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Petition for demotion of Laurie Mccarthy and new leadership for CW's Reign

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Signers of this petition are those who hold belief that current Reign showrunner Laurie McCarthy has underperformed her duties as showrunner and head Executive Producer and plead for a change of management from the network for Season 3 of the CW drama series.

Under the direction of Laurie McCarthy Reign won a Peoples Choice award to losing half its viewership within one year of the the shows airing. Major lack of decline in viewership in such a short amount of time is a direct result of Ms. McCarthy's poor choices as show runner. including and not limited to; Lack of continuity, respect of audience, creative direction and of storylines, rich character development, implementing an ensembled cast, executing sensitive subject matter in the best of its ability, and learning from past mistakes.

Please sign this petition if you wish the following for Season 3 of Reign
-If you would like to trust the creative direction of the show
-If you would like to feel respected by the show's showrunner
-If you would like to see your characters developed to the best of their ability
-if you would like to see better constructed continuity between episodes
-if you would like to see better storylines implemented that take advantage of the political drama of the French court of the times
-If you would like the lead character to be sympathetic, rich, dynamic,and understandable
-If you would like storylines written for characters and not characters bended to execute story lines
-If you would like the primary "Feminist" structure of the show to return to elevate the women characters from just being plot devices and love interest for men
-If you would like to see secondary characters integrated organically to the storyline
-If you would like to stop watching Francis be miserable, Mary be downgraded, Bash to be unexposed, Catherine underutilized, and the ladies take on stories that do not depend solely on a love interest or using their sexuality.
-If you would like something that is enjoyable but also respects the historical characters and context of this time
-If you would like to stop being played as a fool.

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