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Metafictional Movies And TV Shows That We Would Absolutely Love To Watch

Metafictional Movies And TV Shows That We Would Absolutely Love To Watch
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Your favorite characters love these shows, and we bet you would love them too.

Throughout the rich history of the entertainment industry we've seen thousands of universes and imaginary worlds.

Some of them are so detailed that they have their own inner movies or TV-shows that characters tend to watch.

Here are some of the works that exist only in fictional universes but would be absolutely loved in the real world, according to fans.

The Simpsons: Planet of the Apes The Musical

It's been 27 years since we saw the musical Planet of the Apes in the 19th episode of season 7 starring a fictional actor Troy McClure.

The hilarious Dr. Zias song stuck in fans' minds and they would love to see a musical like this in reality.

Married with Children: Psycho Dad

Psycho Dad is a fictional character and a TV program aired on PBS in Married with Children. Psycho Dad was idolized by Al Bundy and the other members of NO MA'AM.

Following complaints from a women's group regarding its excessive violence, the program was unexpectedly canceled.

Despite Al and his companions' attempts to revive the show by staging a protest at WHBZ, a nearby station that aired it, their efforts proved unsuccessful.

Marvel: Captain America Musical

Rogers: The Musical was shown in Hawkeye episode 6 of season 1. The musical interprets the final battle of the first Avengers movie, praising Steve Rogers the team's fearless leader.

Fans would love to attend the musical and some might not know but it actually already happened in real life. The musical was performed at D23 Expo 2022 and it was definitely fun.

Futurama: All My Circuits

The Planet Express crew occasionally watches a TV series called All My Circuits, which is full of robots with just one human thrown in for good measure. Apparently, it's supposed to be a nod to those soap operas from way back when, and it is hilarious given the context.

The Sopranos: Cleaver

Of course you know The Sopranos. Well, towards the end of the series they bring in this metafictional film called Cleaver.

The plot of Cleaver revolves around a guy named Christopher Moltisanti, who's always mixing up real information about the Soprano crime family into the story.

So the whole time they're working on the film, the big question was whether Christopher's character would reveal too much and put the family in danger.

Sources: Reddit