BRING THE SECRET CIRCLE BACK!!!!!!!!!
WE WANT SEASON TWO OF TSC
Save The Circle!
Watch the series, tweet about it and let's bring it back! It was the only show that centered on witches.
The Secret Circle was an American supernatural teen drama based on the book series of the same name written by L. J. Smith. Set in the fictional town of Chance Harbor, Washington, the series focuses on Cassie Blake (Britt Robertson) who, after moving to Chance Harbor, discovers that she is a hereditary witch and soon after joins a secret coven of five others. The series was developed by Andrew Miller and was picked up on May 17, 2011 by The CW Television Network. On October 12, 2011, The CW ordered a full first season of the series, of 22 episodes.
On May 11, 2012 the CW cancelled the series despite it being the network's third highest performer and highest rated freshman series of the season. Many cited the ratings decline in the second half of the season and the expensive cost of special effects and dramatic locations for the show's cancellation.
On May 11, 2012 the CW cancelled the series, despite being the networks third-highest rated performer. Many people cited the ratings decrease in the second half of the season as the main factor for the shows cancellation. Following the shows cancellation, a formal fan-led campaign website titled 'Save The Circle' was launched. A letter-writing campaign, targeted at the CW, aimed to encourage the CW to re-consider bringing back the show for a midseason slot. Campaigns were also launched at other TV networks whose target demo matched those of the CW - MTV, ABC Family, and Syfy. Fans donated between $1-10 to the Make A Wish Foundation in the name of MTV; this aimed to attach a good cause to the campaign while getting MTV's attention. The Secret Circle executive producer, Andrew Miller, auctioned a signed poster of the shows cast in support of the campaign. In the end, over $7,000 was raised. The campaign targeted at ABC Family asked fans to donate money to fund a delivery of 325,000 golden plastic coins to the networks headquarters. The coins were symbolic of a 'cloaking coin' that belonged to one of the main characters, Adam Conant's grandfather in the episode 'Traitor'. The metaphor was that the CW 'cloaked' the show by cancelling it, and fans wanted ABC Family to 'uncloak' the show by picking it up.
A letter-writing campaign to Syfy was also launched, but ultimately the 'Save The Circle' campaign leaders decided against pursuing the network further due to budgetry concerns. Following the announcement that Warner Bros. had initally entered talks with ABC Family about picking up the show but ultimately concerns stopped the series from being picked up; and that the series would not be shipped to another network, campaigning targeting potential networks for a pick-up have ceased. Nevertheless, a new campaign, aimed at Warner Bros, was launched following the announcement that the series' first season would not be released on DVD or Blu Ray. A music project has also been launched, with the aim of developing and distributing a full-length album of 10 fan songs online and making them available for free download. Fans are currently being asked to either submit an audio recording of themselves singing their own songs, or sending in lyrics for potential use. Petitions have also been set up, in hope that they will bring back the series. The three main campaigns together, as of June 24, 2012, amass over 85,500 signatures. Since the show was cancelled, fans have voted it "the show that will be missed most" or "Most Shocking Cancellation" in a number of polls, including E!, Clique Clack, Hypable, Spoiler TV, TV Fanatic, TV.com, and Zap2it.