^ Lol I have no idea when it starts here, either We havent gotten ads yet or anything aha! I was desperate so I watched it online .-X
I got that off a Facebook group.On October 3, 2007, Bryan Fuller and ABC gave the world the gift of "Pushing Daisies." Originally slated for a full 22 episode season, Pushing Daisies' first season was shortened to only nine episodes due to the 2007 WGA strike.
Even with only nine episodes, the show managed to draw critical acclaim and was nominated for 12 Emmy Awards and dozens of other awards. Not only did critics love the show, but millions of fans across the world discovered the charm and excitement of the adventures of Ned the Pie-Maker.
In February 2008, ABC announced that it had picked up a second season of pushing daisies, starting with an initial order of 13 episodes. Pushing Daisies second season premiered in the US on October 1, 2008 and has not disappointed. It's just as endearing and clever as it ever was. With the season pressing forward and production on the initial order of 13 episodes is nearing its end, because of faltering ratings ABC has yet to make any further announcements regarding the fate of Pushing Daisies.
It seems that our loyal viewership hasn't quite sent ABC the message that this show should not be abandoned. It's time to let the network know how we feel!
Please take the following three steps to save Pushing Daisies!!!
1. Spread the word. Make sure that all of your friends, co-workers and family know about Pushing Daisies. Invite them over to watch with you and make sure they know to share it with their friends.
2. Leave your comments here. Let the world know how much you love Pushing Daisies. And donít stop there. Blog about Pushing Daisies. Digg Pushing Daisies. Twitter Pushing Daisies. At this point itís all about hype!
3. Send ABC a note letting them know that you would like to see them put their support behind Pushing Daisies. Make sure to include your request for them to order a complete 22 episode season. If possible, your note should be accompanied by a Daisy or Pie. I know it sounds silly, but it sure gets the message across. Can you imagine hundreds of thousands of daisies being sent to the decision makers at ABC?!
Make sure to send your letters, daisies and pies to:
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521-4551
You can also contact ABC via phone at:
--Please note that this is not a toll-free number--
And online at:
I'm sure that if we make our voices heard, we can ensure that Pushing Daisies stays on the air for years to come!!!
Im hoping its just people getting way ahead of themselves with the whole production of 13 eps. vs. 22!
SO SAD that it's even a possibility that it could be canned.
Did ABC Just Cancel Pushing Daisies?!
No, no, no. A thousand times no.
This is what I can tell you hundreds of panicked fans who have emailed in this evening after hearing a fast-spreading rumor that Pushing Daisies has been canceled.
I've just checked in with very reliable and well-placed sources connected to the show, who tell me that ABC has not yet informed producers whether the series will end after its initial 13-episode order for the current season.
In fact, show runner Bryan Fuller confirms to me tonight that he has not received any word yet on the show's fate.
Still, there is some truth to the rumor going around...
The current rumor being spread is that Daisies producers were told by ABC to treat episode 13 (which begins filming Monday) as a series finale, which some fans have interpreted as definitive news that the network decided to cancel the series.
Not true, say my sources. Producers have not yet been told whether they will receive a pickup for the remaining nine episodes of the current second season, and that is still a possibility.
However, it is true that producers were asked to change the plan for the 13th episode, which initially was a two-parter, with payoff in the 14th episode. ABC told producers to make number 13 a stand-alone episode and to "cover all bases," meaning that the episode should be able to serve as either a series finale or a launch pad into the final nine episodes of season two.
While the final scene of episode 13 would be a powerful final image of the series (it involves Charlotte Charles), I'm told there will be many storyline threads left unanswered, and trust me, you fans will not be happy if you don't get those back nine and the resolution to those stories.
Network sources at ABC tell me that the call on Daisies' fate might not come for a few weeks, as the decision-makers want to see how viewing patterns shift after the election on Tuesday.
The good news? Last night's episode was up a million viewers.
And really, what better way to celebrate the end of the election-news onslaught than with a genius, creative hour of fantasy-fun drama on Wednesday nights?
So what can you do to help? Watch, spread the news and it certainly wouldn't hurt to sign a petition or send a letter or a daisy to the fine people who hold Daisies' fate in their hands. Get the details on how to help here.
Then sound off with your love for Daisies below...