Dear Jemma fans:
Some of you have asked me to keep you posted on the latest developments regarding the Jemma fandom and the show’s official statement that was released on Friday.
Here’s what I can share with you so far: While I was in Berlin for the Fantag, I had the opportunity to meet with someone from the HaHe production team. We had a lengthy conversation about Jenny and Emma and what makes the storyline so appealing to viewers, and of course about the fandom. As they said in the official statement, they are honoured by and very excited about the enormous response to “Jemma”, both by the German viewers and the international fans.
But as they never thought something like this would be possible, they of course weren’t prepared for it and need a little more time to look into it and figure out how to support the fandom, especially with regard to the international fans. There are a lot of technical and legal restrictions to consider, and you also have to keep in mind that their top priority still is and always has to be the show itself and how to make it even better in order to attract more viewers and improve the ratings even further. But they’re doing the best they can and just ask for your patience.
To help you pass the time, they just released this video of Kasia and Lucy thanking you.
I know that it’s hard to be patient when it comes to this wonderful couple that we have all grown so fond of, but I still ask you to respect their request and give them the time they need. Also, please refrain from sharing or asking people to share clips from the show illegally, especially clips from episodes that haven’t aired yet. It hurts the show, which means that it ultimately hurts “Jemma”.
As soon as I have any new information that I can share with you, I will gladly do so.
MeL (Blogger/Administrator, “Rosalie & Co.”)