Sunday, 31 October 2010

Last post for October

Here in the UK, today is officially the first day of winter. British Summertime ended at 2 this morning. It's also the last day of October so I thought it was a good time to post this, to remember what we want and why we want it...


The long days of winter are upon us which means we'll miss Seeker even more. Keep fighting peeps, we can do it, as long as we do it together!

LotS musical - Abba style!

This video is absolutely hilarious! Thanks to allpassionspent for putting it together

Cara // Kahlan ; {The Musical! Legend of the Seeker} ; mamma mia

Battle of the Craigs

Sometimes we Seekers focus so much on the attributes of 'our Craigee' that we forget there is another Craig in Legend of the Seeker; Darken Rahl AKA Craig Parker.

Craig P plays the evil Darken so well that it can be difficult to see these attributes. But they are definitely there.

So if we look at the two of them from a purely physical viewpoint, which one would you vote for?





Craig H


Craig P

No when it comes to them in character I'd have to say Richard. But when it comes the actors themselves I admit I am torn. What do you say?

Reason we fight - Cara

Cara and the rhyming dactylic tetrameter! Sounds so gruesome but we still love her

Thanks to achrischan for the video


Friday, 29 October 2010

LotS - A clip

This is a clip from Season 1 Episode 'Conversion', where Kahlan first goes into the ConDar. Love it!

Morning Devotions

It's Friday, it's time for another new pic of our Craigee..


Thursday, 28 October 2010

For the lulz

Want a giggle? Watch this Halloween Seeker video

Thanks to Shanaem for the vid

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

This weeks JBC

For this weeks JBC the team are asking us to vote in the People's Choice Awards instead of writing letters.

This is a great chance to bring LotS to the attention of a much wider audience so it's worth doing. Not to mention it's free and if you vote as a guest you can vote as many times as you want!

Categories are:

Favourite Scifi/fantasy show'.
Favourite drama
Favourite drama actor
Favourite drama actress
Favourite TV guest Star
Favourite TV obsession

Let's get voting!

Click here to vote

Our Craigee: A poll

Since he first chopped his way into our heart's, Craig's image, or rather his hair, has changed a little. Ok, a lot.
My question is, which is his better look - short, long, or in the middle?

His first look, short...

Season 2 look, a little longer...

And his newest pic, long...

What do you think, is he better short or long?

Morning Devotions

Ok, so this isn't actually a shot of Richard but it IS a new shot of our Craigee. Sigh, he is still so delicious and I love the stubble and the little hint of a smile.

Monday, 25 October 2010

Heartbreaking moments

I wanted to cry in this episode. Again. This shot of Kahlan's anguish at the destruction of the Forest of the Nightwisps really sums it up.

New drawing from Renata

Seekers talk..

Love it Renata, thanks for keeping them coming!

Morning Devotions

Monday morning = abs. Nicely toned, defined abs in close up..

Saturday, 23 October 2010

Autographed posters on Ebay

The SOS team have two LotS posters coming up on Ebay - one signed by Craig Horner, one signed by Craig Parker, Bruce Spence and Dayna Chiplin

Legend of the Seeker Poster Autographed by Craig Horner

Legend of the Seeker Poster, original autograph by Craig Horner.
Approx. Size: 27 x 40 inches - 69 cm x 102 cm (portrait)
Starting price: USD $20
This autographed poster was donated to the Save Our Seeker campaign by a generous fan.

Legend of the Seeker Poster Autographed by Bruce Spence, Craig Parker, and Dayna Porter-Chiplin
Legend of the Seeker Poster, original autographs by Bruce Spence, Craig Parker, and Dayna Porter-Chiplin.
Poster was a special order to display during Dayna's stunt workshop at RingCon 2010. Autographs were also collected at RingCon.
Approx. Size: 48.6 x 30.7 inches - 123.5 cm x 78 cm (landscape)
Starting price: USD $35
NOTE: This item will be shipped from Germany.
NOTE: Shipping/Handling/Customs/and any other incurred shipping costs will be the responsibility of the winner. Cost is based on winner's location.

