An All-’Simpsons’ TV Channel May Be in the Works

by | September 26, 2011 at 4:37 PM | The Simpsons, TV News

'The Simpsons' (Photo: Fox)

'The Simpsons' (Photo: Fox)

Can’t get enough Homer Simpson in your life? Then this could be for you.

Time reports that Fox is considering a TV channel dedicated solely to airing their entire library of “The Simpsons.”

News Corp. chief operating officer Chase Carey “hinted” at the idea at a conference last week, according to Time.

“[T]his is a unique franchise…and it provides us a unique opportunity to do some interesting things with it,” Carey is quoted as saying, sparking the speculation. Carey also told the LA Times that “a number of meetings” have been held on how to best capitalize on the enormous popularity of the show.

“We think there is a bigger opportunity than just a second syndication cycle,” he also said. “We have an opportunity to do something truly unique.”

Now in its 23rd season, the animated classic certainly has plenty of material to fill the airtime, and considering its massive, loyal legion of fans, probably sizable interest in the potential channel. It sure beats the Reality TV Channel.

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