After finding out that PBS plans to cut Mister Rogers Neighborhood from their daily syndicated lineup this September, Brian Linder created savemrrogers.com, a campaign to save the 40-year-old kiddie series.
Linder says theres no other childrens show like it on TV.
He explains, While Disney is fighting for kids attention, Mister Rogers Neighborhood is about nurturing.
As a kid, Linder admits he was really sensitive and the show helped him cope with his emotions.
Now, as father of twin girls, he wants to make sure his tots get to see Fred Rogers hanging up his cardigan and trying to tie his shoe laces every day.
If fellow fans want to help save the show, Linder suggest they contact their local TV stations.
But, they shouldnt forget their manners.
He adds, Please express your dissatisfaction in a Mr. Rogers way.
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