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04/01/2011

Video: 'America's Most Hated' sequel (and we don't mean 'Police Academy Umpteen')

by Jeremy Hooper

Back in 2007, BBC documentarian Louis Theroux got all kinds of attention for his "Most Hated Family in America" special. So on Sunday, BBC Two will air a followup:



America's Most Hated Family in Crisis [BBC Two]

According to press materials, this new special will focus on those who've left the church since Louis' last visit (including Steve Drain's own daughter, Lauren) as well as the recently-decided Supreme Court case. Though no word if the family will finally reveal that this has all been part of the world's longest April Fools' joke.

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