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Lefty Filmmaker Michael Moore Gets Series on TNT

Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore will be getting his own non-fiction television series this fall on TNT, which is owned by Turner Broadcasting, a division of cable giant Time Warner. The show, Michael Moore Live From The Apocalypse, will combine Moore’s comedic satire with his documentary style filmmaking, and focus on DC politics, Wall Street and the 1% […]
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