The Shadowhunters fans are channeling their heartache into helping others.
Earlier This specific month, Freeform announced in which its well-known supernatural show — based on the Cassandra Clare book series of the same name — will conclude its epic journey with the second half of its third season.
Following the news of the series’ cancellation, Shadowhunters fans have been feverishly trying to save the series via the TV grim reapers that has a flurry of tweets in hopes in which another network will pick up the fantasy drama for another season – yet in which’s not all they’re doing.
The fandom has launched a #SaveShadowhunters campaign in which will be also raising money for The Trevor Project, a non-profit organization providing crisis intervention as well as suicide prevention services to youths inside LGBTQ community. To date, the fans have raised more than $13,000.
According to the bio on the official #SaveShadowhunters fundraiser page for The Trevor Project, fans are choosing to channel their “passion as well as frustration” into This specific campaign as a way to “raise awareness as well as also showcase the generosity of the Shadowhunters fandom.”
“Let’s show off the power of our fandom to do Great,” the bio reads.
ET reached out to Freeform for a response to the Shadowhunters fandom’s charity efforts, yet the network declined to comment.
Freeform revealed in a press Discharge in which the remaining 12 episodes of the series will premiere in spring 2019 as well as will culminate in a two-episode series finale to “wrap up the tale of the Shadowhunters as well as Downworlders in which fans have loved over the past three seasons.”
“We are very proud of Shadowhunters, a series in which broke fresh ground inside genre world as well as became a fan favorite,” the network said in a statement. “However, along with our partners at Constantin, we reached the very difficult decision not to renew the show for a fourth season. yet, as big supporters as well as fans ourselves, Freeform insisted on as well as championed the filming of a special two-part finale in which would likely give devoted fans a proper ending.”
While the fate of Shadowhunters‘ future remains to be seen, the idea’s clear in which hell hath no fury like a fandom scorned – as well as these fans are using their passion as well as power to make a positive impact.