The HeliCLOCKters

When news broke that NBC canceled Timeless, fans scrambled to get organized in order to launch a campaign to save the show. Time was of the essence and the #SaveTimeless Fan Campaign immediately began to focus on putting together a grand gesture to capture the attention of studios and media, alike.

 

Plans were originally drafted to procure a billboard in LA, but were quickly re-routed to go even bigger! On the evening of July 3, the #SaveTimeless Fan Campaign announced their intentions to raise enough funds to fly two helicopters over San Diego Comic-Con.

Graphic designer’s rendering of what our billboard might look like as used in our GoFundMe campaign.
Credit: Leanne @futureleanne

 Matt Lanter 

ACTOR

ACTOR

Y’all gonna fly this at comic con!? Never underestimate the will of a #clockblocker

 Malcolm Barrett 

ACTOR

ACTOR

Um... wow...

You guys are buying a

heli-clockter? ...

heli-clopter?

Just...

wow. #Clockblocker

TV Journalist

#Timeless fans fight to have helicopter banner fly over Comic-Con #SaveTimeless

Arika Mittman

Television Writer/Producer

You all continue to amaze and impress me & your dedication warms my heart. #Timeless

In under a week, the campaign raised an additional $20,000 and was able to reach their goal of $23,000 to cover the cost of two helicopters - affectionately dubbed “HeliCLOCKters” by the fandom after a tweet by Malcolm Barrett

Billboard design. Credit: Leanne @futureleanne

21 JULY 2018 | SAN DIEGO | COMIC-CON