SyFy: “Project Blue Book producers talk campaign to save show, fan love, plans for Season 3”

#SaveBlueBook - SyFyWire

It was fantastic to have this article pop up on the computer first thing this morning. SyFyWire posted an in-depth interview with Project Blue Book producers David O’Leary and Sean Jablonski about the show’s cancellation, their efforts to find a new home, and how the fans are rallying with petitions, hashtag, and well, our love for the show.

There’s a key comment in the article that brings hope to us fans: “…the executive producers want the fans to know their self-started social media efforts are seen, and are very important right now. In particular, they say using the #SAVEBLUEBOOK on Twitter and Instagram are easy ways for networks to see overall fan engagement. And in the current state of show-saving initiatives, petitions are proving to be an effective “at a glance” for executives to see large numbers of fandoms coalesce around properties. And Project Blue Book has its own fan-started petition already on Change.org the pair have seen and appreciate greatly.

And yes, they do plan to #FindQuinn (Michael Malarkey). “He’s an integral part of the show,” said Jablonski.

Season 3 is already ‘fleshed out’, and Jablonski added, ‘we’ve also talked through Season 4. The characters are so great. I could see a version of a book, of a graphic novel, or like a smaller Quibi type version that investigates certain cases.”

The full article by Tara Bennett is located at https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/project-blue-book-eps-discuss-saving-the-series-s3. Tara’s name is familiar because she conducts the interesting and sometimes flat-out hilarious Project Blue Book podcasts. A podcast has been done for every episode made and if you’ve never listened to them, run over to https://www.syfy.com/tags/project-blue-book-the-official-podcast. You will be happy that you did!

Lastly, please do not forget to sign and share the petition! https://www.change.org/p/netflix-save-project-blue-book-the-tv-series

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