PBS, like any other provider of programming, NEEDS to stay relevant. It cannot afford to lose the Sesame Street crowd for several decades until they have time to watch Frontline specials on best places to retire.
I think they realized that there is a market for programs with "Constitution" in the title, based on the word's popularity on social media. They are trying to be hip, cool, bad, rad, in.
Probably the best thing to do is to watch the show and encourage everyone else to do so. The more the merrier. If it's popular, they will respond to demand and change their tune -- they'll do this even if and especially because they also get public funding. The consumer rules.
Congratulations, everybody. This would not have been possible in 2007 when we all first met!
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