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I’ve never in my life campaigned for anything, for any cause, and it’s pretty ironic that I’m doing it for the first time for a television programme. But it’s not just a mere tv show: it is material that everyone should at least peek into, because it’s different. Different in a way that content and quality dominate it. It not only entertains, but gives a fair amount of questions to think about, to relate to. And people shouldn’t let something that is culturally so important sink and fade away.
Canceling it is not only a massive loss for those who watch it, of course: actors lose their job, the creators can’t continue to bring into life what they intended to. So if you do something, don’t do it because a small group of people are upset about the decision of the BBC. Do it for the future of the crew and television itself.
The petition in the news:
It had been signed by The Hour’s very own Lisa Greenwood (plays Sissy Cooper) and retweeted by Oona Chaplin (Marnie Madden).
Don’t let the progress stop!
i don’t know why do i care so much, but please reblog this so your followers could see it and sign it.
COME ON!Imagine it was about DW or Sherlock, this is important too.