See original post here

Friday, 22 October 2010

Why I love LotS

I have always been a fan of fantasy. Some of my earliest memories are of reading Peter Pan & Wendy and the Tim & the Hidden People series at primary school.
It fascinated me - these other worlds, with their unusual people and magic powers. Maybe I just like the idea of magic, of being able to do something that would always be impossible in the real world.

As I grew up I moved onto epic series like Terry Brooks Shannara series and David Eddings' Belgariad.
These worlds were so real to me that I felt they were infinitely better than the boring one I lived in. The characters were brave, romantic and much more interesting than real people. They rode horses and galloped across the perfectly described landscapes. They fought evil beasts and demons, went on dangerous quests and risked their lives for the good of mankind.

I devoured them all. Borrowed them from the library, bought them with my paper round money, was given then for Christmas and birthdays. Every Christmas photo of me up until I left home was obscured by a book in front of my face.

As an adult I discovered the wonders of Raymond E Feist and his Midkemia/Kelewan sagas.
And I read and re-read Harry Potter.

It wasn't just books of fantasy that I loved though, it was films and TV series too. You name it, I'd watch it. Anything with a bit of the magical and mysterious. I nearly cried when Buffy came to an end and spent a fortune paying the fines for all the videos I forgot to return.

And then came Legend of the Seeker.

This had everything I had ever loved, right from the beginning. Brave Kahlan, galloping through the beautiful lands of the Midlands, pursued by evil soldiers, forced to watch her sister die to reach a man who was destined to save the world. What's not to love?

I've always been a sucker for great costumes and the fabulous flowing Confessor dress is now a dream for me to one day own.

Evil villain Darken Rahl was someone I could hate and revile.

The Seeker, Richard Cypher, was not only brave but beautiful with a body we got to see a fair bit of.

And the Wizard of the First Order, Zeddicus Z'ul Zorander was wise, funny and extremely powerful.
That first blast of wizard fire was breathtaking.

And then in Season 2 they gave us Cara. A complex woman, who we should have hated but instead fell for as she struggled to find her stolen humanity.Not to mention she wears skin tight red leather.

We encountered dangerous beasts, vengeful ghosts, mind blowing magic and romance in every episode. This was a world I could see and believe in.
I watched both seasons in less than a week.
And then discovered to my horror that it's short sighted network would not renew so the magical journey was over.

Save Our Seeker is the only campaign to save a TV show I have ever joined. I have heard about others but never felt the need to join any of them.
This show is different. I NEED to help save it. It touched my heart and my soul in a way no other show has eve done.
And it deserves another shot.

Morning Devotions

I feel like a bit of back today. A nice, muscled, toned back. Mm mm mmm.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Morning Devotions

Slightly battered but still absolutely gorgeous

I really do think he is the most beautiful man in the world

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Nominate Seeker for the People's Choice Awards.

There are several categories that we can nominate it for, most important being 'Favourite Scifi/fantasy show'.

Others are:

Favourite drama
Favourite drama actor
Favourite drama actress
Favourite TV guest Star
Favourite TV obsession

This is a great opportunity to raise LotS' profile and get it to the attention of the masses.
You don't have to register and you can vote as many times as you like!

Click here to vote

Morning Devotions

Let's have a close up of those abs..


Monday, 18 October 2010

More pics from RingCon

Sandra H was kind enough to share her photos with us. There are far too many to show them all here but here's a couple:

The delectable Craig Parker..

Seeker fans and Dayna..

Aren't they brilliant? See the rest of the pics here

This weeks JBC

always remember...

Your letter can simply be a brief note, so long as it is clear you want more Legend of the Seeker. ;)
Postcards are both cheap and very effective.
Be polite in your letters. The person who will read them didn't cancel our show, so we shouldn't treat them as if they did.
If possible, try to argue that Legend of the Seeker would greatly benefit all parties involved in its resurrection. State that even with poor time slots, lack of promotion and erratic airing schedules, the series still managed to gain millions of dedicated followers. If given a chance, it could be one of the most popular shows currently on television!

