Pretty sure you could find television content creators/developers to mock, embarrass, or just generally exploit almost any group or activity, real or created-just-for-TV, so long as they could find someone willing to pay them to work on it. They'd just as quickly do "Dumb Things Atheists Say: Dawkins Edition" or "Evolutionary Biologist Liars... EXPOSED!" About 9 years ago TLC did a show called 'Shalom in the Home,' about an Orthodox Jewish Rabbi who crossed the country in an RV/trailer thing and showed up at people's houses to give them some life lessons. But first he (and TLC viewers) had to observe them using cameras throughout the house, to find out about their dirtiest laundry that made for the best television. Then the host would try to force the families into changing bad habits and adulterous proclivities in a rapid, positive, and photogenic way. It was especially heart-warming to see everyone trying to manipulate the kids when they were clearly extremely uncomfortable. But that's
cable TV for ya.