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What can I do to save Wynonna Earp???

So according to my friend Cate ( @secretdelusionwizard ), we found out about season 2 last year on July 23rd. This means that Syfy has less than 2 weeks to make a decision and that is really scary! We are not in a good place and we have to do everything we can to renew the show! There isn’t another show out there that showcases this kind of storytelling while maintaining such strong women empowerment and representation for the LGBTQ+ community! If everyone in the fandom works together, I know we can do it! Here is what you can do:

  • Watch the show live at 10 EST/9 CE on Syfy or Space on Fridays
  • Putting the show on every TV in your house! Every view count!
  • Even if you are watching live, record the show and watch it again!
  • Watch on demand by the end of Saturday!
  • Purchase an iTunes Pass for the show and watch it by the end of Saturday!
  • Text your friends to turn the show on even if they don’t watch it!
  • Live tweeting  @ Syfy, Wynonna Earp, and with the cast! Tweet as much as you can and hopefully we can get it trending every Friday night!
  • Write a letter and email to Syfy to 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10112 and
  • Call 1 (800) 219-1187, let’s overflow their calls and voice our love for the show!
  • Supporting the Wynonna Earp Indiegogo campaign that is raising money for the show!
  • Go to as many Wynonna Earp events as possible! This includes events like Comic Con, EarperCon, and ClexaCon!
  • And most importantly….. DO NOT WATCH ILLEGALLY! DO NOT watch with an illegal live link and DO NOT watch any leaks! Please just watch the show legally because ONLY THOSE views count!

Originally posted by agents-mulder-scully-touchstoned

anonymous asked:

any show recommendations for unsolved fans?

*rubs hands together gleefully* OH BOY DO I

My biggest passion is television, like my dream is to be a Well Known TV Producer one day. I take it pretty seriously, and I also have a degree in film/media arts so I kind of know what I’m talking about a little bit. And I loooove recommending shows. So, here we go!

TV Shows You Might Like If You Watch Buzzfeed Unsolved:



Synopsis: A group of misfits attend a community college.

Notes: My All Time Favourite Show Ever. Witty, quick humour with loads of pop culture references and meta; the Big Bang Th*ory fuck that show is meant to be funny for geeks but Community actually is funny for geeks (without pandering); season 4 drops way down in quality due to production drama but picks up again for seasons 5/6; “I figure it’s time I show growth, it’s been 3 seasons”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Synopsis: Set in the fictional 99th Precinct of the NYC Police Department in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows a team of detectives headed by newly appointed Captain Ray Holt.

Notes: Made by the same guys who did Parks and Rec; not offensive at all (well for the most part); just really cute shenangians; perfect??; “cool motive, still murder”

30 Rock

Synopsis: The plot of 30 Rock revolves around the cast and crew of a fictional comedy series, which is filmed at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Notes: Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin anybody???; satire; honestly just one of the funniest shows to grace the silver screen; starts kind of slow; simultaneously the dumbest and smartest humour imaginable; “the word ’lover’ bums me out unless it’s between ‘meat’ and ‘pizza’’


Black Mirror

Synopsis: A dramatic satire that centres around technology and the darker side of humankind.

Notes: Each episode is entirely independent from one another; a little bit genius; it’s like ‘this is what technology can do’ w/o being patronising; leaves you Considering Your Life Choices; really dark; scary in the sense that it’s not far removed from reality; but fucking amazing; if you watch Community and Black Mirror then please watch ‘App Development and Condiments’ and then ‘Nosedive’ it’s the Greatest Thing 

The Leftovers

Synopsis: In a global cataclysm, 140 million people disappear without a trace. Three years later, residents of Mapleton, N.Y. try to maintain equilibrium when the notion of “normal” no longer applies.

Notes: Made by Damon Lindelof (Lost); it seems like a sci-fi show but it’s not because it focuses more on the characters/drama and not like ‘how did everyone disappear tho’; the MOST fucked up show you will ever watch in your entire life; seriously what the fuck; the most well made show like ever?? sorry I don’t make the rules; another show that makes you Think and Question your life, religious themes; lots of suicide and death so watch out; because it’s fucked up; there’s an orgy on a boat with a lion???; season 1 is pretty slow but still good; season 2 is fantastic; season 3 is fucking phenomenal; also wtf; “nobody is coming to a parade for ‘we dont know what the fuck happened’ day’”

The X-Files

Synopsis: The series revolves around FBI special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully  who investigate X-Files: marginalized, unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena. Mulder believes in the existence of aliens and the paranormal while Scully is a skeptic (sound familiar?).

