If you had a TV channel all to yourself, what would you have showing?
Rules- Your channel must have:
~Daytime shows (up to 7, can be anything you want :) )
~A Saturady midday-9PM marathon show, i. e. a whole series of one show
~Late night viewing
~A news programme
~Sunday film at 9(PM). Give some examples!
Okay here's mine, I hope you like it :)
~Daytime: Scrubs, QI, South Park, Have I Got News For You, Rick and Morty, Would I Lie To You?, A whole bunch of David Attenborough documentaries.
~Saturday Marathon: Breaking Bad, GoT, Red Dwarf... Y E S.
~Late Night: Cowboy Bebop, Doctor Who (old and new stuff), One Piece (up to timeskip)
~Morning Cartoons: TMMof Flapjack, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Avatar TLOA
~News: Channel 4 or BBC
~Sunday Film (examples): LoTR (Extended editions), Studio Ghibli films, Pixar films (only the good ones), The Cornetto Trilogy, Life of Brian, anything adapted from Terry Pratchett's books, the good Jim Carrey films.
So, would you tune in? I understand if you don't want to- this makes me sound like such a typical teenage boy.
And make sure to tell me what you would have showing :)
- I'd watch your channel Doffydood! (Me: THANK YOU)23% (3)25% (2)24% (5)Vote
- I'll go for something else, thanks46% (6)50% (4)48% (10)Vote
- I'd tune in sometimes :)31% (4)25% (2)28% (6)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
Daytime: Only Fools and Horses, Blackadder, How I Met Your Mother, Friends, Scrubs, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, Bread, Red Dwarf, Outnumbered
A Saturday midday: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel the Series, Dollhouse, Firefly, anything by Joss Whedon. Charmed. Doctor Who.
Late night: Sex and the City, Buffy and Angel uncensored :') , Mock the Week,
Orange Is The New Black
Morning cartoons: Pokemon, Ultimate Book Of Spells, Jackie Chan Adventures, The Wild Thornberries, As Told By Ginger, Mew Mew Power, Winx Club, W. I. T. C. H, Teen Titans (NOT the new version), Scooby Doo, Megaman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (this version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRnRUtMHGow), Fruits Basket (if that's allowed :') ), Mona the Vampire
A news programme: The Socialist Worker newspaper as a news programme? :')
Sunday film: Educating Rita, A Clockwork Orange, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Pride, The Butterfly Effect, The Truman Show, When Harry Met Sally, The Breakfast Club, Disney Classics, The Three Lives Of Thomasina (I can't remember if that is a Disney Classic..), The BBC4 version of Alice In Wonderland, Made In Dagenham, Doctor Horrible's Singalong Blog2
Most Helpful Guy
2am-5am: Classic Television: I Love Lucy, Andy Griffith, Honeymooners, Hopalong Cassidy, Rawhide, Hogan’s Heroes, Adam 12, Combat, Leave it to Beaver.
5am-7am: STOOGEFEST! Classic Three Stooges shorts.
7-10am: The greatest cartoons from around the world! Old uncut Looney Tunes, Woody Woodpecker, Popeye, and some newer stuff from the 80s onward like Garfield, Muppet Babies, Dexter's Lab, Dangermouse, Wind in the Willows, Invader Zim.
10-11am: Classic Sesame Street.
11-12am: Jerry Springer
12-2pm: Two episodes of Top Gear UK
3-6pm: Weekday cartoons! Transformers, GI Joe, Batman: The Animated Series, Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, Freakazoid, and some Disney Afternoon greats like Talespin, Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop.
6-7pm: Sitcoms! Seinfeld, 2 Broke Girls
7-8pm: Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!
8-10pm: British Block. Rotating between Blackadder, Red Dwarf, Keeping Up Appearances, Only Fools and Horses, Dad’s Army, Black Books, etc etc
11pm: The Simpsons (seasons 2-9 only)