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Letter to CBS

Dear CBS,

I was sorely disappointed to learn that you are replacing the last four episodes of Creature Comforts with repeats of some other show. Please, please reconsider and air those final episodes. It may not be as profitable for you, but just please think of the goodwill you’ve lost as a result of this ill-advised move.

In our household, CBS News Sunday Morning, Jericho and Creature Comforts were the only CBS programs we enjoyed regularly. And now two of the three are gone. With C.C. yanked so suddenly off your schedule, I will have serious reservations on investing my time in any further CBS programs.

– Matt Hinrichs

Addendum: Tell CBS how you feel. Go to CBS.com and click the Feedback link at the very bottom of the page. Perhaps enough fan support will convince them to do something with the remaining episodes.

15 Thoughts on “Letter to CBS

  1. Actually, Jericho isn’t gone. It returns July6 at 9 p.m. EST in reruns then Season 2 comes in the Fall.

  2. Jones H. Blakely on June 25, 2007 at 1:31 pm said:

    Creature Comforts is by far the WORST TV show I have ever seen. Who enjoys watching two dogs sniffing anothers butt- even if they are aninimated. DISGUSTING!

  3. Cassandra on June 25, 2007 at 2:39 pm said:

    I think that Creature Comforts is hilarious. It is one of those shows you either love it or you hate it. I love it. Just knowing that what is being said on the show is what real people said makes it even better. Having this show pulled from airing is a total upset. It was the only show that I watch on CBS. I will not be watching any other shows on CBS.

  4. Jenny on June 25, 2007 at 4:45 pm said:

    Please air the remaining episodes. I really enjoyed the show, it was quite refreshing after some of the nonsense on tv today. I think that maybe you just didn’t give the show a chance. I just stumbled upon the show, could have been advertised a lot better. Please air the remaining shows… it’s summer for goodness sakes, it shouldn’t be all about ratings right now.

  5. Dear CBS.

    For what it’s worth, Creature Comforts was the ONLY show I was watching this summer.

    Also, for what it’s worth, I am part of the money spending 30 and 40 something demo whose viewership should matter to you.

    Please be smart and continue showing this smart show. I haven’t laughed out loud to a CBS show in a long time and this had me laughing for 30 minutes straight.

    Sincerely,

    Joel Schoon Tanis

  6. Jennifer Kennedy on June 25, 2007 at 6:06 pm said:

    Letter to CBS

    Dear CBS,

    I was also sorely disappointed & aggravated to learn that you are replacing the last four episodes of Creature Comforts with repeats of some other show. Please, please reconsider and air those final episodes. It may not be as profitable for you, but just please think of the goodwill you’ve lost as a result of this ill-advised move.

    It is an awesome show. Maybe if you advertised it more the ratings would pick up!!

    Pissed off in NJ!!!
    Jennifer Kennedy

  7. Mamie on June 25, 2007 at 6:08 pm said:

    I can’t believe it. Finally a brilliant, original and HYSTERICALLY FUNNY idea shows up on network TV and just that fast – it’s gone. 2 episodes of Old Christine is supposed to be better? I’ve lost all faith and hope that anyone in charge of your programming has a half an ounce of good sense or taste. I’m with Cassandra on his one.

  8. Dagmar Mack on June 25, 2007 at 6:39 pm said:

    I can’t believe you have chossent to cancel this show, it was very refreshing to see something different on the screen. We had several family members watch and all ages found something funny about the show. I personally laughed so much I had to watch the show several times to get all the humor. I do not believe that the show was advertised enough for people to watch. Also it is a show that either yu like it or you hate it. Well i loved it.

  9. NORA FITZGERALD on June 25, 2007 at 6:57 pm said:

    My family and I are so bummed. We love the show and my sons 2(23 and 22) and daughter (16)love it too.We were just searching for it and found this cancellation news.We have told others to watch and they loved it too.
    Leave it on.
    NF

  10. Jennie Smith on June 25, 2007 at 6:58 pm said:

    I am so disappointed that you have chosen to cancel the most unique show on prime time television. I can only hope another network picks it up and runs with it. It would certainly be in the network’s best interest to air the remaining episodes (but only if you intend to advertise–something I dare say you did a pretty crummy job of doing the first go-around.) You might have me tune into your network four more times instead of zero.

  11. Carrie on June 25, 2007 at 7:04 pm said:

    ‘Creature Comforts’ was the only show in the summer line-up that I watched. I cannot believe that you would cancel the show after three episodes. It’s disgusting to me that shows with a different concept are not even given a chance to succeed. Why spend the money for the rights to the show if you don’t even want to support it? Three episodes and no advertising is not support. So, I guess this means we will be seeing a 4th, non-interesting, terribly acted installment of CSI? Shame on you CBS.

  12. I was very disappointed to learn that Creature Comforts was cancelled. I found the show to be very entertaining, intelligent, and funny. I rearranged my schedule the past 4 weeks to watch it and I rarely do that. I found it to be very enjoyable. I sat down tonight and could not understand why it wasn’t on, so checked the internet, and found out the awful news. CBS should be ashamed of themselves for not giving the show a chance. I know of several people who were watching the show regularly. You have disappointed many viewers.

  13. Janice on June 25, 2007 at 7:05 pm said:

    I can’t believe it. I told everybody I know about this great show…they are all calling me tonight because they can’t find it!! It was so funny and great for kids and adults. You need to show a little bit of patience on a show that’s been poorly advertised and must depend on word of mouth. There is so little on TV worth your money to air or my time to watch — one shows up and whoosh — it’s gone. What are you thinking? Obviously, you don’t give a hoot about my money…so I’m outta here with CBS.

  14. Sami Swan Thompson on June 25, 2007 at 7:35 pm said:

    I’m not really good at watching television; my husband has to remind me that this or that program is coming on, etc. But I make a point to sit down and watch Creature Comforts. I set the countdown timer on my cellphone, or whatever is necessary, but I work hard to see this particular show. I do this because, unlike so many other programs, Creature Comforts is funny, original, & delightful.

    So, come on! Show us the rest of the episodes, would ya? Be daring – be different! Separate yourselves from those other networks — show us original programs! If you run out of ideas, call up Nick Parks (he created Wallace & Gromit, you know).

    Thanks for letting me ramble. And please show us the other episodes. And it would be lovely if you offered them on DVD, too.

    xoxoxox
    Sami

  15. Monkey David on June 27, 2007 at 12:53 am said:

    There’s a theory–a very plausible theory–that we’ll see more and more of this: networks canceling a show, then not airing the last few episodes. They used to just “burn them off” to recoup some of the investment, but now they get to release a DVD saying “complete run of ‘Creature Comeforts’! Includes FOUR previously unaired episodes!”

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