it's especially dickish that Cartoon Network decided to replace it with a "Teen Titans" reboot. The show sucked the first time, why would you do it again? Greg Weisman must have been cursed by a witch or something. It's the only way to explain why his shows keep getting canceled
I heard about this, it really sucks. YJ has to be one of best animated series I've watched in years. Granted it's a miracle it's gone this far given it's a teenage/adult aimed show in slot where most teenagers/adults are asleep or heading to work.
I must admit I rather enjoyed the stories of this TV series though I also thought of it as a more mature level of adventures for the viewers. While the scheming villains did loose, for example, we usually see they got something out of it even in defeat until the very big battles with them. At least that is what I recall of the first two seasons.
It's sad to see another wonderful series cut short by those in the higher administrative levels of the industry.
Aaw. And I wanted to know the backgrounds of the new group of characters that were just introduced. Even though the last group of characters had very little development. Or the characters from the first season that just disappeared completely from the story.
I found this on tumblr and thought it was helpful.
DO. •Watch all of the remaining episodes of the shows for both series. Legally. Catch it live, DVR, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video. Sharing download links and illegal live-streams are not helping the shows right now. •Be polite, courteous, and respectful in any and all correspondence with Cartoon Network. •E-mail Cartoon Network. Use this form: “Programming” > “Other Shows”. Be brief (2 or 3 lines is sufficient). Be positive in how you word everything. Fill out every box on the form. Mention if you bought merchandise or watched the show on TV. They do read these emails. •Tweet (unique individual tweets are better than retweets, think spam filters). Hit @CartoonNetwork. Use any combo of these Hashtags: #BringBackDCNation, #DCNation, #GLTAS, #YoungJustice. •Post encouraging messages about how much you love the shows and want additional seasons on the official Facebook accounts Cartoon Network and DC Nation. (If you’re not being rude/negative or copy-pasting, they won’t delete you.) The fan-run FB pages are for organizing efforts and trading info. When you want CN to hear you, post to their official pages. •Remember that the people at Cartoon Network are real people with feelings who are just running a business. Treat them as such. •If everyone can make an effort to tweet, email, and make Facebook posts at minimum once a day, we may be able to get CN to bend an ear to our efforts. •Send words of thanks and support to your show’s cast & crew on Twitter & Tumblr. Let them know that no matter what, they’ve created something beautiful and loved.
DO NOT. •Bash our sibling shows. We’re in this one together. “Symbiosi.” Together. Fanterns don’t abandon members of our crew. •Be rude, curse, threaten, etc. Every time you’re angry and childish at them, they’re not going to listen to you. Save the key-smashing for your personal journals. •Do not use form letters, copy & paste, or only retweet. Repeated text is going to get caught up in spam filters and the effort will be for nothing. We need to show that each message is from a thinking and caring individual, not a bot. •Do not email individuals, whether it’s your buddy who works in the industry, or a CEO’s email address you got a hold of. We need to show strength in numbers, and that needs to go through the official channels right now. •Do not waste your time signing petitions. Your heart is in the right place, but they have ZERO effect. They’re easily hacked, and have next to no vetting. The network does not care and will not pay any attention to them, no matter how well-meaning. The time you spent signing the petition, you could have used sending a two line email to Cartoon Network. •Do NOT deface wiki articles, hack websites, leave digital nasty-grams, attack individuals (that “satan” crap with the photo of one of the CN executives needs to stop, RIGHT NOW). Every time that happens you make CN less inclined to work with us. •I know there was discussion earlier of potentially sending physical items to Cartoon Network headquarters. Let’s put that on hold for now, and see if we can get a reaction this way first. We’ll save the physical avalanche for a later round. When/if we go there, do not send liquids, things that will rot, or things that night break in such a way as might create a hazard for the person opening them.
Stay positive, DC Nation. Hope is not entirely lost yet.
Sadly I can't do most of the positive stuff. I don't do Facebook and they are not currently airing the show up here in Canada. But it's a better plan then spewing death threats idly, like some folks do.
Zatanna: What on Earth is going wrong? Don't make me say: Korwten Nootrac Diputs. Superboy: I can't believe it. Batgirl: I think I'm gonna be sick. Miss Martian: Thanks a lot for NOT continuing the show. Artemis: Why the hell did you change my character into Tigress?