TV Crossovers We Really Want to See

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From Seinfeld to Boy Meets World, some of the greatest television shows of all time have had memorable TV crossover episodes. There was that time Jack Bauer of 24 made an appearance on The Simpsons. And let’s not forget the recent Chicago P.D., Chicago Fire and Law & Order: SVU crossover extravaganza.

Whatever types of TV shows you watch, crossovers are a fun way to see two fictional worlds become one. In fact, some shows may benefit from a crossover episode or two. So, TV producers, here are a few crossovers we’d like to see:

‘Hell’s Kitchen’ and ‘Wife Swap’

Reality TV crossovers are becoming increasingly popular. Just look at Celebrity Family Feud and Are You the One? That’s why we think this reality crossover would be a big hit.

The premise: Gordon Ramsay yells at moms as they cook unfamiliar dishes for each other’s families.

‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘The Bachelor’

These two shows are wildly popular, so it makes sense that each show’s producers would want to cash in on the other show’s audience.

The premise: The ladies of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros all vie for a rose from Tyrion Lannister. (Everyone wants to see him find real love, right?)

‘Orange Is the New Black’ and ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’

Both OITNB and Kimmy Schmidt have strong female leads, so they’d make a good match. Plus, Kimmy has some prior experience being locked up.

The premise: Kimmy goes to jail and teaches the women of Litchfield Penitentiary how to stay positive during tough times.

‘Arrested Development’ and ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

While this one may seem a bit odd at first, it has the potential to be amazingly entertaining.

The premise: The Bluths fight for top spot as America’s Favorite Dancer while performing endless chicken dance solos. Which one will come out on top?