The latest "Slow TV" hit from Scandinavia.
Since the beginning of March, Norwegian television network NRK has been broadcasting "Piip-Show", a 24/7 online stream that follows the lives of "a short tempered nuthatch, a blue tit with the memory of a gold fish, a happy-go-lucky great tit, and a depressed bullfinch.”
This is the same station that aired seven-hour train rides, minute-by-minute knitting, and other “slow TV” experiments that have become a Norwegian specialty.
For the next three months, the star ensemble will be inhabiting three different houses, starting with a bird feeder modeled after a well-known local coffee shop, shown below. The network promises plenty of “bickering, petty theft, fighting, and attempts at romance.”