Comment: This led to the following comments on Facebook, including mine:
WHAT WAS THAT???
It's parody. Probably just a spoof, and not really a coming series.
It's a parody of the series Moccasin Flats.
Its view of Native women seems pretty offensive to me. I have a hard time believing APTN would run it as a one-time parody or a series.
Here's a hint for would-be humor writers: You don't satirize something that's stereotypical by simply repeating the stereotypes. If the show is the problem, satirize the show, not Native women.
Another failed satire
I'm reminded of the incident a year or two ago when some Ivy League university--Harvard or Yale--appointed its first Korean dean. In response, someone sent out a letter lampooning Asians. When confronted, the person said he wasn't lampooning Asians, he was lampooning non-Asians' stereotypes of Asians.
That too was an epic failure. When your attack on a subject is indistinguishable from the original attack, you don't get a pass by claiming your version is a satire. An attack is an attack regardless of the imaginary motivation in your mind.
In short, if you want to satirize white people and their prejudices, satirize them, not the people they're prejudiced against.
For more on the subject, see Indians in Cannibal! The Musical.