“OK, Boomer”, otherwise identified as “that meme that is develop into the most effective way of burning anybody more than the age of 50” is officially positioned to develop into a Television show. What will it be about? No a single has a clue.
The Guardian reports that Fox Media is attempting to trademark the phrase for entertainment purposes, as if the meme in its original kind wasn’t funny and transcendent sufficient. While no one appears to know what a Television show primarily based on a meme will appear like, according to the filing, the series would be a reality, comedy or game show referred to as “OK BOOMER.”
FOX has filed a trademark application for “OK BOOMER.”
The media giant filed the application on November 11th.
According to the filing, FOX intends to launch a reality, comedy and/or game show referred to as OK BOOMER.
— Josh Gerben (@JoshGerben) November 18, 2019
So, from that wording, we can collect that Fox just desires to trademark the name and has no thought what to do with it. Cool.
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Fox is not the only player in the game. Ever due to the fact the news broke, there have been other companies interested in reaping the advantages of “OK, Boomer”, attempting to make revenue in the shape of clothes, stickers, a stage play, you name it.
Online fads and memes do not make for the most inspiring stories, in particular due to the fact they’re so intrinsic with the way in which we communicate on the net. The magic of “OK, Boomer” and memes in basic is the reality that anybody can make a thing go viral if they come up with a superior sufficient version of the joke. But, hey, who are we to judge what Fox does with its revenue?
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Let’s hope the show does not finish up becoming a sort of meme-ception, a single that probably boomers place collectively and that ends up becoming embarrassing for the reason that it tries as well challenging to hang out with the little ones.