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While I found the idea interesting, all this series does is serve as a reminder as to how important journalistic impartiality is. In the majority of the cases the journalists let their biases completely warp their stories.
The 3 star rating is an average. Episode 6 is the best of the bunch, with John Stanton giving great coverage on a complicated subject, I would have given that episode a 8.
By far the worst was Scaachi Koul's coverage in Episode 4 "Men's Rights". She takes a nuanced subject and completely spews her bias all over it. It's frankly journalistic malpractice.
I would suggest watching it not because it's a great show, but because it shows how much bias leaks into supposedly unbiased, neutral sources. It definitely makes me want to avoid reading Buzzfeed stories!
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