It's hard to look both beautiful and dignified when you're having sex with a brine shrimp, but Isabella Rossellini will be repeating the unthinkable feat for a third season of Green Porno on the Sundance Channel.

Last season brought us a deep dive into the sex lives of ocean mammals. The show was a hit online and managed to draw in a younger demographic to a suite of green shows on the Sundance Channel. Part of that success came from allowing users to embed the code into their blogs and pages, spreading the kinky off-kilter brand far and wide.

According to the just issued press release, Season 2 garnered over 3 million page views, making it one of cable television's most successful web shows.

In Season 3, Rossellini will be joined by renown biologists, focusing on sea creatures that we like to eat -- shrimp, squid, anchovies, with an elephant seal thrown in for good measure.

The new series will be premiered at this month's Toronto film festival and will be accompanied by the release of a Green Porno coffee table book.

When the first season debuted, I wrote a post exploring what made the series "green." There are several reasons I think, the most important of which is the manner in which the show "humanizes" the animal kingdom.  

You can read the whole thing on GreenDig

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