Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Must See TV: Bomb Girls Movie

Bomb Girls The Movie
Many of you have taken a peek at the 1940's World War II drama called Bomb Girls. I have been hooked on the show since the beginning, the writing and the characters are fantastic, truly.

I have shared on my prior blog about this show a few times:

Bomb Girls
Bomb Girls In The Big Apple!
Bomb Girls: Season Two
Help Save Bomb Girls!

And I am going to continue the Bomb Girls LOVE on A Vintage Nerd!
Bomb Girls
Sadly after two award winning seasons they did cancel the show but thanks to fans like you and I, they just completed a two hour Bomb Girls film!!!! Yeappeeee!

I am proud to say that I joined the bandwagon on Save Bomb Girls site and donated to the cause! I say if you love or adore something to bits, why not fight for it?! I mean here are a lot of shows that kill our brain cells while watching, might as well fight for a show that lifts ones spirits and keeps the history of the past alive for the younger generations.

I found three photos from the making of the film via Twitter-the first one above and the two below. It's REAL and it happened and it will be aired the first quarter of 2014!!!!
Bomb Girls The Movie
Bomb Girls The Movie
Save Bomb Girls
If you are a fan of Bomb Girls, swing by to the Save Bomb Girls official page as well as their Twitter or their Facebook page. At the moment they are doing a rally of V-Mail to continue to try and convince the network (Global TV) to continue the show or perhaps have Netflix pick it up where the movie lets go.

For now according to some of the actors on the show, the film has tied up all the loose ends that Season Two left us hanging on.

Swing on by to Save Bomb Girls when you can. It is a show made by woman, about women, in remembrance for the women who helped fight for freedom and we shouldn't lose such an outstanding show!



5 comments:

  1. So awesome there is a movie to tie up loose end. Nothing worse than a series ending mid-stream:)

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  2. i dont know it until jet, thanks für sharing movies and series
    xo Kalli

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  3. It's such a shame that this series was cut short after just two seasons. As a Canadian, I was elated when it first aired (and throughout its all too brief run) and was so proud that my country was producing such a fine period piece. It's a sincere shame the network couldn't see the sparkling gem they had right before their very eyes. I can only guess at which vapid reality show or the like will take Bomb Girls slot now.

    ♥ Jessica

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  4. I've haven't watched the show yet, but you have inspired me to look it up NOW! ;)
    ~xoxo, CoriLynn

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