Don't these fools realize if they would have accepted delivery, they could have donated in their own name for free publicity and issued some vague statement on why Caprica won't be coming back... no, instead they refused delivery and we donated them in their name.
"NBC Universal refuses delivery on a shipment of apples sent to the network by fans.
Nov 18, 2010
Earlier this month, a "Save Caprica" movement was born out of Syfy's decision to cancel the series and pull its remaining episodes until next year. Founded by a fan named Rosemary Medrano, the idea was put forth to send a large shipment of apples to NBC Universal's corporate office in New York as a form of protest against the decision.
All told, fans were able to place an order of more than 2,800 apples through BigAppleGrocer.net. The fans choose to send apples because an apple was used in the initial advertising for 'Caprica' as an allegory to humanity's decent into sin, which was a critical theme of "Caprica." See the rest HERE
This is a very well written open letter to SyFy... check it out
"Well, SyFy, at least you're consistent.
Back in, oh, 2007, I seem to recall watching an enjoyable series called The Dresden Files, which was rolled out on the then "SciFi" Network. As with Caprica, your network brutally axed the show with very little warning, and then attempted to blame everyone else except yourselves for why the series failed (the audience was never there, the actors moved on, no advertising money, etc).
Fast forward to November 2010. Not only do you swiftly and brutally pull the plug on Caprica for similar reasons, but you don't even commit to airing the REST of what was supposed to be the first season in the U.S.. You just yank it; yank it, in favor of wrestling, I might add. This is important later, so pay attention.
I sensed blood in the water when Paula Malcomson (Amanda Graystone) moved on to take a leading role in this season's Sons of Anarchy. But never in a million years did I believe a network was capable of what you've done. I can't even recall, in the history of recent modern television, when a show was scrapped in the middle of the d@mn season even before Christmas (SyFy Claims the final episodes will air in the U.S. in 2011; that and two bucks will get you on the NYC Subway). But then, I paused, (it's healthy to do that, from time to time,) and remembered poor Harry Dresden. Specifically, I recalled how you bent Jim Butcher over by not even bothering to tell him, the author of the books on which the series was based, that the series was canceled until the Fall season was starting, sans The Dresden Files. "
See the rest HERE
We've raised over $1,000 now via our apple campaign that's 1,400 apples roughly that we will be sending to SyFy to make our statement that we love Caprica... lets hope that grows a couple of times over at least! Keep the donations headed to the fund, Caprica forever so say we all!