With the world getting lazier and the Kardashians getting their 24th spinoff, it seems like there's room for improvement. Here are some ideas for new stations.

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Who has time to wait every week, all year, to find out who died on Walking Dead just to participate in small talk with your good acquaintances? Well a new channel like this would solve that. It would have the Breaking Bad episodes where Walter White goes all Scarface, the death/nudity episodes of Game of Thrones, the overly hated finales of How I Met Your Mother and Dexter, and the One When Rachel Gets Off the Plane. Also, it'll whisper the good parts of Serial to you when you sleep.

 

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It's not that complicated, if you really think about it. Home and Garden is a channel, Esquire is a channel, and People is about 16 channels. So, why not make a kids version? There's definitely a show in Spot the Difference, and Goofus and Gallant would be the next season of True Detective. It'll be everything you love about dentist office waiting rooms.

 

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So maybe the world wasn't ready for season 3 of "Joey" or more of Courteney Cox's "Dirt". And perhaps a few of Matthew Perry's shows weren't right for their time, like "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" or "Mr. Sunshine" or "Go On" or "The Odd Couple" (probably). But what they do have is potential, which is to be continued on a niche station. They'll all get one besides Jennifer Aniston, god knows she doesn't need it.

 

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Some channels are for high drama, some are for laughs, some are for information, and others are for half-drunk people at 3 in the morning, and I think we all know the target audience for this one. And all that audience wants to see is a presenter to fall off a Stairmaster or get their sock caught in a Dyson Ball. Now, we can all say we were there during that blooper that they made into a Vine.

 

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Let's face it, 98% of reality and competition shows are based on the lives of assholes. It would feature a talent/cooking show judged by Gordon Ramsay, Simon Cowell, and Piers Morgan. (Was Piers a "dick" judge on America's Got Talent? Does he still have a CNN show? Does anyone even care?) Other options would be reality shows with the Real Housewives that didn't get their own makeup line and Duck Dynasty, but without comforting beards.

 

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They already have this one? Touché, television.