FX orders 30 more Days

Cable channel FX has ordered another season of Morgan Spurlock's reality show 30 Days. Season three of Days will feature six hour-long episodes following individuals who enter into lifestyles they are completely unfamiliar with.

Past episodes of 30 Days have featured contentious pairings. In one, a homophobic Christian moved in with a gay roomate in San Francisco's Castro District. In another, an athiest spent a month living in the home of a devoutly Christian family.

Spurlock will appear in two segments this time--in the first season, he took a minimum-wage job to see if he could realistically live on it; in the second, he spent a month in jail.

Spurlock directed 2004's documentary hit Super Size Me. In that film, Spurlock made himself eat nothing but McDonald's super-sized fast-food meals for a month. At the end of the month, his body and mental health had deteriorated markedly.

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Oct 29, 2007
A fantastic show that teaches us that things aren't always what they seem and tolerance for others is the highest virtue.
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Jun 24, 2007
I find this show to be amazing! As a teacher, I find I can use many of the episodes in class. Yahoo for another season!
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Jan 21, 2007
Love the idea of the smoker living with someone who got cancer from smoking! My husband needs to go there!
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Dec 18, 2006
nice
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Dec 13, 2006
Good news. It's a wonderful series and, honestly, is kind of the antithesis of the shows you'd normally find on a Fox network.
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Dec 13, 2006
I love this show. Glad to see that its coming back for a 3rd season
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Dec 13, 2006
SUPER SIZE ME IS A GREAT MOVIE.
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Dec 12, 2006
thats cool.
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Dec 12, 2006
Please Mr. Spurlock-- PLEASE-- send a smoker to live with someone who got cancer from smoking. What they should do though is higher on other people with other ideas, so that way the show can have more episodes. They could do ten episodes in a month or something, as opposed to just one.
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Dec 12, 2006
I'm glad.

It's a good show.

Hopefully it will not be bias.
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