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Screenwriting legend Aaron Sorkin stopped by The Colbert Report tonight to promote his new HBO drama The Newsroom, which I rather enjoyed this week. Sorkin lamented on the current state of news reporting in America, and he and Colbert also discussed “the golden age” of news, The West Wing, and what makes America greatest country in the world, …

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[WATCH] Aaron Sorkin’s THE NEWSROOM continues to look terrific

HBO’s upcoming drama The Newsroom is increasingly looking like a terrific TV comeback for creator/writer Aaron Sorkin, who bombed five years ago with Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip and subsequently turned his attention to highly acclaimed films (Charlie Wilson’s War, The Social Network, Moneyball). Like Sorkin’s previous shows (Sports Night, The West Wing), The …

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[WATCH] Trailer for Aaron Sorkin’s new HBO show THE NEWSROOM

Academy Award winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network) returns to television in June with his new HBO drama The Newsroom, which is easily one of the most highly anticipated new shows of 2012. The show stars Jeff Daniels as nationally recognized news anchor Will McAvoy, who loses his calm objectivity (and possibly his audience) when responding …

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