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Mike Rowe’s ‘Returning The Favor’ Looks To “Foster A Community” On Facebook

Last year, when Facebook was beginning to seed its newly-launched Watch tab, one of the first shows it announced was Returning The Favor, an inspiring documentary series led by former Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe. A few months later, Facebook greenlit a second season of Returning The Favor, which has since premiered for Watch viewers. Now, as Returning The Favor rolls along, its creators are looking to inspire fans of the show to help out people in need.
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