Give Alphas a Proper FInale sign now

Alphas began in 2011 as a science-fiction series by Zak Penn and Michael Karrow, broadcast by the Syfy Channel in the United States. Very soon into its first season, it became apparent to viewers that this show was more than it seemed. The surface plot is a classic of the genre- genetic mutations, their downsides and ups- but under the attention of a superb cast and crew Alphas became one of the most unique, layered, and fantastically realized shows on television for the 2011 and 2012 seasons.Through its science fiction story it shone a light on mental illness and mental health, on disabilities and differently-abled individuals, and on power and how it is used in all aspects of our lives. Alphas had one of the only adult autistic characters given equal depth, development and representation on television; one of the strongest and stereotype-defying female characters on television; and an innate ability to interweave all of the fractured and damaged and phenomenally real characters of its ensemble cast into each others' lives to drive home its two twin themes: what you choose to do with the power you are given, and "people don't understand people like me".The best storytelling is that which moves us and there are few who have not been avid Alphas fans and have not been. Its storytelling only escalated as the show went on, maturing with the people we saw weekly on our screens. We were holding our breath for more episodes than we expected to be; our expectations as fans were not only surpassed but completely left in the dust as this show went leaps and bounds past its Pilot and into uncharted territory.When "God's Eye" aired on October 22nd, 2012, there was not a single fan amongst the lot of us who wasn't completely blown away by how it ended.When the announcement was made on January 16, 2013 that the show would not be renewed for a third season, many of us felt more shaken than the finale had left us.We, the fans- whom as Syfy Channel should know, as anyone in the world of science fiction should know- are thoroughly dismayed at the loss of one of the most forward-thinking shows of the genre before it could even come near its peak. At the rate Alphas was going, the third season would have been a triumph we cannot now even imagine. The finale we are left with is a cliffhanger of the worst kind, purely phenomenal and completely unbearable, and it cannot be left to stand.We, the fans, beg of Syfy to give Alphas its due and a proper finale. While we would love for that to be in the form of the third season it would have knocked out of the park, we just want it to be given the respect as a show that it deserves. That can't be the end.Skim through any Alphas fan forum, and that's what we're all saying- that can't be the end.Please give us a proper finale for Alphas. A special, a season, a movie: anything. This show more than so many others truly deserves it.

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