Appointment television has largely become a thing of the past thanks to DVR, cable programmers’ commitment to marathoning and re-airing shows, and binge-watching enablers like Netflix and Amazon Prime, but the upcoming Snapchat series Literally Can’t Even is bucking the trend–and launching a new outlet for disappearing (disposable?) content. Co-created and written by Sasha Goldberg and Emily Goldwyn, the webisodes will be minutes’ long “snapshots” of the ladies’ lives. (They are Steven Spielberg’s and John Goldwyn’s daughters.) The shoes will disappear 24 hours after airing, and the network, Snap Channel, will not air reruns–kinda like how most of us used to watch TV before 2007. The Hollywood Reporter has the whole story.