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Treehugger.com TV Series Coming To Planet Green

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Treehugger has made the inevitable bounce to television with the announcement of a new mini-series on Planet Green.

Titled TREEHUGGER TV, the 30-minutes show will debut on April 21st at 8pm hosted by comedian Faith Salie. According to a release, it will present an “irreverent and provocative look at pressing topics from around the globe—everything from air quality, to exopolitics, to the unexpected value of time capsules”. The goal is to change the way “treehuggers” are viewed a sneaky hippies that wants to sort through your garbage to “innovative, adventurous change-agents working to create a better tomorrow” — that sort through your garbage.

But seriously, we’re thrilled to see a another member of the online green community make the leap to television. Just don’t try and f**k with Josh Dorfman for the ratings crown.

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