Just received this email message: -------------------------------- We wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has written in support of our show recently. The email has been overwhelming! I think we've actually gotten more emails since we've been off the air than we got when we were on. It's exactly the kind of support we need the network to see (and frankly, it makes the actors, writers and producers feel pretty good, too). As we've said in past emails, "Hidden Hills" was pulled off the schedule so that NBC could launch its new show "A.U.S.A." and we will theoretically be back on sometime in the spring. We wish nothing but the best for this new show but we would love it if they would kindly vacate our time slot. We'd like to encourage you to write again(hiddenhills@NBC.com) telling the network you want to see us back on the air. We can use all the help we can get, so if you know others who also like the show, ask them to write in. If you know people who have never seen the show but owe you a favor, ask them to write in as well. We've got some great episodes coming up. They deal with (in no particular order) feuding neighbors, class reunions, mid-life crisis, motorcycles, Botox injections, llegitimate pregnancies, Manolo's dad, old flames, losing jobs, working moms vs. stay at home moms and back hair. Any of it sound relatable? Even if it doesn't, trust us, it's funny. As always, if you would rather not hear from us again in regard to "Hidden Hills" please write us back and tell us to remove your email address from our list. If you choose to stay on the list, we will update you occasionally and make sure you get an email reminder from us when the show does return. Thanks again for the support. Ric Swartzlander and Peter Segal Executive Producers "Hidden Hills" ---------------------------------- Soooo, if you are a fan of the show, send an email!