Where’s my TV channel?

While working on my capstone project, I cruised on Twitter to look for some television shows to add to my project and was solidly disappointed with what I found. And then I went off on a ramble.

I was actually sort of happy to find out that I wasn’t the only person who felt that way.

And I think CG hit it on the head.

Long story short: The Legend of Korra was everything a twenty-something SFF geek girl would want, and we would ally ourselves to get a Bryke channel, because we need the thing.


Published by Feliza

Feliza Casano is a writer and editor with a love of speculative fiction, graphic novels, and good books. She writes and edits at Girls in Capes (GirlsinCapes.com) and contributes to other websites on science fiction and fantasy topics.

2 thoughts on “Where’s my TV channel?

    1. I mean, I practically have a marketing plan. I get that TV stations don’t want to desaturate their core demographic by catering to multiple demographics. So create something entirely new. Instead of focusing on toy sales, focus on apparel. Sell lines at Hot Topic and Spencer’s. Even something like We Love Fine. Get geeky fashion bloggers like The Stylish Geek to tout it.

      I HAVE SO MANY IDEAS. I can’t tell you how much stuff I’ve bought just because I’ve seen someone on Instagram using it. TV networks are seriously disregarding how much money the Female 18-35 demographic throws at merchandise just because it isn’t toys.

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