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We have gotten several indirect, and direct messages that now would be a good time to request another Dr. Quinn movie from CBS.
Jane has directly promoted it on television:
On "The Talk" (while looking directly at Connie Chen--Les Moonves wife, 6:30 into it):
In this CBS News interview (2 minutes into it):
On her accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
On his Twitter, Joe tweeted "Go, Jane Go!" with a link to her interview, as well.
If you have a Twitter and/or Instagram (or any other social media venue), please help to promote another Dr. Quinn movie. Brief and positive messages to CBS are needed.
If you use Twitter, please direct your message to @CBS and @CBSTweet. With your message, add the hash tag: #BringBackDrQuinn so that we can get it to trend.
If you want to leave a message for CBS, here are some ways:
Internet: CBS Feedback form http://www.cbs.com/info/user_services/fb_global_form.php
"Like" the CBS page on Facebook, and post messages to request another Dr. Quinn movie.
Call: (212) 975-4321
Mail: CBS Television Network
51 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
Let's do what we can!
Correction, it's Julie Chen.
Thanks for all this info. I sent a letter to CBS a couple of months ago.
Another thing we can all do if we have DVRs is to record all the Dr. Quinn episodes showing on the cable channels and then watch them (or let them run in the background if we don't have time to sit and watch three episodes a day). Our DVRs feed back ratings to the PTB. If CBS finds that Dr. Quinn is doing well in the ratings on the cable channels, it could influence their decision to do another movie. At least, it seems like it couldn't hurt. I almost always end up watching at least some of those episodes I DVR, especially when Sully has his scenes.
Thanks for the suggestion, Wendy!
All the best,
No problem, Debby.
BTW, I just sent Hallmark another email requesting a sequel to Perfectly Prudence. It was short and sweet but very enthusiastic. Let's hope they listen. I know that story could be taken much farther. Same with Dr. Quinn, of course.
I'm adding an addendum to this note. That Hallmark address didn't work--my email bounced. Any suggestions? Thanks!