The TV Land of the late '90s and early '00s couldn't last forever. Audiences age. Sure, the "golden age" TV Land might've introduced younger audiences to shows of the past, but TV Land could keep its old brand viable to advertisers for so long. So this is why you've got the "new" TV Land whose new target audience is GenX as opposed to those old enough to have seen Dukes [OK, Dukes is a GenX show since it was early '80s], Bonanza, Andy Griffith, etc. in primetime. I wonder why it is that cable channels are going younger and hipper, when the "younger and hipper" audience is cutting the cord and flocking towards newer, on-demand media like Hulu, DVD/Bluray, Netflix.