The Canadian mockumentary is unapologetic in its portrayal of the poor, and lives with their poverty, says Miles Klee. "Think of how often we’re supposed to latch onto narratives that exist within rarefied, even absurd wealth," he says. "The capitalist wrangling of Succession and Billions. The royal intrigue on Game of Thrones, The Great and The Crown. A show like Killing Eve is brought to life with sumptuous, luxuriant scenery and spaces, while Schitt’s Creek is about a family that still acts rich despite losing their fortune. Trailer Park Boys is virtually alone in addressing questions like: 'What happens if no one picks you up from jail?' and 'How long could you feasibly live in a car?' and 'Is there a way to steal the coins from parking meters?' In this reality, everyone and everything is routinely described as 'f*cked.' That guy’s f*cked. This is f*cked. We’re all f*cked. It is the expression of a people clawing their way out of a hole to find more obstacles all around them."