New CBC Show Recognizes Hoarding has Reached Epidemic Proportions in Canada
CBC has announced a new reality show to be added to its winter lineup in 2018. Snow Hoarders will try to capture the ugly reality of Canadian Hoarders.
Host Walter Windchill said “Recent studies have shown over 80% of Canadians admit they have too much snow, but are powerless to get rid of it. In many homes, backyards, and driveways are overflowing with the cold white substance and seemingly overnight they bring in more.” He explained, “Each show we will try to expose Canadians to the cold truth of Snow Hoarding. The may seem like flakes but we want to help them.”
In the show’s premiere two hoarders are focused on. One, a man living at Canada’s most southerly and snow free point – Pelee Island – uses hundreds of refrigerators to collect snow. The other is a woman who began hoarding after a surprise divorce. She uses her stockpile of snow to build thousands of snowmen. Perhaps trying to make the perfect husband to put her frosty divorce behind her.
Early reviews by critics say this new show will take the country by storm.
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