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TNT has ordered the series “Michael Moore Live from the Apocalypse” (that’s a working title), a new non-fiction series from Moore set to premiere in late fall.
“Live from the Apocalypse” is Moore’s first regular TV show since “The Awful Truth” went off the air in 2000. Before that, he earned a Primetime Emmy – the first ever for a non-fiction series – for his short-lived but fondly remembered “TV Nation.”
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“‘Live from the Apocalypse’ will be a raucous gathering place for millions of our fellow citizens in desperate need of a break from the screaming pundits and the purveyors of ‘alternative facts,'” Moore said in a statement. “Our show will be dangerous and relentless. And it will be the destination for those who want to know what
Speaking at a press conference ahead of the release of his documentary Where To Invade Next, Us director Michael Moore has expressed surprise at the prospect of Britain exiting the European Union as a result of the forthcoming referendum.
“It’s not my place to tell you what you should do, but as an outsider I can say ‘Why would you do this?’, Europe exists today in a large part because of you, the UK, you sacrificed and suffered in the 1930s and 40s to save Europe, why would you want to leave?,” he said.
Where To Invade Next, which sees Moore travelling across Europe searching for positive lessons that the Us can learn from other nations, is being released in the UK by Dogwoof tomorrow (June 10) and opens Sheffield Doc/Fest this weekend.
Quizzed as to whether
We’re now past the halfway point on season 6, and it’s fair to say Game of Thrones mania has gripped the TV nation. Whether you’re walking on eggshells in fear of spoilers or gobbling up each and every tidbit that is released for HBO’s political flagship, not a day goes by where there isn’t some form of nugget to digest and sure enough, the network has premiered the first photos for this week’s episode, “The Broken Man.”
Pegged to premiere on Sunday, June 5, the series of stills arrive off the back of the official, 30-second preview, teeing up a defining meeting between Jaime Lannister and the Blackfish, along with a troubling development for The High Sparrow in King’s Landing.
Across the Narrow Sea, Arya Stark (sorry, No One) is hatching a plan, and there’s a neat shot of our
Which isn't to say that Stewart and the team behind Comedy Central's late-night staple invented their own genre of topical tomfoolery. Shows like That Was the Week That Was experimented with the satirical news format as early as the Sixties. Everything from Bob & Ray to HBO's
Directed by: Roger Moore
Running Time: 1 hr 31 mins
Due Out: October 7, 2014
Who’S It For? Well, let me tell you a story. I was home sick in middle school. My dad recorded some movies after a free HBO weekend. “Roger & Me” was rated R, and I thought I was about to get away with something. I was wrong. What I’m saying is, it’s not for middle schoolers. It’s for everyone who has ever considered liking documentary films. It’s that simple.
This is the chance to see Moore before he became the Moore you have a definitive love Or hate relationship with.
Before we get to the film, if you subscribe to Moore’s e-newsletter, this is old hate, if not, here’s a message from Michael Moore about his film.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, is a big day for me. Warner Bros. is releasing to you,
Roger & Me, the highly acclaimed and groundbreaking hit film that launched Michael Moore’s career as a documentary filmmaker and a leading nationwide activist, debuts in a new 25th Anniversary Blu-ray™ edition, DVD and Digital HD on October 7 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
Roger & Me is a highly original, personal and satire account of one of America’s greatest urban disasters told against the background of the tough times in Flint, Michigan, Moore’s hometown. The birthplace of General Motors, Flint had been economically decimated by, among other things, plant closings and the elimination of 30,000 Gm jobs. In Roger & Me, Moore gives cinematic voice to his razor-sharp,
TV Rating: 4.0/5.0
The premiere is juicy, because Gregory House is in jail – where I suspect even his hardcore fans believe he belongs. This new atmosphere is Kafka-esque, which adds a new twist to how the crabby disease-detecting doctor will operate. All the fine tuned elements of the House character are here, except the physician that is used to getting his way now will have to contend with shivs and stoolies, including the stunt casting of the former Steve Urkel (Jaleel White) as a cellblock procurer.
At the end of the seventh season, Gregory House (Hugh Laurie
I still have last night’s adventures on my mind, but we cannot ignore our guests, can we? There’s lots on Monday’s visitor, a friend of the show who’s one of my favorites–but this is a fascinating group, made up of a major medical scientist, the head of the Special Olympics, and…an explorer who searches out headshrinkers.
Last week was wonderful, wasn’t it? Music, food, one very handsome and brilliant reporter, and a feisty Nobel Prize winner. And Stephen giving us The Word! Can’t wait for more. Doesn’t he make Mondays happy?
And now, your cast of characters for the week…
Monday, 3/28: Michael Moore
Polemical, satirical, and inimitable: Michael Moore is one of a kind, and you either love him or hate him. (I’m a fan.) Although he began as a journalist for alternative magazines like Mother Jones,
The framed letter from President Obama hangs in the hallway outside Matt Weiner's office. "He wrote to say he enjoyed Season 3," the Mad Men creator says, giggling in disbelief. "He was congratulating me on my and the show's success, and I wanted to say, 'But wait, you're the successful person.'"
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Doug Herzog, president MTV Networks' entertainment group, and Comedy Central president Michele Ganeless announced the appointment on Thursday.
Based in La, Alterman will report to Ganeless. He will oversee the development teams in both Los Angeles and New York.
"With his experience in both film and television comedy and his strong relationships within the comedy community, he is the perfect fit for the job," said Ganeless.
Alterman previously was the head of Comedy Central's New York development office until his departure in 2001 and oversaw development and production on such series as "Strangers with Candy" and "Upright Citizens Brigade."
He worked at New Line Cinema from 2001 and 2006 and directed and executive produced "Semi-Pro," starring Will Ferrell and Woody Harrelson, for the studio. He also
So it's no surprise to me that he publishes today this "open letter" to Obama full of fatuous gas about America, Afghanistan and empire:
So now you feel backed into a corner. 30 years ago this past Thursday (Thanksgiving) the Soviet generals had a
The cable channel is closing a deal with Alterman to succeed departing president of original programming and development Lauren Corrao, contingent on him being released from his producing contract with Fox's film division.
Alterman and Michael Aguilar launched a company, Dos Tontos, in February, and are in the middle of a two-year exclusive feature deal at Fox, where they have several projects in development.
A decision on Alterman's future is expected as early as Tuesday.
For Alterman, the Comedy Central gig would represent a return to the network where he served as East Coast development before joining New Line in 2001. He served as an executive producer on several Comedy Central series including "Strangers With Candy," "Upright Citizens Brigade" and "Viva Variety."
Alterman started off as a writer-director-producer, spending two years with Michael Moore on "TV Nation.
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