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Can Journeyman Be Saved? Rice-throwing Fans Aren't McKidding Around

What peanuts did for Jericho, fans of Journeyman hope "the San Francisco Treat" will do for their freshly dissed favorite. At least two organized fan campaigns — at SaveJourneyman.net and SaveJourneyman.funurl.com — urge would-be saviors to shower NBC with Rice-A-Roni as a means to earn the series a second chance. "All indications are that NBC doesn't want to cancel this show. They love it. They just can't justify keeping it on the schedule," posits SaveJourneyMan.net. "Let's see if we can give them that justification."Might the effort prompt Peacock decision-makers to travel back in time and reverse their decision to not greenlight the freshman drama's back nine? After all, thus far some 93 percent of you think NBC should reconsider. "We never say never," a source close to the production tells TVGuide.com. "Anything can happen."

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What peanuts did for Jericho, fans of Journeyman hope "the San Francisco Treat" will do for their freshly dissed favorite. At least two organized fan campaigns - at SaveJourneyman.net and SaveJourneyman.funurl.com - urge would-be saviors to shower NBC with Rice-A-Roni as a means to earn the series a second chance. "All indications are that NBC doesn't want to cancel this show. They love it. They just can't justify keeping it on the schedule," posits SaveJourneyMan.net. "Let's see if we can give them that justification."
Might the effort prompt Peacock decision-makers to travel back in time and reverse their decision to not greenlight the freshman drama's back nine? After all, thus far some 93 percent of you think NBC should reconsider. "We never say never," a source close to the production tells TVGuide.com. "Anything can happen."