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31st May '17 12:23:27 PM wuggles
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* The Investigation Discovery channel has one about the 1980s called ''The 1980s: The Deadliest Decade'', recounting well-known murders from each year of the decade.
21st May '17 9:56:19 AM nombretomado
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* The VH1 shows that focused on specific fads were [[SelfParody parodied]] by Gonzo at the end of ''I Love Franchise/TheMuppets'', when he announced that forthcoming programmes would include ''I Love [[Music/SpiceGirls Posh]] & [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Becks]]'', ''I Love Posh But I'm Not So Keen on Becks'', ''I Love Becks But I Could Do Without Posh'' and ''I Love Gonzo The Great''.

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* The VH1 Creator/VH1 shows that focused on specific fads were [[SelfParody parodied]] by Gonzo at the end of ''I Love Franchise/TheMuppets'', when he announced that forthcoming programmes would include ''I Love [[Music/SpiceGirls Posh]] & [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Becks]]'', ''I Love Posh But I'm Not So Keen on Becks'', ''I Love Becks But I Could Do Without Posh'' and ''I Love Gonzo The Great''.
21st May '17 9:54:54 AM nombretomado
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** These shows were so popular that ''I Love the New Millennium'' covered the 2000s in '''2008'''! It's almost fascinating now as a time capsule for what people THOUGHT would be memorable and lasting about, say, 2007. Some looked laughably dated just a year or two down the road -- and yet, it's almost more apt for the sort of nostalgia the franchise was made for. (They had a long segment on Myspace...but didn't mention Facebook once!) In any case, VH1 revisted the decade in 2014, this time calling it ''I Love the 2000s''.

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** These shows were so popular that ''I Love the New Millennium'' covered the 2000s in '''2008'''! It's almost fascinating now as a time capsule for what people THOUGHT would be memorable and lasting about, say, 2007. Some looked laughably dated just a year or two down the road -- and yet, it's almost more apt for the sort of nostalgia the franchise was made for. (They had a long segment on Myspace...but didn't mention Facebook once!) In any case, VH1 revisted [=VH1=] revisited the decade in 2014, this time calling it ''I Love the 2000s''.
1st Mar '17 5:31:24 PM Mario500
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* Creator/TheHistoryChannel too has joined the bandwagon with their ''I Love the 1880s.''

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* Creator/TheHistoryChannel too has joined the bandwagon with their ''I Love the 1880s.''
15th Jan '17 11:33:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheHistoryChannel too has joined the bandwagon with their ''I Love the 1880s.''

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* TheHistoryChannel Creator/TheHistoryChannel too has joined the bandwagon with their ''I Love the 1880s.''
24th Sep '16 1:47:07 PM nombretomado
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* In the UK ChannelFour and Five seem to air a ''100 Best Whatever'' show every few months, roping in lots of "celebs" to discuss their favourite whatevers.

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* In the UK ChannelFour Creator/Channel4 and Five seem to air a ''100 Best Whatever'' show every few months, roping in lots of "celebs" to discuss their favourite whatevers.



** ChannelFour leapt on the chance to release a new-millennium edition about as soon as 2010 started. Appropriately enough given the decade's widespread pessimism and sense of anticlimax, it was called ''the noughties... was that it?'' (yes, inexplicable-but-fashionable [[AllLowercaseLetters lowercase]] included).

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** ChannelFour Creator/Channel4 leapt on the chance to release a new-millennium edition about as soon as 2010 started. Appropriately enough given the decade's widespread pessimism and sense of anticlimax, it was called ''the noughties... was that it?'' (yes, inexplicable-but-fashionable [[AllLowercaseLetters lowercase]] included).
27th Feb '16 12:34:27 AM justanid
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10th Jan '16 9:41:53 PM phoenix
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* The VH1 shows that focused on specific fads were [[SelfParody parodied]] by Gonzo at the end of ''I Love Franchise/TheMuppets'', when he announced that forthcoming programmes would include ''I Love [[Music/SpiceGirls Posh]] & [[TheBeautifulGame Becks]]'', ''I Love Posh But I'm Not So Keen on Becks'', ''I Love Becks But I Could Do Without Posh'' and ''I Love Gonzo The Great''.

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* The VH1 shows that focused on specific fads were [[SelfParody parodied]] by Gonzo at the end of ''I Love Franchise/TheMuppets'', when he announced that forthcoming programmes would include ''I Love [[Music/SpiceGirls Posh]] & [[TheBeautifulGame [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Becks]]'', ''I Love Posh But I'm Not So Keen on Becks'', ''I Love Becks But I Could Do Without Posh'' and ''I Love Gonzo The Great''.
2nd Nov '15 2:03:09 PM twilicorn
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** They also did ''I Love Toys''. Guess what it was about?
** ''I Love the Holidays'' (2005) was a 90-minute special that covered pop culture relating to Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year's. It only aired a few times compared to the endless repeats the decade-based shows received -- strange, considering how well it holds up in TheNewTens.

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** They also did ''I Love Toys''. Guess what it was about?
about? Surprisingly, it fell by the wayside and has rarely been seen since its premiere in 2006.
** ''I Love the Holidays'' (2005) was a 90-minute special that covered pop culture relating to Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year's. It Like ''I Love Toys'', it only aired a few times compared to the endless repeats the decade-based shows received -- strange, considering how well it holds up in TheNewTens.
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