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30 Days is a documentary based television program hosted by Morgan Spurlock. In each episode, either Morgan or a test subject commits to participating in a lifestyle or event for 30 days in order to gain perspective on what it is like to live in that manner. Typically, the lifestyle or event is contrary to the behaviors of the test subject, creating difficulty circumstances and problems. While evaluating the problem, Morgan provides commentary based on research and statistics in order to provide the viewer with appropriate context about how an individual situation influences the world.

The participant in each 30-day experiment also provides their assessment of the circumstances, mentioning any difficulties, positive and negative experiences, and differences from the way they typically live or would handle certain situations.

At the end of the thirty days, the participant provides a final interview discussion how their views have possibly changed and why.

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3 Seasons, 18 Episodes - Ended
Documentary & Biography, Reality
7.3/10
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  • Morgan Spurlock spends 30 days on an Navajo reservation in New Mexico where he explores the Native American culture. Morgan is hosted by a school superintendent and her husband, a college physical education instructor and rodeo rider. They are well connected to their native culture while enjoying the well to do lifestyle. While there Spurlock also spends some time in a hogan, which is a bit less accommodating dwelling, and works in a tire store.

  • A dance instructor from Massachusetts who is in favor of gun control will spend 30 days in Ohio at the home of a gun enthusiast. Among the stops will be a job in a gun shop and a visit to a gun show. She in turn will introduce people who have lost a loved one to a bullet.

  • An adoptee, now a mother of two adopted sons herself, is opposed to same sex adoptions. She will spend the next 30 days living with a gay couple in Michigan who have adopted four boys of their own. Among their stops includes attending church with the family, travelling to the state capital in Lansing for a rally for gay and lesbian couples promotting adoptions, and a meeting with a group of lesbian mothers. She will also have a discussion with former foster children about growing up without parents or a permanant home.

  • A North Carolina hunter joins a PETA campaign coordinator/vegan for one month. Among the places they attend are an animal rights protest, work at a center which rescues farm animals and meet with animal rights organizers.

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