The death of a television network can cause quite a stir in the TV world, especially when that network is beloved by fans, but Spike TV has died and I don't think anybody really cares.
The channel once billed as "the First Network for Men" is now the Paramount Network, so the person running Spike TV's Twitter account bid the channel a not-so-fond farewell by revealing the network's darkest secrets.
I was baked when I pitched 1000 Ways to Die. Those episodes are mostly based on my nightmares.— SPIKE (@spike) January 17, 2018
The embittered employee spent January 16th tweeting all kinds of wacky stuff about the network that is still up on the SPIKE Twitter page, because apparently Spike is dead so nobody gives a crap about their Twitter page.
I clogged up the 4th stall in the 7th floor men’s room over 30 times last year.— SPIKE (@spike) January 16, 2018
Of course, the whole thing could be a publicity stunt, but if it is who stands to profit from these kinds of ridiculous confessions?
I lost my virginity in one of the storage spaces from Auction Hunters.— SPIKE (@spike) January 16, 2018