Hello Helix fans. There are many people who are very disappointed that Helix was cancelled and from this a campaign to bring the show back to television has begun. Below are all the details. Sign the petitions, share the petitions, retweet and share all the news so that word can spread of the effort.
Syfy cancelled its series Helix, from executive producers Steven Maeda and Ronald D. Moore after two seasons on April 30, 2015 just weeks after the second season finale on April 10th, 2015. While the first season centered on scientists in the Arctic secretly working to save the world, the survivors of season one investigated a new viral outbreak on a remote island inhabited by a mysterious cult in season two.
Fans are heartbroken at the thought that they will never know how the Narvik virus came to be or if there is an evolution to Narvik C, who or what the Immortals are as well as the fates of favorite characters.
On May 5th, 2015, fans began to take charge of their beloved show’s future and started the #SaveHelix Campaign consisting of a petition, social media saturation, e-mail and letter writing campaigns as well as interviews and blog posts.
If you love Helix, please show your support and sign the petition:
Volunteer for the e-mail and letter writing campaign:
Campaign organizers will be posting a video on YouTube in the next couple of days. Watch for it here too.
Spread the word and make sure to include the hashtags #SaveHelix and #Home4Helix to your posts and tweets on social media. Fans from countries outside the US have found it fun to distinguish themselves by including their country in their hashtags such as #BrazilLovesHelix and #AustraliaLovesHelix
This is the Facebook page for the latest updates on the campaign.
This petition has been established in order for fans of Helix to tell SyFy and other networks that we would like our voices heard. The fans of Helix would like for SyFy to reconsider the decision to cancel our beloved Helix and instead renew Helix for a third season or for other networks to take notice of how much Helix fans love our show.
Helix has evolved in many ways. Season One was different from Season Two and may have surprised some fans. I am one of many fans who thoroughly enjoyed Season Two despite its insanity. Fans of Season Two affectionately called it “Riding the crazy train.” Regardless of how fans perceived Season Two versus Season One, I believe that most if not all Helix fans want Season Three to take place.
We are now at a point in the evolution of the virus where fans are starving to know more about the story of Ilaria and the Immortals. There are characters where fans are dying to see back stories. Fans are on the edge of their seats waiting to see the fates of their favorite characters. Fans of Helix need a Season Three to resolve unanswered questions. We are now to the “meat” of the story! Fans are left hanging and feel unsatisfied with an end at this point.
Helix is a show that no fan can deny has an amazing cast. Each of the characters is strong enough to have entire episodes dedicated to them. Helix is amazing in that it is truly a show that has been impossible to guess or predict a plot or an outcome which is phenomenal to me as a fan. Helix never ceases to amaze fans with creativity and suspense and the best soundtrack ever!
Regardless of which season was your favorite, as a fan of Helix, you adored the cast and their interaction with fans during the show. Twitter was ablaze on Friday nights at a very poor timeslot as the cast would live tweet with fans. Even now that SyFy has announced the cancelation of Helix, the cast continues to tweet and show appreciation to fans.
SyFy, please reconsider and bring Helix back for Season Three, and other networks take notice! Helix has a solid loyal fan base, and we are heartbroken at the thought that we will never know how the Narvik virus came to be or if there is an evolution to Narvik C, who or what the Immortals are and how they came to be as well as the fates of our favorite characters.
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