008 Jericho fan convention. After much debate and a few polls, they've decided on Memorial Day weekend, from May 23-26, 2008. It will once again be held in Oakley, Kansas.

All the info can be found at www.guardiansofjericho.org.

Last year, the folks who went had a great time so if you can make it, I'd definitely recommend it!

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Also, this comm has been kind of quiet lately since there's not a whole lot of news, but the CBS boards are still extremely active and we've been working on quite a few initiatives for promotion and public exposure for the show since the ratings for the seven new episodes will decide Jericho's fate. If anyone wants to get involved, feel free to comment me here or on my journal and I can fill you in...or if you want me to post updates here, that's fine too. 

We have weekly chats in Jeritopia, the CBS Meebo room and Shaun O'Mac's (the radio host who helped get the campaign off the ground) chat. Stop by and say hi!

Don't forget to use Hey! Nielsen to rate and comment your favorite (and not so favorite) television shows. www.heynielsen.com.

Keep voting for Jericho at http://richlabonte.net/tvvote/index.html.

We only have seven episodes to pull in the ratings needed for a Season Three pickup...so I know it seems like a lot, but we've got to be out there spreading the word. Other networks have expressed interest in the show so keeping the fandom active is extremely important. Carol Barbee has said that if the fans keep it up, they'll tell their story somewhere. That's excellent news, but it means we need to be out there, promoting and keeping the fandom going.

Just wanted to give you an update and let you know that if you want, there are still a lot of things you can be doing to fight for Jericho!

And if you haven't already, I definitely suggest you register over on the CBS boards at www.jerichorises.com! We don't bite...I promise!
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TV Writers Strke: What will happen to Jerich

The writers' strike would take an immediate toll on television viewers' favorite programs, dealing a setback to shows that are written day-to-day -- such as Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show" -- as well as scripted programming already underway or about to go into production.

However, Jericho has written and filmed all seven episodes so we may be seeing it sooner than expected

Click the cut below to see where your other favorite shows stand.


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