“Staying loud and staying vocal and continuing to say people want the show is going to be our best chance at this.”
On Friday, the creator of the late MTV series Sweet/Vicious revealed how the show may have ended, and on Saturday, she hinted that there’s a chance she may one day get to film that ending.
“Netflix has a page where you can request what you want to see on Netflix. Spam that page,” advised creator Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, who was also on the panel with Sher, showrunner Amanda Lasher, and stars Taylor Dearden, Eliza Bennett, and Aisha Dee.
“Just stay vocal and tweeting to the networks,” Robinson said. “I think those optics matter and your voices on social media, as the industry changes and grows, it matters more than ratings. I think staying loud and staying vocal and continuing to say people want the show is going to be our best chance at this.”
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Robinson offered up #SaveSweetVicious as the hashtag to use…
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