The dedicated doctors on CBS’ Three Rivers work very hard to save the lives of everyday people in need. Now, it’s their TV show that needs help. Though Alex O’Loughlin and the other actors do excellent work, the series has gotten poor ratings from the start and Three Rivers will be cancelled.
Remember, the most important thing to CBS and the sponsors is for people to watch the show on their television, while it’s being broadcast. Downloading, watching online, or viewing on a DVR days later is nice but it really doesn’t help a show’s ratings.
If you like Three Rivers and want to see it continue, there are a few things you can do to help keep it going.
- Watch the show each week, preferably live, and encourage others to do the same. You might know a Nielsen family and not even know it.
- Talk about the show with other people; at school, at work, online, or wherever. Creating a buzz about a show gets people interested and invested in watching.
- Sign the petition below and encourage others to do the same.
- Write to the network. Be respectful. Everyone responds better to courtesy. Tell them how much you enjoy the show, that you’ve signed the petition, and that you want to see it continue. You can use this form or, even better, write via snail-mail to: Ms. Nina Tassler, CBS, 7800 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90039, RE: Three Rivers
- Take note of the products that you see advertised consistently during the show. Write the advertisers and tell them that you appreciate their sponsoring the show and that you buy their products (if you do).
To CBS and CBS Television Studios:
We, the undersigned, greatly enjoy watching the new Three Rivers TV show on the CBS network. The stories are gripping and heartwarming. The acting and writing are excellent. It also helps to educate the public about the importance of organ donations.
Please find a way to keep Three Rivers on the air. We are devoted viewers who will continue to watch the program, encourage others to do the same, and will support the series’ advertisers as well. If necessary, change its night and time. Please keep it going, either on CBS or, if necessary, on one of the other CBS-affiliated channels.
Thank you for your consideration.