Becky (rjh86) wrote in savelietome,

New EMAIL-MAIL-PHONE details for FOX.

A BIG THANK YOU to @Diotima12  FOR THE INFO. Re-Posting it here for everyone.

1. Letters (and Postcards) are the most effective way to contact him.

Mr. Kevin Reilly
FOX Broadcasting Co.
10201 W. Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035

Please send a hand-written (or typed and signed by hand) letter asking Mr. Reilly to pick Lie to Me up for more seasons.

2. Phone Calls

Here's the main number for the FOX switchboard: 310-369-1000

If you call during business hours, ask the operator for Kevin Reilly's voicemail. If the operator asks why you're calling, say you're calling about Lie to Me.

If you call after business hours, you can still leave a message:

When prompted, press 1# to access the dial-by-name feature.
Spell R E I L L Y on your keypad
Press 2 for Kevin Reilly
Leave a brief, polite message for him.

3. Emails

The best email address to use is Kevin Reilly

Probably the least effective method is sending an email to
Apparently, a FOX staffer reads these messages and produces reports for programmers, so your email is a statistic in a huge report. Use it in addition to other contact methods, not instead of.

4. If you would like to follow them on Twitter, here's the official account:


In all of your correspondence with FOX and Mr. Reilly please keep these tips in mind:

DO tell him your demographic information (age, gender, and where you live, especially if it's a major US city) so he sees Lie to Me's broad fanbase.

DO let him know if you are not a Nielsen viewer.

DO be polite and respectful.

DO keep letters/calls/emails brief and to the point.

DON'T diss any FOX shows, or use this as an opportunity to complain about shows that were canceled by FOX (FYI, Kevin Reilly joined FOX mid-2007). Stick to Lie to Me.

DON'T complain about a storyline, a character, etc that you don't like.

DON'T bring up things that are negative (like the Nielsen ratings). Not only is everyone aware, but we don't want to hurt LTM's chances. Stay positive!

DO encourage fans you know who are not on Facebook to write letters, too. Every letter counts!

DO write ASAP (and then again if you can)!"
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