Contacts for the week of October 18th-23rd:

Chris Albrecht [CEO & President]
Ray Milius [SVP of Programming Operations]
Stephan Shelanski [EVP of Programming]
Nancy Silverstone [VP Program Acquisitions]
Starz Entertainment
8900 Liberty Circle
Englewood, CO 80112

Darren Throop [President & CEO]
Lara Thompson [SVP, Worldwide Acquisitions]
Charlotte Mickie [EVP International Sales and Acquisitions]
E1 Entertainment
175 Bloor Street East
Suite 1400
Toronto, ON M4W 3R8

Please check back later as we continue to publish the schedule. If you would like to send more letters this week, you can find a history of the JBC calendar here.
Thank you for your participation. With your continued help we will succeed!

Morning Devotions

It's Monday morning. Abs are needed.

Aw, isn't he just the cutest!

Sunday, 17 October 2010

Request for Sydney Armageddon

Sydney's annual Armageddon convention is coming up and we want Seeker cast to be there! In line with our aims to get as much visibility for the show as possible, we want to ask you all to request the Seeker cast to the convention organiser.

The contact form is here
Write 'Sydney Armageddon' in the subject box and select 'General Enquiry' in the Enquiries drop down box.

That's all. It's quick, esy and won't cost you a penny. So let's get requesting!

New campaign idea

This one is a direct response to 'that' wording on the Season 2 DVD cover. You know the one I'm talking about.

Here's the basic idea:

1.) If you have not bought season 2, have an autographed copy or don't want to part with yours...then buy another one

2.) Take your outer box cover and "alter" it. In other words, tape, scratch out, etc the "and final" on the front. Show your frustrations, but DO NOT be a jerk. No nasty language, anything obscene or offensive. That will not have the desired effect and will make the rest of us look bad. Don't do it. Below are some examples (thanks to Aci!) - these can also be used instead of an actual box if you have an autographed copy or don't have season 2 yet (I refer you back to number 1...BUY IT).

3.) Include a picture of yourself with a Save our Seeker sign or some other way to designate you as a fan and/or a letter to Disney (Pictures are best). Stuff the box full of postcards ( When You Wish Upon a Star thread), letters, the printed box covers below...whatever. BUT not send anything else. We want to be consistent.

4.) Send it to Disney/ABC. They should receive these November 10-12th. So plan your mailing accordingly!

The addresses:

Paul Lee
Disney-ABC Television Group
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521

Janice Marinelli
Disney-ABC Television Group
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521

Anne Sweeney
Disney/ABC Domestic Television
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521

Some examples:

Let's get going and send those words back to them!

See the original post here

Video from RingCon

Dayna gives a shout out to the Seeker fans and SOS! We knew she was a good woman

Thanks to NEGATIVideo for the video

Saturday, 16 October 2010

Pics from RingCon

Dayna in the Confessor dress:

Craig Parker:


Another Bruce:

Thanks to Spirit for sharing the photos, the rest of us are so jealous!

See the original post here

Friday, 15 October 2010

News from Bruce!

Greg612 is at RingCon (the lucky devil) and tweeted these words from our beloved Zedd:

For all the seekers,Bruce Spence told us something about the show at Ringcon today:"I know a lot of people says, it's dead, but no it's not"

I don't mind admitting I squeed a little at this :)

Thanks for the update Greg!

See his tweet here

Zedd wristbands are here!

Black on yellow they are a great additions to the Kahlan and Cara bands. The charity for this set is Oxfam international, to assist with their emergency program to provide support to Niger and Mali.

UK site here
US site here

Learn more about Oxfam here

Morning Devotions

It's still morning in the US!

He still looks great as a blonde. Sigh. We miss you Craig, please come out and play soon!

