Save “Life Unexpected”

By • Apr 2nd, 2010 • Category: Leading, Shiri Appleby

As reported in February, Lux-Source.com created the “Save the foster child” campaign in order to help to save the CW TV show, “Life Unexpected” which is at risk of cancellation. Now, the show starring Shiri Appleby as Cate and Kristoffer Polaha as Baze can get a big promotion push from E! Online, E! News and Daily 10.

The series is listed in E! Online’s annual “Save One Show Campaign” which launched last Monday. The only fan-driven campaign lets fans choose the one show they want to save from possible extinction.

If you’re addicted to the heartwarming show make sure to be a part and join!

How you can help:

1.) Please go to E!Online and place your vote for “Life Unexpected”

2.) Continue to vote, vote, vote

3.) Tweet, tweet, tweet and spread the word. Please use the hashtag #SOS as well as #lifeunexpected and @kristinalert.

Only one show can win … so please make sure to support “Life Unexpected”. The first round closes Sunday, April 4, at 4 p.m. PT. On Monday, April 5 the voting will be cut down to the top five.

According to E!Online the ousted shows will have the chance to get their series back in the running via a special Twitter Wild Card vote. (E! gives details April 5.) On Wednesday, April 7 E!Online will reveal the Twitter Wild Card winner, which will be included as a contender in the final vote.

Monday, April 12 is the day of the “Life Unexpected” finale. The very last episode of the first season will air on the CW. In addition, the ultimate winner of “Save One Show” will be announced on E! News, Daily 10 and E! Online.

For the latest news, please visit www.lux-source.com and follow them on Twitter @_lifeunexpected.

If you own a blog or website you can easily promote “Save One Show” by encouraging people to vote for Life Unexpected. Simply select and save one of the banners Lux-Source created and place a link to E!Online’s “Save One Show” campaign.

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