Bring Back Sue Thomas F.B. Eye
"Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye," a groundbreaking, original drama was inspired by the true story of Sue Thomas, who although profoundly deaf from the age of 18 months, overcame significant obstacles to work surveillance for the F.B.I. This series is a coming-of-age, suspenseful drama starring Deanne Bray, a severely deaf actress who like Sue Thomas, was strongly encouraged by her parents to speak and read lips. "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye" is entertainment aimed not just at hearing audiences but at the more than 28 million deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the United States (10% of the population). As portrayed in the series, Thomas (Bray) is a somewhat sheltered young deaf woman who has recently graduated from college and is about to start her first real job - which happens to be with the F.B.I. Disappointed when she is relegated to the tedious task of analyzing fingerprints, Sue doesn't remain there for long. A new acquaintance, F.B.I. agent Jack Hudson (Yannick Bisson) discovers her unique lip reading ability and enlists her to join the bureau's elite surveillance team. Suddenly Sue and her hearing dog, Levi, are "G-men," caught up in a good deal more action than they ever bargained for. But what they lack in experience, they make up for in spirit and enthusiasm. The show ran for three seasons and in these three years, accumulated a substantial fan base. Due to PAX, the network, cancelling all independently produced content, the show was cancelled. With your help, we will convince the creators to bring back the award winning show in a web-based format. We are asking the public to show their support for Sue Thomas by signing this petition. Thank you for your signatures.