The term "phrogging" (pronounced "frogging") may not be overly familiar to most, but it's the official name given to the surprising phenomenon of a someone living under your roof without your knowledge. It's something Lifetime is exploring in its new 10-part reality series Phrogging: Hider in My House. While it sounds unthinkable, it's quite common, and something the participants of the series all endured. "I work a lot in true crime," explained executive producer Jessica Everleth (who also worked on Lifetime's acclaimed Surviving R. Kelly documentary) in an exclusive interview with MediaVillage. "So, when this came to me, I felt it was right up my alley. I was kind of excited because it was a thriller and didn't necessarily involve a gruesome murderer.
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