One of TV's Best Known Ad Pitchmen Turns to Hemp Farming in Vice's New Series Kings of Kush

10-episode show comes from reality maven Thom Beers

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Anthony Sullivan, an indefatigable TV pitchman for OxiClean and other products, stars in a new unscripted series called Kings of Kush. The 10-episode show, launching this week on A+E’s Vice, follows Sullivan as he and his partners become hemp farmers in rural Vermont.

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Television networks are continuing to dive further into the cannabis industry and culture, with Discovery Channel recently airing the first season of Growing Belushi, about Jim Belushi’s weed farm in southern Oregon, and BET running the advocacy documentary Smoke: Marijuana + Black America.

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