Thursday, 14 October 2010

A fanvid showcase.

A fanvideo with a difference. This was put together by some fans for the Sing A Long, and the LOTSVideo team were so impressed they decided to make a showcase of it.

See TV execs, this is the power of Legend of the Seeker!

Well done to all involved, you are amazing.

Morning Devotions

Bit of a crappy day today so I need my Craigee fix more than ever. This suits my mood perfectly!

So inviting..

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Season 2 DVD - Another review

This one by RJ Carter at

He has written a great reviews awith some thoughtful insights like this one:

Cara's history unfolds carefully. Kahlan's hatred of her companion deepens when she learns Cara was the Mord'Sith who killed her sister. But when she learns how Cara became who she is (in a story that reveals some surprises to Cara herself, shaking her to her core), the seeds of compassion are sewn in Kahlan.

He also has this to say:

Legend of the Seeker is based, however loosely, on Terry Goodkind's fantasy novel series, The Sword of Truth. And while I understand there are copious, serious departures from Goodkind's map, I still enjoyed the televised journey.

Amen to that! So nice to see someone who can appreciate the show on it's own merits.

Read the full article here

Fab Kahlan T Shirt by Renata

Isn't it brilliant? So talented. Thank you Renata, keep up the great work!

Link here

Keep Huluing!

From Captain Zimmer on the LotS forum:

C'mon guys, keep watching LoTS on Hulu! For the first couple of weeks, it was always on page 2 or page 3 of the "most popular" shows tab; now it fell to the 6th page! Keep it running on the background, because Hulu accounts for individual hits on the site. Don't forget, it's free to watch, the 3 networks (including ABC) that own it are aware of how popular shows are AND sponsors are paying so people can enjoy the service! Some of them might want to make sponsorship deals if and when the show gets picked up for network broadcasting!

He's right!
Hulu is one of the easiest ways to show how popular the show is. Ans the key word here is free
It doesn't cost anything to watch it. You can keep it on in the background and it will still count.
The only downside is that it's only available in the US so us international folks can't participate. But I urge every fan in the US to put their Hulu on and drive our show back up to the top!

Wtach on Hulu here

See the original post by CZ here

Daily dose of Craig

Blogger has only just let me access it so I've missed Morning Devotions. I won't let you go without your daily dose of Craig though, not to worry!

Hope this makes up for it!

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Fanvid - We'll Save You Seeker

Youguys have to watch this video, it is absolutely brilliant and is with a song written by our own R33per! Thanks to R33per and JaneDoh for the video

Really great stuff, and the video contains just a sample of the song. If you are interested in hearing the rest of it click here

Morning Devotions

I like a bit of angst and this pic is full of it.

Doesn't it just make you want to give him a hug and tell him it will be ok?

Monday, 11 October 2010

This weeks JBC

Addresses for the week 11th - 16th October

Let's make sure the Disney-ABC executives see those fantastic pictures and videos from ROMICS.
We should also get some more photos from the fans that attended NYCC.

Things to note in your letter: More than $30,000 raised in support of the series.
Three ads (1, 2) in major entertainment publications (Variety, THR x2)
Bus Shelter ad
Hundreds of DVDs donated to public libraries in the US - with support from Terry Goodkind, Craig Horner, and Bridget Regan
Campaigning at fan conventions (several thousand iTunes downloads and poster giveaways, fan panels, costume parade, etc) - Dragon Con [photos here] and ROMICS [photos here and videos here]; NYCC photos will be posted on the NYCC thread, and NYCC newsletter that went out to 25,000 people with a banner ad sponsored by the fans [screenshot here].
International fan videos:
Facebook banner ad.
Snail Mail contacts for the week of October 11th-16th

Paul Lee
Disney-ABC Domestic Television
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521

Janice Marinelli
Disney-ABC Domestic Television
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521

