'We Need to Talk About Cosby', the new 4-part documentary from W. Kamau Bell, just might have created a new template for how to tell the complicated and extremely uncomfortable stories of the most significant #MeToo offenders.
Netflix's latest show, 'My Unorthodox Life' has taken the world by storm and captured the zeitgeist by exploring Julia Haart's break from 40+ years of ultra-orthodox to becoming a world-renowned fashion mogul.
Adam McKay has worked out a first-look deal with HBO and the first project of that deal will be a limited series based on the reporting of Julie K. Brown about notorious financier and convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein.
In the same week we got two Nissan heavy projects in 'Gran Turismo' and 'Wanted: The Escape of Carlos Ghosn.' Both based on true events but only one involved a human being smuggled out in an instrument case.
A majority of the series will be set on the Greek island of Hydra where the pair met before starting a chaotic relationship that inspired the late singer-songwriter to pen songs such as "So Long, Marianne."
The Showtime docuseries about Roger Ailes is one of those shows that wouldn't work at all if it were fictional and not fact-based, because the lead character being that loathsome simply wouldn't be believable.