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THE 2000's (CNN / HCO / Playtone)
The series explores the cultural and political milestones of the decade, including technological triumphs like the iPhone and social media, President George W. Bush's War on Terror and response to Hurricane Katrina, Barack Obama's presidential electionand the financial crisis, hip-hop's rise to dominance and a creative renaissance in television.
1968 (CNN / HCO / PLAYTONE)
The four-part docuseries goes back 50 years to explore 1968, a year marked by seismic shifts in American politics, social movements, global relations and cultural icons that changed the modern landscape. Using never-before-seen archival footage and contemporary interviews with journalists, historians, and notable figures, the series maps the tumultuous events of the entire year, from the assassinations of MLK and RFK to escalating anti-Vietnam War sentiment and civil rights struggles.
THE HISTORY OF COMEDY (CNN / HCO/ HAZY MILLS)
A CNN Original Series exploring what makes us laugh, why and how that's influenced our social and political landscape throughout history.
ON FREDDIE ROACH (HBO / HCO / FILM44)
This cinéma-vérité series focuses on Freddie Roach, the world-famous boxing trainer who owns and operates the famed Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, where he has produced a host of world champions. This intensely personal look at Roach chronicles his life and career against the backdrop of Parkinson's disease, an ailment very likely linked to his own boxing past.
THE NINETIES (CNN / HCO / PLAYTONE)
"The Nineties" explores the decade that gave us the Internet, DVDs, and other cultural and political milestones.
HOT GIRLS WANTED (NETFLIX / HCO)
Porn has gone mainstream; the question is, can we handle it? This exploration of the intersection of sex and technology is told through the stories of the people whose lives are defined by the current explosion of internet porn-whether they're creating it, consuming it, or both.
THE EIGHTIES (CNN / HCO / PLAYTONE)
THE EIGHTIES tackles 10 years shaped by exceptionalism and excess. Like its predecessors, "The Eighties" intersperses rare archival newsreel footage, interviews, and comments by historians, journalists, politicians, celebrities and others, painting a perspective-rich picture of a vibrant decade. Episodes examine the age of Reagan, the AIDS crisis, the end of the Cold War, Wall Street corruption, the evolving TV and music scene, and everything in between.
TIBURONES: SHARKS OF CUBA (Discovery / HCO / Tandem / Marc Summers Productions)
An exploration of the toothy fish in the waters off Cuba, a relatively unstudied hotspot of shark biodiversity. The area has only recently been opened to a wide community of scientists because of a thaw in U.S.-Cuban diplomatic relations. "Tiburones: The Sharks of Cuba" follows a joint team of U.S. and Cuban marine biologists. “
THE SEVENTIES (CNN / HCO / PLAYTONE)
Episodes examine the people, events and cultural touchstones that defined the '70s, delving into everything from the impact of the Vietnam War to the unprecedented scandal of Watergate. Also covered are the Iran Hostage Crisis, the sexual revolution, the Munich Olympics massacre, and the kidnapping of Patty Hearst. The documentary combines archival newsreel footage, personal movies, interviews, and comments by historians, journalists, politicians, celebrities and others, bringing new perspectives about a consequential decade.
THE AGENT (Esquire / HCO)
Behind every professional football player is an agent. Their clients make the plays on the field, but they run the game off the field. Esquire Network gives an inside look at the business behind America's biggest sports obsession as cameras follow four top real-life 'Jerry Maguire' sports agents navigating the cutthroat world of professional football in The Agent.
THE SIXTIES (CNN / HCO / PLAYTONE)
With the Vietnam War, the British Invasion, Woodstock, the Civil Rights Movement, and JFK's assassination, the 1960s represent, perhaps, the most consequential decade in U.S. history. It was a period of monumental social and political change, altering virtually every aspect of American life for future generations.
STATE OF PLAY (HBO / HCO / FILM 44)
The growing obsession of parents in the scholastic athletic competition of their children is the focus of this first installment in HBO Sports innovative new documentary series. Each new edition spotlights a topic or person whose impact on the sports world is undeniable, opening with a brief overview, followed by a verite documentary and a roundtable discussion.
THE FIGHT GAME WITH JIM LAMPLEY (HBO / HCO/ FILM 44)
One of America's most accomplished broadcasters — highlights prominent storylines, newsmakers and issues that are top-of-mind in boxing.
GETTYSBURG ( History / HCO / Scott Free)
This two-hour documentary film, narrated by actor Sam Rockwell, commenced a week of programming by the History channel honoring and commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War. Gettysburg showcases the horror of the pivotal 1863 Battle of Gettysburg by following the stories of eight men as they put their lives on the line to fight for what they believed in. The special was honored with a primetime EMMY AWARD for Outstanding Nonfiction Special.
MAGNIFICENT DESOLATION: WALKIN ON THE MOON 3D
The film includes historical NASA footage as well as re-enactments and computer-generated imagery. Tom Hanks is the narrator, co-writer and co-producer. Magnificent Desolation is the third Apollo-related project for Hanks: he was previously involved in the film Apollo 13 and the miniseries From the Earth to the Moon. The voice cast includes Morgan Freeman, John Travolta, Paul Newman, Matt Damon, Matthew McConaughey. Bryan Cranston and Peter Scolari reprised their From the Earth to the Moon roles as Buzz Aldrin and Pete Conrad, respectively.