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Old 06-01-2011, 08:15 PM   #1
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Default My Schedule for a Fantasy 1980s/1990s Channel

This is a channel that targets people in their late 20s and early 30s. It's shows they grew up on and can show their kids. Some of the short-lived shows will only last a while on here before we change them out for other shows.

The 20/30 Somethings Network (Featuring shows from the 1980s-90s)
6:00am Hey Vern, Its Ernest (1988, 13 episodes)
6:30am The California Raisins Show (1989, 13 episodes)
7:00am Pee-wees Playhouse (1986-1991, 45 episodes)
7:30am Camp Candy (1989-1992, 40 episodes)
8:00am Muppet Babies (1984-1991, 107 episodes)
8:30am Garfield & Friends (1988-1994, 121 episodes)
9:00am Alvin & the Chipmunks (1983-1990, 102 episodes)
9:30am Fraggle Rock (1983-1987, 96 episodes)
10:00am Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987-1996, 193 episodes)
10:30am The Real Ghostbusters (1986-1991, 147 episodes)
11:00am Spider-Man: The Animated Series (1994-1998, 65 episodes)
11:30am Back to the Future: The Animated Series (1991-1992, 26 episodes)
12:00pm Clarissa Explains It All (1991-1994, 65 episodes)
12:30pm Fifteen (1991-1993, 65 episodes)
1:00pm Life Goes On (1989-1993, 83 episodes)
2:00pm Mr. Belvedere (1985-1990, 117 episodes)
2:30pm Charles in Charge (1984-1990, 126 episodes)
3:00pm The Torkelsons / Almost Home (1991-1993, 33 episodes)
3:30pm The Adventures of Pete & Pete (1993-1996, 34 episodes)
4:00pm Hey Dude (1989-1991, 65 episodes)
4:30pm Salute Your Shorts (1991-1992, 26 episodes)
5:00pm Brotherly Love (1995-1997, 40 episodes)
5:30pm California Dreams (1992-1996, 78 episodes)
6:00pm Blossom (1990-1995, 114 episodes)
6:30pm The Hogan Family (1986-1991, 110 episodes)
7:00pm Sliders (1995-1999, 88 episodes)
8:00pm Step by Step (1991-1998, 160 episodes)
8:30pm Boy Meets World (1993-2000, 158 episodes)
9:00pm Perfect Strangers (1986-1993, 150 episodes)
9:30pm Wings (1991-1997, 172 episodes)
10:00pm Quantum Leap (1989-1993, 96 episodes)
11:00pm NewsRadio (1995-1999, 97 episodes)
11:30pm Coach (1989-1997, 200 episodes)
12:00am Night Court (1984-1992, 193 episodes)
12:30am Roc (1991-1994, 72 episodes)
1:00am Get a Life (1990-1992, 35 episodes)
1:30am ALF (1986-1990, 102 episodes)
2:00am Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988-1999, 198 episodes)
4:00am DC Follies (1987-1989, 33 episodes)
4:30am Just the Ten of Us (1988-1990, 47 episodes)
5:00am My Sister Sam (1986-1988, 44 episodes)
5:30am Double Trouble (1984-1985, 23 episodes)

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I really like it!!! You've done good research and done a good job. The only thing I would change is that for the shows on Mon.-Fri., I put those shows that were on the longest then. In other words, if you have a show that only had 45 episodes to it, you'll go through them pretty fast, unless thats what you want.
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I really like it!!! You've done good research and done a good job. The only thing I would change is that for the shows on Mon.-Fri., I put those shows that were on the longest then. In other words, if you have a show that only had 45 episodes to it, you'll go through them pretty fast, unless thats what you want.
Yeah, I know. I was just going for some rare (to TV, I know some of this is on DVD) shows. Maybe we'd change the schedule twice a year (so, every six months). I wanted to do a different weekend schedule but then I remembered. When I was a kid, I hated that the weekend schedules were always different from the weekdays.

Two shows I'd like to add are Growing Pains and Head of the Class.

One show I was proud to put on the channel is "Camp Candy." I'd love to see that on DVD.
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Def add Growing Pains and Head of the Class. I think your channel would work because I dont think some of those shows are available on DVD. Also, you would have an advantage because if there is any music on the DVDs, they probably will be dubbed over because they cant afford the rights.

Also, I dont know if your familiar with the old TNBC lineup. How about Saved by the Bell-The New Class, Hang Time, USA High, City Guys etc.?
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Def add Growing Pains and Head of the Class. I think your channel would work because I dont think some of those shows are available on DVD. Also, you would have an advantage because if there is any music on the DVDs, they probably will be dubbed over because they cant afford the rights.

Also, I dont know if your familiar with the old TNBC lineup. How about Saved by the Bell-The New Class, Hang Time, USA High, City Guys etc.?
I actually had Hang Time in my first draft. Then I replaced it with Brotherly Love. I figure, if this was a real channel, shows would come and go through out the channel's life. So I just planned on putting Hang Time and maybe the other TNBC shows on after some schedule changes.

Also, I tried to add the 80s cartoon "Barbie and the Rockers" to my schedule but after doing research, i found out the show doesn't exist, lol. It was just a movie. Maybe I confused "Barbie" with "Jem." I dunno.
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