Sony Pictures Entertainment
United States of America

The series Roughnecks: the Starship Troopers Chronicles ran in 1999, won an Emmy, and was nominated for two Golden Reel awards. The show gained a cult following, and due to the efforts of its fans, the show was released on DVD in 2001.

These fans have been highly disappointed, however, to discover that the final three episodes of this series (which never appeared on TV) were in fact never produced. The voice-overs were already recorded, the writer, Jeff Kline, already had the plot outlined, but the project was canceled before the episodes could be made.

The fans who clamored for a DVD release in 2001 are standing up once again to ask a favor of Sony, and that is that Sony produce the final three episodes of this beloved series, using the already recorded voice-overs and plot outline laid out by writer Jeff Kline.

The final three episodes only total 1 hour of run-time, less than a feature length film. No actors or new writers are necessary; only animators are needed to finish the visual aspect of these final episodes. The clamor from fans was great enough for Sony to release the entire series on DVD, and the clamor is loud enough now for Sony to finish these few episodes and reap the benefits of their DVD sales.

We, the undersigned, formally request that Sony Pictures Entertainment or one of its subsidiaries produce the final three episodes for the television series Roughnecks: The Starship Troopers Chronicles.

We also hereby express that we are greatly interested in purchasing these episodes in any form of media that Sony would deem appropriate.

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The Production of Final Three Episodes of Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles petition to Sony Pictures Entertainment was written by Logan and is in the category Television at GoPetition.