god-why

Allow me to give you a quick lesson in economics to describe to you how royally screwed we are.

A network is a based off of one thing only; not to make you happy by keeping shows that only you like, but rather to make as much money as possible.

Money is usually brought in by merchandise and commercials.

And when a show loses a lot of air time, guess what happens? It becomes less popular. Meaning it can only bring in so much revenue. 

This is of course, means that Steven Universe is basically being thrown under the rug. And might be treated like LOK was by Nickelodeon.  

So we HAVE to bring in more viewers & profit. Or else… We will lose an entire story that we will remember as “What could have been”

My solution? Make as much noise as possible. Bring it up on all social media. Make your friends watch the next episodes. Do whatever you can. We don’t want to lose this. Trust me.  Please just don’t let this go unnoticed. That is all I have to say.

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EDIT! after a few days, this was proven debunked, and the whole mess was averted. The show will have its re-runs back, so stop panicking! It’s all right! They were just experimenting! So please stop spreading this around panicked. Thanks.

EDIT! This was averted. This post isn’t credible. As the OP of the post, I’d like to say that if you spread misinformation by reblogging this post, then it isn’t helping anybody. Please just regard this mistake as what it is - a mistake that happened because of fear. I apologize if I have harmed you in any way, and that you enjoy new episodes and their reruns. Thank you.

Life of a Fangirl/ Fanboy in a nutshell
  • Me:I don't think I could ever be as obsessed with something as I am with this thing!
  • Me:*Finds something new*
  • Me:ooh what's this?
  • Me:......
  • Me:......
  • Me:*2AM reading fanfiction over new thing*
  • Me:What have I done.
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Omfg have you guys seen this yet I am dying