20 Times Fans Actually Saved TV Shows From Cancellation
The comedy series, which focused on a college-dropout who worked for the Devil, was more like a tamer version of Supernatural. But still, the viewership was low and the ratings weren’t so great. After season one, The CW immediately tried to cancel the series, not knowing that hundreds of fans would actually put up a fight to keep the show going. After they mailed in tons of socks (as a tribute to the character Bert “Sock” Wysocki), executives took notice and eventually caved in. However, the ratings for season two were still consistently low, so the network chose to cancel it for good.