Charlie Ergen [Chairman of the Board, President, CEO]
Jim DeFranco [Executive Vice President, Sales & Distribution]
Michael Kelly [Executive Vice President, Commercial and Business Services]
Dish Network
9601 S. Meridian Blvd.
Englewood, CO 80112

Darren Throop [President & CEO]
Lara Thompson [SVP, Worldwide Acquisitions]
Charlotte Mickie [EVP International Sales and Acquisitions]
E1 Entertainment
175 Bloor Street East
Suite 1400
Toronto, ON M4W 3R8

Why we chose DishTV and E1:

Charles Ergen, the Co-Founder of DishTV, often talks about customer satisfaction/service. We can also comment on:


E1 was suggested from edea on
Please, read this article about TV show "Haven."

You can also contact them at:

Remember that your letter can simply be a brief note. As long as you're clearly requesting that the specified network pick the series up, it works.

See the original post on LJ here

Morning Devotions

Monday morning, time to bring out the big guns:

No matter how many times I post this gif it never gets old.


Sunday, 10 October 2010

Reason we fight - Kahlan

Because we love her in the ConDar!

Heartbreaking moments

Season 1 episode 'Sacrifice' has plenty of heartbreaking moments. Today I chose the scene where Kahlan finds Dennee is a D'Haran prison:

Call me emotional but scenes like this always make me well up. I find it easy to empathise with a character and Kahlan has such a big heart that it's almost impossible not to imagine how she feels.
She thought her sister dead and gone, only to realise she must be alive when her mate is discovered still confessed.
And to find her eventually imprisoned and pregnant...well, imagine how you would feel.

A true heartbreaking moment

Reason we fight - Zedd

This place has been short of some loving for a while, so I'm rectifying that right now.

Both Zedds for the price of one!

Thanks to Seekerbaby for the pic.

Friday, 8 October 2010

Morning Devotions

Floppy haired, lost puppy look. Perfect for a Friday morning. Enjoy!

Thursday, 7 October 2010

A letter to Starz - some inspiration

Seeker fan James has written the most fantastic letter to Starz. It's really a great motivator so I thought you all should read it!

Click here for James FB post

Reason we fight - Cara

lips and eyes:

Thanks again to Seekerbaby for the pic

Fanvid - Kahlan in the waterfall

A little treat for all you Kahlan/Bridget fans out there!

Thanks to PicklesReallySuck for the video

Reason we fight - Richard and Kahlan

If this isn't chemistry I don't know what is! Sigh.

Thanks to Seekerbaby for her brilliant work.

Morning Devotions

Strike a pose:

Delectable. I must admit though that whilst making me grin, drool and giggle, this pic also makes me want to run up and tickle him under his arms. Anyone else?

Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Examiner article - a SOS interview

Our very own Karen Mendez of the SOS team gave an interview to the Examiner!

When news broke that Legend of the Seeker was canceled after just two seasons, fans like Karen Mendez came together for the purpose of one mission: to Save Our Seeker, dedicated to not only keep hope of the series alive for another season, but also continue Richard, Kahlan, Zedd, and Cara's good fight against tyranny, oppression, and other dark forces in the Midlands.

Were you a fan of The Sword of Truth series before watching Legend of the Seeker?

Karen Mendez: I actually became a fan of The Sword of Truth book series because of Legend of the Seeker. It has now become my favorite book series. It's a win-win for me since with the show we can see the story play out to an extent and within the realm and capability of television. The books gives us that wonderful back story and full extent of who the characters are and a deeper sense of their endeavor. We are also introduced to the wonderful world of Terry Goodkind, which is fantastic. I love both the show and the books and view them as its own wonderful intertwined entity.

What were your likes and dislikes of the second season and why?

