5 reasons to watch N.J. journalist's 'Weediquette' show about marijuana culture

Vice, the media company with a stronghold among millennials, launches its new Viceland TV channel this week with a slate of shows including "Weediquette," a series that examines marijuana culture. 

And Krishna Andavolu knows what you're thinking — of course Vice would have a show about weed.

Still, it's not the marijuana — not even the THC or the cannabis oil — that the series seeks to truly illuminate.

1. It's about people, not just weed

The faces and families behind the weed form the core of the show, says Andavolu, the series' host, a Vice regular who grew up in Mercer County.

In interviews from their home six months after their move to Denver, the Wilsons say they made the right decision to leave New Jersey.

"In my mind it has a lot of seriousness to it, a lot of rigor," he says of the show, which hones in on characters for...

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