Monday, October 01, 2007

An udderly different reality show

If this fall's TV lineup of urban-based comedies and dramas or psuedo-reality programs don't whip your cream, you might want to check out "Big Udder".

Billed as the "most absorbing reality show to hit the small screen," Big Udder takes its cameras onto a dairy farm in Somerset, England.

The website features digital pinup of the castmates, I mean herdmates, and get details about the Jersey and Guernsey cows that are the stars of the show.

The website went live last week and intends to broadcast live 24-hour feeds for 12 months.

According to a BBC story, the man behind "Big Udder" is a farmer by the name of Dom Lane.

Above is an image from the "Big Udder" website of the show's host, Davina McCow.

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