The New Yorker TV show  FEB 17 2016

The New Yorker had launched a TV show called The New Yorker Presents, available on Amazon Prime. The first two episodes feature directors Alex Gibney (Going Clear) and Steve James (Hoop Dreams).

We're tremendously excited to share "The New Yorker Presents" with you, and we hope that you'll watch the two new episodes that will be released each Tuesday for the next five weeks. The first of the episodes available today also includes a segment on the "Truman Show" delusion, in which people believe that they are constantly being filmed; a cartoon being drawn by Roz Chast; and a performance by Paul Giamatti as Honoré de Balzac drinking his fabled fifty daily cups of coffee. The second episode includes a documentary on youth bull riding, by Steve James; Edwidge Danticat's essay "Black Bodies in Motion and in Pain"; and a visit to Atlantic City, with Nick Paumgarten.

This launch is actually a bit of a reboot...they did a pilot of The New Yorker Presents last January.

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