Taylor Swift is getting her own TV channel ... and it's gonna be all Swift all the time.
See what you've done?
It changes TV's mind or it gets the hose!
AT&T recently announced that Swift will have her own station called Taylor Swift Now, and will revolve around Swift's concerts, interviews, and all that B-roll of being one of the most pursued celebs in the world today.
It was reported that the channel will be available through DirecTV's new streaming service -- if y'all recall, AT&T recently purchased DirecTV in a huge merger -- and will be available alongside other channels like FX and AMC.
They removed classic Doctor Who from Hulu and Netflix, and they're giving us this instead.
What a world. What a world.
As a result of the new channel -- and Swift's ever-surging popularity -- it was revealed that Taylor would get her shot at this year's Super Bowl ... sort of.
Variety reported that Swift will perform at DirecTV's pre-Super Bowl concert.
What a ... joy. A treasure, really.
We're wondering if there's going to be any Taylor Swift twerking involved ... because that's as BTS as it gets, and was basically the pinnacle of Taylor Swift laugh-out-loud entertainment so far in 2016.
Unless you count the Tom Hiddleston/Calvin Harris drama -- that was pretty funny, too.
Previously, Swift was accused of helping Drake get revenge on Rihanna, but we just don't buy that.
Taylor might be one of the shrewdest, most calculating women in the biz, but we don't think she's outright evil, right?
It was reported that Swift and Drake teamed up as the ultimate "breakup couple," and wanted to get their digs out at their exes.
"There will definitely be some digs at [Rihanna]," the source revealed.
"Drake’s still devastated by his breakup from Rihanna and is hoping that this will get under her skin."
The only thing that might get under Rihanna's skin is having to watch Taylor Swift on television day in and day out.
Swift's Instagram is cute.
Her Twitter is pithy.
All of her cat videos are to die for, to be honest.
But a 24-hour Taylor Swift television channel?
Guess we'll just have to see how this one plays out.
(Hint: with cats, please. Lots and lots of cats.)