Notes: I mean this is obvious because it’s funny and has lots of mystery and sci-fi; and that ‘will they won’t they’ vibe (rip); a Classic; BFU if it was like real and serious lmao, “the truth is out there”

The 70-story R.C.A. Building. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, in the west side between West 49th to 50th Streets, in the middle of Rockefeller Center. The Associated Architects (Reinhard & Hofmeister; Corbett, Harrison & MacMurray; Raymond Hood, Godley & Fouilhoux; Edward Durrell Stone). 1931-1933. 

View looking northwest of the R.C.A. Building from Rockefeller Plaza and 49th. Steet. Summer, 1933.

Photo: Samuel H. Gottscho. 

Source: Albrecht, Donald. “The Mithic City. Photographs of New York by Samuel H. Gottscho, 1925-1940”. New York. Museum of the City of New York-Princeton Architectural Press. 2005.


On this day in music history: April 24, 1976 - In a spoof of the numerous financial offers that The Beatles have received to reunite, Saturday Night Live creator and producer Lorne Michaels offers the band a check for $3,000 to play on the show. Ironically on that very evening, Paul McCartney is visiting John Lennon at his apartment at The Dakota in New York City and are watching the live broadcast. The two nearly decide to jump into a taxi and go over to the studio at 30 Rockefeller Plaza to take up Michaels on his offer. But they decide they’re too tired and stay in instead. On November 20, 1976, George Harrison appears on SNL as a musical guest that week (with host Paul Simon). In a taped segment with Lorne Michaels, Harrison will try to collect the $3,000 check on behalf of the group. When Michaels offers only George’s share of the money ($750), Harrison calls the producer “chintzy” before Michaels offers him another $250 to say the show’s opening tag line “Live From New York, It’s Saturday Night!”.


“My father, in 1925, 1926, in the Reserve of the Air Corps, worked as Aviation Fuel Manager for Standard Oil of New Jersey, that’s where I lived at that time, and he would go into NYC and work at 30 Rockefeller Plaza. So when I was asked to consider participating, I jumped for joy, and I can’t remember a more pleasant episode of discussions with Tina Fey as we talked about her fictitious mother’s (I think it was) love affair that she had with me, Buzz Aldrin. And then we looked at the moon, and we both sort of cursed at it for various reasons and said – I’ll never forget the line – ‘I walked on your FACE!‘”
-Buzz Aldrin in Reddit AMA

The 70-story RCA Building. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, between West 49th to 50th Streets and Fifth to Avenue of the Americas. Rockefeller Center. Associated Architects (Reinhard & Hofmeister; Corbett, Harrison & MacMurray; Raymond Hood, Godley & Fouilhoux), 1931-1933. 

View looking west of the new RCA Building, at Rockefeller Center from the top of 444 Madison Avenue Building, in the Summer of 1933. The Center’s 32-story RKO Building (Associateda Architext, 1932) with Radio City Music Hall is at right.

Photo: Rockefeller Center, Inc.

Source: Alan Balfour “Rockefeller Center. Architecture as Theater” (New York. McGraw-Hill. 1978).


Bill: I can say it. I think she’s awesome. The thing about Kristen that always blows my mind—and other writers feel the same way—is that every week, she has a new move that no one has seen before.
Kristen: Well, that’s how I feel about you, and that’s how a lot of people feel about you. I’m throwing it back at you.

How wild must it have been to be someone like oblivious to snl coming to 30 rock on a day andy and bill were filming laser cats. Like imagine being some random business person and going to a serious meeting at 30 rockefeller plaza and the elevator doors open to two grown ass men in capes and helmets pretending to shoot lasers at each other with toy fucking cats what a world we live in


“I’ll never forget my very first [SNL] show. I had a card in my changing room from Kristen Wiig. It just had a heart on the inside, and she’d written “Have fun.” That always stayed with me.”

-Nasim Pedrad