I am no big fan of Dr. Oz. But this trailer reeks of a kind of sensationalism that would be ill-advised if its goal were to "debunk" paleo in the propagandistic sense. There's just too much solid evidence for a broad sense of paleo precepts, for him to think he could get away with a one-sided slam. If he wanted to dimiss paleo he would be much smarter to put together a panel format,with some dumb-ass advocate to present the case for paleo, countered by some articulate, seemingly informed, China Study type researcher, with lots of correlational stuff and (secretly) close friends with Ornish. Then Oz could conclude: "Well, the evidence speaks for itself. Don't eat too much meat or fat!"
On at least one occasion, Dr. Oz. has resisted the temptation to do a hardcore hit job. He did an episode (or maybe a series) on the HCG Diet, and though the overall tenor was one of skepticism for its claims, he ended up saying the jury is out on the agency of HCG per se in fat mobilization. His main concern was the VLCD angle, its effect on metabolic slowing. Point being: HCG Diet would have been an easy subject for one-sided "anti" treatment. By contrast, the paleo world has way too many articulate, responsible, non-wild-eyed proponents, for Oz to risk reducing the subject to PT Barnum.
All the same, I'm prepared to be wrong on this. I never fail to be amazed at the low standards of contemporary TV. And clearly some producer gave a lot of thought to the "people in zoos" format.