Norwegians love firewood. They’re passionate about it.
So when TV producers in Oslo created a TV show, 20% of the population tuned in to watch. And soon after the producers started getting angry letters telling them that they were stacking wood wrong.
This is a 12-hour show with 4 hours of produced content, and eight hours of watching a live fireplace burn. What’s more, the produced engaged people on Facebook asking for advice on where to put the next log to keep the fire burning.
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