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Split Screen: Kid Nation


The controversial reality TV show known as ‘Kid Nation’, which borrowed its premise from Lord of the Flies, was cancelled shortly after its 2007 debut. Producers took 40 kids into a makeshift desert town to fend for themselves and create their own society. Was the series an opportunity to discover what kids are capable of? Or simply a ploy for ratings? more

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Negative portrayals left kids like Olivia traumatized whereas others, like Laurel and Anjay look back with fondness. How did being on the show affect the trajectory of the pioneers? And why does Kid Nation continue to strike a cultural chord?  more

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After the chaos of the first few weeks life in Bonanza City stabilizes – but that doesn’t make for great TV. The former pioneers say that as the show wore on, the drama became more contrived, with plot-lines that saw kids portrayed as gambling addict... more

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The producers prompt the kids to confront adult themes, with a joint religious service and town hall elections. Through the introduction of politics and religion, we see how Kid Nation is a microcosm of the real world in 2007, where the shadow of 9/1... more

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The kids are forced to navigate social hierarchies as producers introduce class, competition and warped financial incentives. Every few days, a team competition sorts the kids into four social classes: upper class, merchant, cooks and labourers. We a... more

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4.1 out of 5 stars from 82 ratings
  • A Kid Nation analysis podcast? Yes, please!

    This show deep dives into one of the most controversial/wild/fascinating American reality TV shows. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Pang Dynasty
    Canadaa month ago
  • Good so far!

    Really enjoy8mg this series so far. The host is super funny & engaging. This show was insane!!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    Balsam Jude
    Canadaa month ago
  • Great format put down by host

    Podcast with a lot of potential. The idea of making a podcast of this show is in my eyes of cutting edge. Therefore I was really looking forward to finally be able to listen it. The format is great. The people they have included to be interviewed are very well chosen! The material from the interviewed is fenomenale. It gives a lot of inside. All this added up together would be a score five out of five. more

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    Netherlands2 months ago


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