General Hospital vet Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio) took to Twitter to encourage fans to show their support for the 56 year old Daytime Drama. Rogers tells fans to make comments pertaining to the show, even if they are negative. Negative feedback is still feedback which will help in the development and growth of the show in order to appeal to the masses.
If you watch General Hosptial via DVR or Hulu, please take the time to tweet to ABC Executive Nathan Varni @nathanvarni to let TPTB know GH is being viewed. You can also tweet Nathan with any concerns you may have so that they get passed along to other executives at the network.
Bottom line is, if you love General Hospital and don’t want to see ratings slip, ultimately putting the shows survival in jeopardy, make sure to stay involved. Use Official General Hospital social media accounts along with major fan pages (i.e. General Hospital Blog) to show that fans are still very active in watching and discussing the show.
Hey, I love the response to what we did back then. But like it or love it this is what GH is. The show wants/needs your support. You may not like it but this is what you have. So let’s criticize and bitch but support is important. I respect all comments . But MAKE THEM.— tristanrogers (@tristanrogers) January 5, 2020
Marie is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.