The Awesome Fest, the producers of film events around the city, are teaming up with Fishtown's the Fillmore, for a new Monday night series screening classic television.

While there are countless movie nights throughout the city – the Awesome Fest used to host Monday movie screenings at Chinatown's Trocadero Theatre – there are no other regular TV screening nights.

Starting Dec. 28, the series will be called Thank God It's Monday, a play on ABC's long-running TGIF night (think Urkel). Each event is free. Sweatpants are encouraged.

Each Monday will feature a themed two-hour blog of TV, including unaired TV pilots or Beavis and Butthead karaoke. The program will take place in the Foundry, the Fillmore's club-within-a-club that seats about 200.

To go along with the TV programming, the Foundry's kitchen will create special TV dinners for the evening. Don't lie, you're totally looking forward to brownie.

"The first week will be an end of the decade, best of variety show extravaganza, a look back at the 1980s finest (and not-so-finest). Two hours of sitcoms, commercials, TV intro theme songs, and probably a few dirty Dice Clay nursery rhymes," Awesome Fest founder Josh Goldbloom said.  Goldbloom also name-checked the likes of Bob Ross, MacGuyver and Coach.

The schedule will be posted weekly on the Awesome Fest's site.

The Awesome Fest has been programming movies around the city since 2010, focusing on outdoor screening series during the summer. A recent legal battle meant the end of the Awesome Fest's relationship with the Trocadero, sending Goldbloom in search of a new home, one that he has found at the FIllmore.