Save Las Vegas.
The is a petition to get NBC to move Las Vegas from the Friday Night Death Slot and renew for a fifth season.
NBC offered a lame excuse for the move, stating that they couldn't advertise during Sunday Night Football. Vegas already has an immense fanbase, NBC doesn't need to advertise on sunday nights to get people to watch the show.
That said, NBC does need to PROMOTE the season to get the most out of it. That is the problem with the Friday Night death slot. I didn't watch Vegas until season 2 and I was instantly hooked. I bought the Season 1 DVD as soon as I could. Once people watch the show one they can't stop. Hence the problem with the Friday Night Slot. People will only watch on Fridays if they know the show. Put it on during the week and the audience will grow consistently.
Just look at all the awards it has recieved. Look at the internet fanbase. Look at the fact that it still rates highly despite it's abysmal timeslot. Look at the fact that it is one of the most recorded programs on TiVo.
Look at shows like Cheers and Family Guy. Both started with below average ratings and they became worldwide phenomenons.
The set of Las Vegas is the largest set of a TV show in history. What is more expensive for NBC Cutting Las Vegas to save money, or cutting Vegas, wasting all the money spent on the set, then waste more money on a set for some lame reality or game show that will inevitably be cut after a few episodes
Vegas made it past one season. That's rare in today's world of TV. Any show that can make it to 4 seasons and still survive and thrive in the Friday Night Death Slot certainly deserves to be given a second chance.
Don't waste the success of Vegas. Move it back, promote it and bring in a larger audience.
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