Dear A&E Network, Please Bring Back Manhunters Fugitive Task Force
Dear A&E Network,
I myself, as well as countless others, am a loyal fan and grateful fan of the A&E Documentary-Manhunters: Fugitive Task Force.
To cancel this show for other "reality" or competition series is a crime within itself. Today's media is overly saturated with reality shows to the liking of one's day-to-day life, family or business drama, those laced with an over-abundance of vulgarities, and many others. But my personal "favorites" are all those competition series; there seemingly is a series for everything/anything.
We, as a whole, are greatly interested in the documentaries like Manhunters: Fugitive Task Force, Crime 360, The First 48, The First 48: Missing Persons, and others like this and other genres because it gives us,the viewers, a real-life representation of law enforcement and others from other professions but mainly it gives us a TRUE representation of REAL-LIFE.
These individuals being filmed are not seeking fame and fortune. They are seeking to create an awareness of real-life law enforcement officials bringing to justice those real-life criminals. These brave U.S. Marshals conduct themselveswith great pride, dignity, andabove all else, the greatest professionalism.
Every Thursday, we wait anxiously for the credits to roll and are excited to see which male or female offender gets brought to justice. For three seasons, we were given an insight into how REAL PEOPLE interact witheach other EVERY DAY. Even not letting a camera crew derail them, these Manhunters acted in the truest form of professionalism.
All we ask, as fans of Manhunters: Fugitive Task Force, is that you-A&E Network bring back Manhunters this fall (full season?) and for good!!
I am prepared to give you at least 1000 signatures but my goal by the end of this is to give you 1,000,000 plus signatures.
Ana Luisa Santillano-Aguilar