KM: I feel the second season was absolutely great. It just kept getting better and better all around: story-wise, acting [Bridget Regan, Craig Horner, Tabrett Bethell and Bruce Spence outdid themselves], not to mention the gorgeous New Zealand backdrop and exquisite score making for splendid tv watching. I also liked that while still different from The Stone of Tears, the second season seems to be more in tune with The Sword of Truth books in general. It's darker since the Keeper of the Underworld is the 'chief baddie' and also the character of Richard looks and behaves more like the Richard leader of the first book Wizard's First Rule. The second season also introduced the Mord-Sith Cara, who's beautifully played by the talented Tabrett Bethell. I loved all the nods to the books in the second season, primarily to The Stone of Tears. The episode titled "Bound" is yet another nod to the books [Faith of the Fallen]. As for my dislike, I would have to say it's having season two be the end of the story [for now]. Though season two was an excellent season finale, there is still much story to be told and the fans are hopeful, awaiting and striving for more Seeker.

What do you believe were the main factors behind the surprise cancellation of Seeker -- despite having such a fervent fan base?

KM: The fact is the syndication model was really the main culprit. With Tribune going bankrupt, ABC Studios ended up without one of the key distributors. And a fantasy show isn't exactly cheap to produce. I'm convinced that if this show aired on a main channel (i.e. NBC, CBS, CW), we would have been spared all this pain, and the show would have been a wild success. Poor marketing, as well as not having it on a set schedule, was another factor. It jumped around depending on region. I, myself being an avid tv watcher, had not heard of the show until a friend of mine told me about it. I began watching it when it was in its fifth episode. I did begin with the pilot and the rest just to catch up, but wow, from the pilot episode I was hooked...actually from the first scene! All this is a shame because it does have such a fervent and diverse fan base which, despite Legend of the Seeker not being back this season, has remained just as passionate if not more.

Great interview and thanks to Karen and Garrett Godwin of the Examiner.

Read the rest of the article here

Morning Devotions

Ok, so it's more afternoon devotions than morning ones but hey, a little anticipation is good for the soul. Or so they say.

Floppy hair and an intense look on his face - how could anyone not love our Seeker?

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

This weeks JBC

Once Starz showed great interest in Legend of the Seeker, but backed out at the last moment in order to focus on the programming it already aired. With the recent announcement that Starz will be aggressively expanding its lineup within the next 18 months, it's time for Seeker fans to strike once more!

Things to note in your letter: More than $30,000 raised in support of the series.
Three ads (1, 2) in major entertainment publications (Variety, THR x2)
Bus Shelter ad
Hundreds of DVDs donated to public libraries in the US - with support from Terry Goodkind, Craig Horner, and Bridget Regan
Campaigning at fan conventions (several thousand iTunes downloads and poster giveaways, fan panels, costume parade, etc) - Dragon Con and ROMICS.
International fan videos:
And much, much more!

Starz Customer Service: 1-866-888-4010

Call and politely request that they pick up Legend of the Seeker. If you're a Starz subscriber, assure them that if they acquired Legend of the Seeker it would ensure your loyalty for years to come. If you aren't a subscriber, tell them (truthfully or not) that you would subscribe if they picked up LotS.

You can also compare LotS to their popular Spartacus series, also produced by Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert, but please DO NOT bring up Andy Whitfield's cancer. Doing so is in bad taste, the JBC team strongly opposes such tactics.

Snail Mail contacts for the week of October 4th-9th.

Chris Albrecht [CEO & President]
Starz Entertainment
8900 Liberty Circle
Englewood, CO 80112

Ray Milius [SVP of Programming Operations]
Starz Entertainment
8900 Liberty Circle
Englewood, CO 80112

Stephan Shelanski [EVP of Programming]
Starz Entertainment
8900 Liberty Circle
Englewood, CO 80112

Dawn Ostroff [President of Entertainment]
The CW
3300 W. Olive Ave.
Burbank, CA 91505

Kevin Levy [Program Planning and Scheduling]
The CW
3300 W. Olive Ave.
Burbank, CA 91505

Remember that your letter can simply be a brief note. As long as you're clearly requesting that the specified network pick the series up, it works. Quantity over quality works well, in this case.

