Who let the dogs out? Their famous owners, that’s who!
By Laura Rutkowski, Staff Writer
Snoop Dogs, despite its name, is not a show about Snoop Dogg’s dogs (although that would be amazing) – it’s a combo of Cribs and Through The Keyhole, but with a very furry twist. The proverb doesn’t go “curiosity killed the… dog”, which is exactly why this new series employs our four-legged friends to do the snooping. A certain cartoon beagle is called Snoopy, after all.
If you’ve ever wondered what celebrities’ homes look like, you’re about to get a dog’s-eye view. Their pooches give you a tour using mounted Go-Pro cameras attached to a harness.
Who does this little cutie belong to?
Each 30-minute episode features two stars’ homes, with their identities only revealed at the end of the episode. Try to guess who these VIPs (very important pets) belong to as they bound upstairs and downstairs and sniff around under beds and behind sofas. No area is off limits!
Grand Designs’ Kevin McCloud narrates, commenting on architecture, interior design, the gardens and even the overall feng shui of the lavish spaces. In the first episode, a four-year-old Lhasa Apso explores an open plan house and a vast shoe collection, while an eight-year-old golden Labrador takes you around a countryside home that boasts a sweet game room.
Dogs aren’t just a celeb’s best friend, they’re humankind’s best friend, so take our quiz below to find out which doggo from TV and film would be your ultimate canine companion.
When is Channel 4’s Snoop Dogs on TV?
Snoop Dogs airs on Channel 4/HD (CH 104/141) on Fridays at 8.30pm, with the first episode screening on June 26. It is also available in Apps & Games > All 4.
The four-part series will subsequently air every week until Friday 17 July.
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