As for me selling the show to another network, while I was the series creator, Cartoon Network (and Dolphin Entertainment, their co-producer on the project) own the rights to the show, not me. It's Cartoon Net's decision not to run or renew the show, and, as it cost a lot of money to produce and did not immediately deliver the big ratings smash they wanted, they yanked it. Ironically now that fans all over the world have seen Tower, and many more have watched via download, the ratings for first run broadcast would arguably be much better, but CN remains resolute in their decision not to order new episodes. The same with forbidding comics or books that continue the characters stories. I wish it were different, but they make the decisions, not me.
However, lots of people have asked where they can send their letters of support or protest, so I have included the address below. As always, the letters should be polite and never hurtful. After all, these are the nice folks who took a chance on producing the show in the first place. Let 'em know you like it, you miss it, and who knows? Let's see what happens.
Mr. Stuart Snyder
1050 Techwood Drive NW
Atlanta GA 30318
Thanks, guys. Hugs from Sr. Guapo and me.