From the outside, the three ladies of Lipstick Jungle seem to have it all. That’s not true of course and now, they don’t even have a show!
NBC has cancelled the Lipstick Jungle TV show after just 20 episodes because of low ratings. The remaining unaired episodes will likely air on Friday nights for awhile but, because of the abrupt cancellation, there won’t be a fitting end to the storylines.
Should Lipstick Jungle be cancelled or does the show need some more time and another timeslot? Perhaps the show is better suited to a cable network? And, if the show can’t continue, how about some resolution for the series’ loyal viewers?
There are a few things you can do… Tell your friends and family to watch the show, either on TV or online. Click the link below and sign the petition. Write to the network. Politely tell them how you feel about the show and that you’ve signed the petition. Pass the word. Heck, tell your powerful female New York friends too!
To: Black and Blonde Productions and Universal Media Studios
We, the undersigned, have greatly enjoyed the NBC’s Lipstick Jungle TV show. We are extremely disappointed that the series has been cancelled. We ask that you continue to produce more episodes so that it will have a chance at growing a larger audience.
The timeslots that it’s been given are not working. Why not try an earlier one? You obviously believed in this show enough to renew it but delaying new episodes until Fall didn’t work. Why throw that all away so quickly?
If necessary, we ask that you find a new channel in the NBC Universal family to air it or, at the very least, to bring the series to a fulfilling conclusion. There are millions of viewers who enjoy this program each week. Doesn’t the show deserve a better chance?
Thank you for your consideration.