Thomas Storaï
Thomas Storaï

I signed the petition today. I hope we will get this season 6 and more. As a star wars fan I love this show and I don't want it to be cancelled. There are so many stories left to tell, Disney can't arrive and say we cancel that because they don't like it. This show has the best ratings of Cartoon Network, Disney should see that this show brings them money.

Newton Fueledthesecond

F.U disney for stopping the clone wars.

Steve Iervolino
Steve Iervolino

The show is not in danger of cancellation, making this petition moot.

Maddog Mike Burkhart
Maddog Mike Burkhart
  • Steve Iervolino

You are very wrong

Steve Iervolino
Steve Iervolino
  • Steve Iervolino

No, I'm not. Episodes are in the can already, and Disney has Disney XD as a perfect internal platform for when the CN deal dries up; it's a no brainer for Diz --as long as the show is pulling numbers, that is. This season blew bantha chunks until the final Ahsoka arc, so their adult numbers have dropped, but kiddie viewership is prolly steady. If not, that's the CW team's fault, not Diz'.

Maddog Mike Burkhart
Maddog Mike Burkhart
  • Steve Iervolino

You are very right however the news today is going to make us all mad. I don't care you can still sign.

James Floyd
James Floyd

Mike, you could probably draw more support if you tightened up the language in the message. There's a couple places you could make it look better: It's "Lucasfilm" not "Lucas Film Licensing", and "canon" not "cannon".

Maddog Mike Burkhart
Maddog Mike Burkhart
  • James Floyd

Thank you if you have any other ideas, feel free to help out.

James Floyd
James Floyd
  • James Floyd

perhaps also make sure the show is correctly named: "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and not "Star Wars: Clone Wars" - i know it's a little thing, but every little bit to make it look as polished as can be!

Raymond Hess
Raymond Hess

I just told 75 people.

Maddog Mike Burkhart
Maddog Mike Burkhart
  • Raymond Hess

awesome

Ahsoka Snips Skywalker-tano

I don't want to lose it or Ahsoka.

Jim Hayman
Jim Hayman

One of the many to grow up with is necessary.

Maddog Mike Burkhart
Maddog Mike Burkhart

Thank you guys for signing. Please pass this on to your friends to do the same.

Maddog Mike Burkhart
Maddog Mike Burkhart

Keep up the good work we had a slight spike from yesterday. Lets keep inviting our friends because it doesn't look so good for the show.

Edward Reed
Edward Reed

I can’t imagine we fans would have to actually fight for the show’s survival. I’d say its just a marketing ploy to get publicity and get the fans buzzing about the show. No way Disney wouldn’t take it up and put it on their own channel. (seriously… has the show ever had any ratings issues? its in syndication for cryin out loud so I call bunk) Check the ratings growth just for this month alone:
For the 2nd week February 2013: Star Wars: The Clone Wars Ratings – TVbytheNumbers.
The Saturday...

I can’t imagine we fans would have to actually fight for the show’s survival. I’d say its just a marketing ploy to get publicity and get the fans buzzing about the show. No way Disney wouldn’t take it up and put it on their own channel. (seriously… has the show ever had any ratings issues? its in syndication for cryin out loud so I call bunk) Check the ratings growth just for this month alone:
For the 2nd week February 2013: Star Wars: The Clone Wars Ratings – TVbytheNumbers.
The Saturday morning action-adventure line-up of Beyblade: Metal Fury (8 a.m.), Pokemon BW: Adventures in Unova (8:30 a.m.), Ben 10 Omniverse (9 a.m.) and Star Wars: The Clone Wars (9:30 a.m.) each ranked #1 in their respective time periods among boys 9-14. Compare to the same time period last year, Ben 10 Omniverse and Star Wars: The Clone Wars both grew all kids and boys demos, mostly by double-digits, ranging between 7% and 60%.
August 29th, 2012:
The Season Four finale was the #1 watched telecast of the day versus all of television among boys 9-14, and #1 for its timeslot among boys 6-11.

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