TA might be more practical if we aren't just focusing on technology related subjects. Therefore I propose a Movies & TV TA site.
Thanks, it would be great to have some non-tech communities here. something like [TGO](https://outdoors.stackexchange.com/) on Stack Exchange could be another non-tech option.
The current criteria for new communities we are working with is that we will launch a community on request if it is for a topic that lends itself to the focused Q&A format, and if any one of the following is true:
1. we have at least a handful of people who want to get involved, who are passionate about building that community here
1. the topic is so vast that it may be able to eventually build up steam of it's own accord by random accretion (like C++/*nix/PHP/.net perhaps)
1. the community caters to a niche not well served by any other platform
A "Movies and TV" community [already exists on Stack Exchange](https://movies.stackexchange.com/questions) and isn't in the top tier of high-traffic topics, though it is quite a busy site.
There are ways in which this kind of topic could be covered differently (and perhaps better) here, combining normal Q&A with other post types like reviews and contests.
Let's see how much interest we get here — and we'll take things forward as and when enough people want to get involved.