Friday, January 29, 2010

Don't cancel The Bonnie Hunt show!!!

I am extremely disheartened to learn that The Bonnie Hunt show is being cancelled. I consider Bonnie the best talk show host on TV. She is so genuine. She interacts with her guests and audiences so wonderfully. I record her show every day on my dvr and my husband and I both enjoy watching her each evening after work. Bonnie gives us feel good moments in all she does. Her show never fails to make me laugh out loud and we all know what good medicine laughter is. Please keep her show!!! We need more entertainers like Bonnie in the world. Her show is enjoyed by people of all ages.
You can help by contacting your local station. In the DFW area, it's NBC. It only takes a moment to type a message and tell them you don't want her show cancelled. You could also send a letter to
Telepictures ProductionsMs. Hilary Estey McLoughlin, President
C/O The Bonnie Hunt Show
9336 West Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
PHONE: (818) 972-0777
FAX: (818) 972-0709

If you don't have time to write your own letter visit the Telepictures link on the Bonnie Hunt team website for more information on what you can do. There is another line that was added specifically for fans to voice their support even though the prerecorded message says the show has been cancelled. Some believe this number was added to free up the office’s phone/fax line. The number is 1 -818-972-0814. I called this number on Jan. 29th and it said the mailbox was full, but I will continue to call it until I can leave a message.

We can do something. Be heard. Don't just sit there and think it won't matter. Send an email, make a phone call. Let's take action and help keep the Bob and Alice production going. (Bonnie always gives credit to her parents and her mom is a regular guest on her show.)

****I had the following email this morning from Guy Mitchell at NBC Universal:


The company that produces her show cancelled it. If you would like to
contact them, here is a link that might be helpful:
Thanks for writing NBC 5.

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