See the original post at LJ here

Morning Devotions

Good morning:

*mind glazes over*
*Off to day dream*

Monday, 4 October 2010

Season 2 DVD - A review

The lucky devils over at Monsters and Critics have already managed to get their hands on a copy of the S2 DVD and written a review. Here's what they have to say:

Some series end too soon, and we are sad to see them go. Such is the case with Legend of the Seeker, which was good fantasy storytelling and great entertainment. Fans will be happy to have the final season with extras that enhance the episodes.
We were sorry to hear that Legend of the Seeker was ending. It had been an unexpected pleasure to discover the series and had quickly become addictive television viewing for our family early in Season One.
Season Two brought more depth of character and complex story telling with issues and ethics, and testing of strength and loyalty and commitment.
Truly good fantasy, Seeker was never 21st Century humans with all their attitudes and baggage dressed up like fantasy world characters. This was a unique world, with its own laws and principles, and each of the characters kept true to that premise.
Certainly there were moments that resonated with our experiences, and we were in sympathy with the characters, such as Richard and Kahlan’s impossible love, and Cara’s struggles to override her training and follow her instincts for good.
Zedd may have been a wizard, but he was aging and faced some of the issues that come to us all. Each character faced personal trials, and together they worked to hold the Underworld’s growing power from destroying all life.
Season Two was full of surprises, as the dead were returning from the Underworld with the mission to take more souls to the Keeper. Richard left his role as Seeker to fulfill a prophecy but was it a ruse devised to hinder the quest. Zedd was caught in a spell he could not break, and for a time didn’t seem to care to abandon. Kahlan’s beliefs were shaken when the group met the Creator and she was a young woman.
Cara worked through her shadows to try and overcome Mord’Sith training, but in the end would she be strong enough to break free. As each was tested in his or her own way, the group as a whole became stronger, and in a wonderful episode near the ending, viewers were treated to a vision of their world had it been as it was supposed to be.
It was a bittersweet look, as we knew it could not be, but fun none the less.

Read the rest of the article here

When you wish upon a star...

This is the last week for the 'When you wish upon a Star' campaign. Let's inundate the folks at Disney and make them see stars to go with the $$ they are seeing from the DVD sales.
Send as many as you can, volume is key!

Here is a reminder of the original post:

"When You Wish Upon a Star..."
Hello everyone! From everything we've seen, it has become apparent that Disney is no longer interested in producing Legend of the Seeker. It also seems that maybe they just want to shut it away in that big old Disney vault of theirs and forget all about it. I'm sure that they would like for us to just shut up and go away as well.

I don't think so.

Starting RIGHT NOW, we're asking everyone to send in a postcard of a star or stars with the phrase "When You Wish Upon a Star..." Nothing else should be on the front of the postcard. The message on the back should simply ask Disney to sell the production rights of Legend of the Seeker to another network. Examples will follow.

Here's the kicker and we really need all of you for this to work. Please send AS MANY AS POSSIBLE EVERY DAY to Disney. If you can only send one, then please do that. Every postcard is important. If you can send 10 or more, even better. If you don't want to make your own there will be plenty to chose from on this thread. If you've never mailed before, let this be the time your start.

Mailing Dates: Starts RIGHT NOW for everyone, overseas and in the US. Oct 9th is the end date, although we might extend it."

With the DVD drive hopefully making big sales, this is a great time to give Disney another push. And it reminds them that we are not going away. Despite what the sleeve of the S2 DVD says, WE WILL NOT GIVE UP, AND WE WILL NOT GO AWAY.

So please Seekers, I urge you to send as many postcards as you can. No amount is too small. If you can only send one, that is enough. If you can send more, great.
The important thing is that we ALL join in and do this.

Here are a couple of examples:

The Disney addresses:

Anne Sweeney
Disney-ABC Television Group
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521

Paul Lee
Disney-ABC Television Group
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521

Please send a card and help to Save Our Seeker

See the original post and more postcard examples here