If you had a say on what was on television, what kind of shows would you watch?
"Flip This Dollhouse"
Type: Crafting Show
Type of Network That Airs It: Create (a Seattle area spin-off of KCTS, the local PBS affiliate, that airs arts programming from PBS' back catalog and original content)
Recently, my parents decided to help in my madness of doll house building using cardboard boxes and various paper related crafting supplies.
During the attempted renovation of one of my failed attempts (it was later prepped for the recycling wheelie bin) my father quipped "Is this 'Flip This Dollhouse'?" and my family chimed in with an approval of "That's a reality show I would watch."
We take failed attempts at doll houses, usually those done by inexperienced crafters who have little experience with the subject or used YouTube videos (which is the biggest joke for beginners because it's a contrast between expectations and reality) without following direction...and renovated or redo with the unlucky person the doll house, giving pointers to those at home.
I want to see a TV version of World War Z to be done RIGHT (they can expand it if they want, but it has to be true to the theme and feel of the Max Brooks novel- none of the Brad Pitt movie BS), as a television serial by a network like AMC or HBO or even maybe TNT that knows how to do decent drama. It'd be interesting too, because aside from the interviewer, each episode could have an entirely new cast, with maybe a few recurring characters.popping in from time to time.
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