Discover the process of finding cast members having enough courage to go through a 30 day process where their convictions are continuously challenged.
Emotions fly when an anti-gun activist shoots a rifle for the first time.
Two friends with a dependence on oil must survive (off the grid) without electricity, meat, and worst of all, they must recycle everything including their own waste.
After about three weeks of working with an animal rights group, the hunter is starting to stretch his limits. On today's agenda? Painting two naked women he has never met to prepare for an anti-fur protest!
Morgan Spurlock visits a sperm bank in San Francisco to find out all about artificial insemination and even ponders taking a crack at being a sperm donor on 30 Days.
Minimum wage is supposed to provide enough income for a person to live but is it really possible to live on it? Filmaker Morgan Spulock tries it for 30 days to find out.
Is it possible to reverse the natural aging process? Morgan Spurlock takes an average guy and has him try to regain his youth using some very questionable science in 30 Days.
Only biodegradable soaps and shampoos can be used in the ecovillage. Can our friends survive on this rule for 30 days?
In a hunter's first day as an animal rights activist, he has to dress up as a chicken and protest in front of a fast food restaurant.
What is it like to be a Muslim in America today? Documentary filmmaker, Morgan Spurlock takes a good Christian boy and has him live with a Muslim family for 30 days. Will it break all his prejudices or just break him?
Can two big energy users really change their ways after the challenge of living at Dancing Rabbit ecovillage?