THE TOP TEN TV Show Ideas
Spin-offs, rehashes, a seemingly unending glut of forensic investigators, doctors and lawyers...we thought we'd wade in and pitch a few shows that could make their way into primetime
Spin-offs, rehashes, a seemingly unending glut of forensic investigators, doctors and lawyers...we thought we'd wade in and pitch a few shows that could make... more
TLC show follows a group of sad-sack alcoholics as they dance their way to recovery.
Dine and Dash!
The Food Network’s top show for those on a tight budget. Hosts eat and skip off on the bill in some of the nation’s finest eateries.
Law & Order SUV
Detectives burn fossil fuels while on stake-out in a giant jeep. Captain’s suggestion of smaller, electric hybrid squad cars and tandem bicycles falls on deaf ears.
Extreme Makeover: Fraud Edition
Host and volunteers conspire to burn down a downtrodden family’s humble shack to collect on the insurance money.
The Drunk Tank
Booze-hounds slur their way through flight-of-fancy business pitches to a panel of disinterested venture capitalist bartenders.
The Brothers White
Two brothers who are also “brothers” with the surname “White”, encounter racial discrimination and confusion (are you white? Yes! But I thought…) in this family-friendly working-class sitcom. Spin-off: Two Black Guys, featuring two white guys named “Black” who move into the neighborhood.
Detectives from a small backwoods Georgia town have not seen a murder since 1987 and fear their forensic skills are deteriorating as a result.
Swinging couples swap spouses and compare relative sexual prowess. Each week, couples are pitted against one another and through online voting, one is sent on to the next round, while the loser is sent off to copulate with someone far less attractive.
Last Amputee Standing
Prosthetic limb stand-off. Contestants vie to see who can stand on one foot while a group of panellists discuss current events, occasionally making reference to the participants should one fall over.
Do I Know you?
Average schmoes think they are related to celebrities. Historians and archivists see which otherwise unremarkable schlub shares a great aunt with Sarah Jessica Parker and other celebrities, who subsequently invoke a restraining order against their new-found relations.
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