By Allison Sadlier
Updated October 07, 2016 at 10:08 PM EDT
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Chuck (2007-2012)

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A show used to being jeopardy finds itself on the chopping block again as its star and fans are asking to #SaveChuckAgain.

Netflix is taking Chuck off its streaming service come Nov. 1, EW has confirmed following speculation online.

Zachary Levi (Chuck Bartowski) addressed the news via Twitter Wednesday. “Hey Netflix, please don’t take Chuck off of your amazing service on November 1st. Sincerely, Me,” Levi wrote.

Chuck alums Sarah Lancaster (Ellie), Joshua Gomez (Morgan), and Ryan McPartlin (Devon) also weighed in.

Fans quickly jumped on the bandwagon. “Chuck is awesome, don’t take it off!” pleaded one user. Another cited the show as a central reason for her Netflix subscription.

NBC’s Chuck is no stranger to living on the bubble between renewal and cancellation. During its run, Levi and fans mobilized to keep the show on NBC through increasingly creative methods, including a campaign with Subway.

Episode Recaps

Chuck made it to five seasons totaling at 91 episodes before it ended in 2012. The fans got a finale for the ages and an ending that people still aren’t over. The crusade to save Chuck begins (again).

Chuck (2007-2012)

Zachary Levi is nerd-turned-superspy Chuck Bartowski in Josh Schwartz’s action dramedy
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