This is one bandwagon we're happy to jump on. It was revealed this week that Fox will be effectively cancelling its long-running Saturday night series America's Most Wanted as of September, in favor of various show repeats and eventually four two-hour AMW specials over the 2011-2012 TV season. The news of what is essentially the cancellation of the show has disappointed and outraged loyal viewers and motivated Florida resident Jim Sitton to start a campaign to keep the show alive. Sitton has a personal reason for being an advocate of the show: the killer of his six-year old daughter was caught with the help of AMW. You can read all about Sitton's story in this story from The Palm Beach Post, here.
We recommend that you get involved in the campaign to keep AMW on the air as a regularly scheduled series. Jim Sitton has created a Facebook page here -- Save AMW! (America's Most Wanted) -- and you can go there to find addresses and links to online petitions and other suggestions to help in this quest. There's another Facebook group here -- Save "America's Most Wanted" -- and you should join them both and encourage your friends to join, too.
We'll keep you informed on any developments in this situation. Check back here for updates, and please visit the embedded links in this post for more information.