Showtime, owned by the CBS network has commissioned 13 episodes of acclaimed docuseries Vice, just a few months after HBO axed the weekly newsmagazine from youth-skewing company Vice Media.
It is set to premiere on Showtime in spring 2020. EVP of nonfiction programming, Vinnie Malhotra announced the acquisition.
Vice, the series, delivers in-depth journalism on the world’s most pressing issues, known for its exclusive on-the-ground reporting from the front lines of global conflicts and civil uprisings in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and beyond. As well as its coverage of the issues dividing America today from LGBTQ rights and the climate crisis to gun control.
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