If you haven’t heard about the science fiction series “Baron and Toluca" yet, there’s a group of fans who want to make sure you do; they also want to make sure you get to watch it. The loyal group has been hoping to get series stars Majandra Delfino and Brendan Fehr a Netflix deal with their campaign efforts, and their work hasn’t gone unnoticed. Up until now, fans have filled out Netflix comment forms, launched social media campaigns to trend their wish for the show, and sent physical letters and postcards to the Netflix offices to get attention for the potential series.

Netflix for ‘B + T’ catches Delfino’s eye

Since Delfino and Fehr announced they were interested in doing a serial project together in mid 2016, their fans have been behind them 100%. The duo met when they worked together on the sci-fi teen drama “Roswell” for three seasons in the late 90s. Playing a pair of frenemies turned romantic partners, their chemistry on the show made them quick fan favorites.

That chemistry is what fans want to see again as they would play a pair of former lovers for “Baron and Toluca,” though Netflix has yet to give an indication of whether the Fan Campaigns are paying off. In the past, the streaming site has allowed fan campaigns to go on for a few months (in the case of ABC’s “Agent Carter”) or a few weeks (in the case of Disney’s “Girl Meets World”) before announcing whether or not they would pick up the existing show.

With “Baron and Toluca” though, they’ve remained quiet.

Majandra Delfino has certainly noticed the fan support though as she made sure to remind her twitter followers of the current phase of the campaign.

As Delfino noted on twitter, the only way to get Netflix to notice that fans want to see “Baron and Toluca” is to make plenty of noise -- and a big impression.

Fan campaign extends Phase 3

Delfino’s notice of the campaign and encouraging her fans to participate comes at an opportune time as the organizers of #NetflixforBandT have extended their planned Phase 3 beyond the month of January in hopes to make a big impact.

The group previously created an Amazon wishlist to encourage supporters to send honey infused tea (an idea from the use of the bee and tea emojis used to promote the potential series) to Cindy Holland, the Netflix VP of original content. Fans could purchase an item from the wishlist and Amazon would automatically send it to Holland’s office. Originally, the plan was to send as many k-cups her way to get her attention by the end of January.

Now, the fans have tweaked their tactic to allow more people to participate. Instead of relying solely on the more expensive k-cups, they’ve added boxes of tea bags to the Netflix wishlist so those who want to support the show don’t have to shell out as much money if they don’t have it.

They’ve also extended their deadline for Phase 3 to February 14, Valentine’s Day. The new goal is to get as many boxes of tea as possible to Holland by the time the deadline is up.

A sweet Valentine for the massive effort put out by this group of fans would be the news that Netflix opted to bring “Baron and Toluca” onto their slate, but until Netflix makes anything official, we’ll have to wait and see.

Getting physical works

You might be wondering why sending physical objects to the Netflix office is such a focus of the campaign, but there’s precedent for this particular kind of campaign paying off. Many “Baron and Toluca” hopefuls might have even been involved in one such campaign in the past as a similar effort was used to keep “Roswell” on the air.

When “Roswell” was on the cancellation bubble, fans rallied to send bottles of hot sauce to network executives, hoping to get their attention. Hot sauce was a staple on the show as it was added to many a meal by the alien-human hybrid characters. It worked, as the show was picked up for an additional season.

If you want to get involved in the final two weeks of the campaign, organizers created this handy video in early January: