A group of US EastEnders fans has been forced to shut down a website demanding more of their favourite show after threats of legal action from the BBC.
The fans have been using the site to demand that the BBC offer two weekend showings of the soap.
But it was not the petition that got Auntie's goat, it was the fact that the group called the site BBCAmerica.
BBC lawyers have now told the campaigners to take down the site bbcamerica.us, because the internet address is too similar to the corporation's own bbcamerica.com.
A BBC spokesman said the move was to protect its brand image, and that the only reason EastEnders had been moved from its Sunday slot was because of declining US ratings.
But following protests from the show's US fans, the corporation agreed to restart broadcasts on Saturdays from 7 September.
In an open letter to the BBC on Save The Soap's new website - www.diverdown.org - the group said that the patience of the show's "loyal viewers" was being tested.
"EastEnders is great viewing, the number one show in the UK. With some effort it can be a success over here, but it needs promotion," the website said.
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