hey-americana:





After ignoring fans all summer who asked about Misha’s inclusion in Supernatural’s 200th episode, TPTB have finally confirmed that Misha will NOT be included in this show milestone.
Misha is so important to the series. Why exclude him?
Jeremy Carver, and the writer of that episode (Robbie Thompson), promoted the 200th episode as a “LOVE LETTER” to fans. Immediately, people began speculating what that would mean, and Castiel fans began worrying if they would be included at all. 
Fans flocked to Twitter and messaged TPTB asking them for confirmation about Misha’s status in such a monumental episode. Surely, he wouldn’t’ be excluded from one of the biggest episode milestones this show has ever reached? Even Carver once stated, “Beyond the [appeal of the Winchester] boys and their chemistry, [Castiel] is the biggest reason that this show has lasted,” on Castiel’s importance to the show, SDCC 2014 TV Guide.
Supernatural was once about “family don’t end with blood” ; “we’re making up as we go”; and “we’re all in this together.” Now, it has slowly morphed into this elitist show pitching the idea that the only thing that matters are the brothers.

This all couldn’t have come at a worse time. After the events of this summer, with so many fans quitting the show and so many fans feeling mocked, shamed and ignored. To now the start of the new season with Misha not being included in the 200th episode, and with fan celebrations purposefully and maliciously excluding him from their projects. It’s hard to find a reason why many of us are still sticking around.

The feeling that Misha/Cas/DC fans are not welcomed in this fandom has just grown ten-fold.
Supernatural is not my family. I am not valued as a Misha fan. I am not included as a Castielf fan. And I am not respected as Dean/Cas fan.
Congratulations, to everyone wanting us out: I QUIT.
Feel the same way as I do? Then I say give them back the same radio silence they give us. Do not promote the show in anyway. Don’t tweet about it, blog about it, read articles about it, vote on polls about it, or watch season 10 episodes (live or DVR).
Let the ratings suffer. It’s the only thing they really care about.
In the mean time, you can vent out your frustrations on Twitter with the tag #NotMyLoveLetter. Just try not to add the words “Supernatural” so they won’t get any kind of publicity out of it.
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hey-americana:





After ignoring fans all summer who asked about Misha’s inclusion in Supernatural’s 200th episode, TPTB have finally confirmed that Misha will NOT be included in this show milestone.
Misha is so important to the series. Why exclude him?
Jeremy Carver, and the writer of that episode (Robbie Thompson), promoted the 200th episode as a “LOVE LETTER” to fans. Immediately, people began speculating what that would mean, and Castiel fans began worrying if they would be included at all. 
Fans flocked to Twitter and messaged TPTB asking them for confirmation about Misha’s status in such a monumental episode. Surely, he wouldn’t’ be excluded from one of the biggest episode milestones this show has ever reached? Even Carver once stated, “Beyond the [appeal of the Winchester] boys and their chemistry, [Castiel] is the biggest reason that this show has lasted,” on Castiel’s importance to the show, SDCC 2014 TV Guide.
Supernatural was once about “family don’t end with blood” ; “we’re making up as we go”; and “we’re all in this together.” Now, it has slowly morphed into this elitist show pitching the idea that the only thing that matters are the brothers.

This all couldn’t have come at a worse time. After the events of this summer, with so many fans quitting the show and so many fans feeling mocked, shamed and ignored. To now the start of the new season with Misha not being included in the 200th episode, and with fan celebrations purposefully and maliciously excluding him from their projects. It’s hard to find a reason why many of us are still sticking around.

The feeling that Misha/Cas/DC fans are not welcomed in this fandom has just grown ten-fold.
Supernatural is not my family. I am not valued as a Misha fan. I am not included as a Castielf fan. And I am not respected as Dean/Cas fan.
Congratulations, to everyone wanting us out: I QUIT.
Feel the same way as I do? Then I say give them back the same radio silence they give us. Do not promote the show in anyway. Don’t tweet about it, blog about it, read articles about it, vote on polls about it, or watch season 10 episodes (live or DVR).
Let the ratings suffer. It’s the only thing they really care about.
In the mean time, you can vent out your frustrations on Twitter with the tag #NotMyLoveLetter. Just try not to add the words “Supernatural” so they won’t get any kind of publicity out of it.
Zoom Info

hey-americana:

After ignoring fans all summer who asked about Misha’s inclusion in Supernatural’s 200th episode, TPTB have finally confirmed that Misha will NOT be included in this show milestone.

Misha is so important to the series. Why exclude him?

Jeremy Carver, and the writer of that episode (Robbie Thompson), promoted the 200th episode as a “LOVE LETTER” to fans. Immediately, people began speculating what that would mean, and Castiel fans began worrying if they would be included at all. 

Fans flocked to Twitter and messaged TPTB asking them for confirmation about Misha’s status in such a monumental episode. Surely, he wouldn’t’ be excluded from one of the biggest episode milestones this show has ever reached? Even Carver once stated, “Beyond the [appeal of the Winchester] boys and their chemistry, [Castiel] is the biggest reason that this show has lasted,” on Castiel’s importance to the show, SDCC 2014 TV Guide.

Supernatural was once about “family don’t end with blood” ; “we’re making up as we go”; and “we’re all in this together.” Now, it has slowly morphed into this elitist show pitching the idea that the only thing that matters are the brothers.
This all couldn’t have come at a worse time. After the events of this summer, with so many fans quitting the show and so many fans feeling mocked, shamed and ignored. To now the start of the new season with Misha not being included in the 200th episode, and with fan celebrations purposefully and maliciously excluding him from their projects. It’s hard to find a reason why many of us are still sticking around.

The feeling that Misha/Cas/DC fans are not welcomed in this fandom has just grown ten-fold.

Supernatural is not my family. I am not valued as a Misha fan. I am not included as a Castielf fan. And I am not respected as Dean/Cas fan.

Congratulations, to everyone wanting us out: I QUIT.

Feel the same way as I do? Then I say give them back the same radio silence they give us. Do not promote the show in anyway. Don’t tweet about it, blog about it, read articles about it, vote on polls about it, or watch season 10 episodes (live or DVR).

Let the ratings suffer. It’s the only thing they really care about.

In the mean time, you can vent out your frustrations on Twitter with the tag #NotMyLoveLetter. Just try not to add the words “Supernatural” so they won’t get any kind of publicity out of it.