Summer Reruns, as Martha Stewart Might Say, Can Be …

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a good thing. In fact, whether you’re bored with the Olympics or simply can’t wait for the new fall television season to start, there’s plenty to see right here and right now on PETA TV.

Are you into the classics? Then be sure to check out “Meet Your Meat,” narrated by Emmy- and Academy Award-nominated—and Golden Globe-winning actor—Alec Baldwin (30 Rock, The Cooler). If you see—or show a meat-eater—only one video this year about factory farming, make it “Meet Your Meat.”

Then, over on peta2, there’s a video the entire family can agree on—Full House of Horrors, starring everyone’s favorite (and by “favorite,” I mean most hated) twins, Hairy-Kate and Trashley Trollsen! They’re all grown up, although you wouldn’t know it by the way they act.

Remember Kentucky Fried Movie? Of course you don’t! Well, you’ll never forget Kentucky Fried Cruelty. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry … actually, you’ll probably just cry. It’s a real tear-jerker. Show it to someone you love. Speaking of love …

Love those gritty detective shows with storylines “ripped from the headlines”? Also, love all things China, especially after the Beijing Olympics? Well, while the networks have chosen to ignore this demographic, PETA TV invites you to go undercover with investigators from Swiss Animal Protection/EAST International in C.F.F. Hebei. Travel deep into China’s Hebei Province to expose the “living hell” that is a Chinese fur farm.

So, the next time you get tired of channel surfing, surf on over to PETA TV. With hundreds of videos you can watch on-demand and free of charge, you’re sure to find a video that will allow you to kill a little time and, hopefully, save an animal from being killed.

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“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind