• PopPress
  • July 17, 2013
  • StopPress Team

PopPress was quite partial to the recent poster campaign by New York PBS Station Thirteen that skewered the types of reality shows likely to be put on mainstream TV these days (and in so doing, show how it offers quality content and raise some money to create it). And after Knitting Wars ('It's Sew On'), Married to a Mime ('She's Got Plenty to Say'), The Dillionaire ('Life's a Pickle'), Bayou Eskimos ('Their Life is Headed South') and Big Bad Bag Boys ('Clean up on Every Aisle'), it's followed up with three trailers for fake shows Meet the Tanners, Clam Kings, and Long Island Landscapers

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  • Media
  • February 22, 2019
  • StopPress Team
The Compendium: 22 February

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