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Renew the Dresden Files!

Write SCIFI

A postcard or letter from a fan has a much bigger impact on tv execs than email (I'm told that they assume every letter represents 10,000 viewers who didn't take the time to write in).

Mark Stern, Executive VP Original Programming
NBC Universal/Sci-Fi Channel
100 Universal City Plaza, Bld. 1440, 14th Fl.
Universal City, CA 91608

Bonnie Hammer, President
NBC Universal/Sci-Fi Channel
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10112

Not sure what to say? Here are some suggestions to help you get started:

    • Tell them what you think they are doing right with the show -- developing the characters, including interesting twist on the supernatural elements, compelling storylines, whatever it is that you think is the show's strong suit.

    • Tell them who your favorite character is, and why.

    • Tell them what the show means to you.

    • Tell them what you'd like to see more of in Season Two (more Harry/Murphy, more Harry/Bob, more of Claudia Black's character, etc).

    • Tell them which episode you liked best, and why.

    • If you've gotten other people addicted to The Dresden Files, definitely mention this -- we want them to know that not only is their viewership growing, but that their fans are actively promoting the show for them!

    And of course, end your letter by asking them to please renew the show for a second season.

    What not to put in your letter:

    • Complaints that the show is not like the book

    • Personal insults, angry comments, threats, or sarcastic remarks

    • Complaints about other programs that SCIFI is airing or has aired in the past

    Remember, you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar... polite and positive is the way to go.

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