The New Yorker goes behind-the-scenes of Animal Planet's ingenious counter-Super Bowl programming, the Puppy Bowl.
They write, '"Most of the magic happens in the editing room,' [executive producer Melinda] Toporoff said—ninety hours are condensed to less than two. The magic does not reliably happen on the field, because puppies are unreliable. They can be aggressive one minute—an offscreen American Humane Association observer breaks up fights, usually by clapping—and listless the next."
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