Native Voices Tell The Story Of 'Reservation Dogs' : Pop Culture Happy Hour The new series Reservation Dogs follows four Indigenous teenagers who live in Oklahoma, but are scheming and saving to get to California. It's a loose and dry-witted comedy that has notes of countless teenager hangout stories. And it's made by an entirely Indigenous group of writers, directors, and actors, who bring a level of detail and specificity to these kids and their experience that American television has practically never had.

Native Voices Tell The Story Of 'Reservation Dogs'

Native Voices Tell The Story Of 'Reservation Dogs'

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Paulina Alexis, Devery Jacobs, D'Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai and Lane Factor in Reservation Dogs. Shane Brown/FX hide caption

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Paulina Alexis, Devery Jacobs, D'Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai and Lane Factor in Reservation Dogs.

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The new series Reservation Dogs follows four Indigenous teenagers who live in Oklahoma, but are scheming and saving to get to California. It's a loose and dry-witted comedy that has notes of countless teenager hangout stories. And it's made by an entirely Indigenous group of writers, directors, and actors, who bring a level of detail and specificity to these kids and their experience that American television has practically never had.

The audio was produced by Jared M. Gair, and edited by Mike Katzif.