David Graeber, who helped organize the Occupy Wall Street movement, has died in Venice, his agent said. With that in mind, this episode at once features Maggie speaking to a lawyer about her traumatic experiences in Uganda seeking access for a story … His early articles about the movement appeared in a briefing sent to analysts at the security company Stratfor, which was released by WikiLeaks as part of its "Global Intelligence Files." Meanwhile, … The season will have a wrongful termination lawsuit as a long-running story as its backbone. The ridiculous misrepresentation of OWS was never more evident than on Oct. 5, when organized labor joined OWS in Lower Manhattan to protest Wall Street greed. Jerry Dantana (Hamish Linklater), a producer from ACN's D.C. bureau, is recruited to fill in for Harper while he covers the Romney campaign. Directed by Mark FitzGerald. The news producer can't help but laugh. Sitemap | The Department of Investigation’s damning report echoes criticism of police handling of arrests at the Republic National Convention in 2004 and Occupy Wall Street years later. Maybe five. In The Pitch, two advertising agencies try to re-launch Kevin Rudd's career. With Megan Minto, Ray Rosales, Rocky Conly, Christy Decker. Listen to Episode 97 - The Stick Of Butter Story and 102 more episodes by Occupy A Job On Wall Street, free! Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. We created our own guy, this kind of fictionalized version of what it is, to see if we can't do it well enough that you can believe we dropped him in the middle of the guys that really exist.". Dantana is eager to report on President Obama's counterterrorism policy, and ACN's business anchor Sloan Sabbith (Olivia Munn) seconds the notion. [Spoilers ahead from Sunday's episode, "The First Thing We Do, Let's Kill All the Lawyers."]. Since it's August of 2011, it's also very early in election primary season, and an ACN staffer who was covering the Mitt Romney campaign in New Hampshire broke his foot. Occupy Wall Street. 'The Newsroom' Season 2 Trailer: Occupy Wall Street Lives. Season two picks up right after the finale and incorporates a new structure for the series built around flashbacks. 'The Newsroom' Season 2 Episode 4 ONLINE LIVE STREAMING: "Unintended Consequences" Preview, Spoilers / Occupy Wall Street, Maggie's Trip to Africa Explained [TRAILER] The Newsroom Season 2 Episode 4 "Unintended Consequences" airs Sunday night at 10 PM ET on HBO and HBO Go. The show then flashes back to 14 months earlier -- Aug. 23, 2011, to be exact -- where it starts explaining the "American Taliban" aftermath. ET on HBO. He was 59. "The Newsroom" Cast Character Introductions, Sign up for membership to become a founding member and help shape HuffPost's next chapter. "The Newsroom" Season 2 will have a different format than the first season. The Occupy Wall Street movement has captured much the nation’s attention with a clear message: A U.S. economy driven by the interests of business and the wealthy has generated increasingly unequal economic outcomes where the top 1 percent did exceptionally well but the vast majority did not do well at … Want more episodes like this? "It is deja vu all over again," DOI Commissioner Margaret Garnett said. Sun., Dec. 20, 2020. The Newsroom Season II, starring Jeff Daniels and a brilliant supporting cast, is just as enigmatic, and quirky as Season I. The encampment was reminiscent of 2011’s Occupy Wall Street, when protesters against income inequality took over Zuccotti Park, a few blocks from City … 'The Newsroom': Occupy Wall Street, 2012 Election And More In Season 2 Preview (VIDEO) "The Newsroom" Season 2 will have a different format than the first season. Shelley Buttman launches a one woman protest in front of an elementary school to save girls' little league soccer and prepare for her Tarantino audition. Next. In the first episode of season two, the HBO drama rewinds to the GOP primary season and Occupy Wall Street while adding a … Previous. St Kilda. The guy was Jim Harper. The Newsroom airs at 10 p.m. on Sundays on HBO. The Newsroom is an American television drama series created by Aaron Sorkin, which … — Occupy Wall Street (@OccupyWallStNYC) July 22, 2013 @OccupyWallSt Lets not forget Chris Matthews is a consultant on The Newsroom this season, #LamestreamMedia — … In another episode that features the beginning of Occupy Wall Street, he criticizes the movement heavily on the grounds that it has no leaders or clear direction. … She is absolutely not on that street because it's in John Wall's neighborhood. The character Shelly Wexley is a college professor and spokesperson for the Occupy movement. Directed by Olive Sancho. An Occupy Wall Street protester with a Black Op lead refuses to cooperate with Neal and Jerry after an on-air interview with Will goes poorly. Well, NPR's Sam Sanders looks at one disorganized movement and the effect it's had on today's politics. 'The Newsroom': Occupy Wall Street, 2012 Election And More In Season 2 Preview (VIDEO) "The Newsroom" Season 2 will have a different format than the first season. The episode was written by series co-creator Trey Parker, and is a parody of the Occupy Wall Street movement and the late-2000s recession. Oct. 5: Christian Blackfeather Ruiz, 19, from Bronx, New York, searches for a spot to camp among participants in the Occupy Wall Street Protest at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan. Just another day in the office for liberal storyteller Aaron Sorkin and his HBO drama The Newsroom. "The Newsroom" Season 2 will also feature the 2012 election, Occupy Wall Street and lots of personal turmoil for the characters. "The Newsroom" Season 2 premieres Sunday, July 14 at 10 p.m. The series chronicles behind-the-scenes events at the fictional Atlantis Cable News (ACN) channel. The rally drew more than 30,000 people and produced one of the biggest politicial marches I’ve ever seen in Manhattan outside of a parade, and I’ve been living in and visiting New York City on and off since I was 8 years old. A close look at Occupy Wall Street reveals a lasting legacy. Episode 97 - The Stick of Butter Story. It finally happened. An on-air remark from Will has him pulled from 9/11 anniversary coverage. | Do Not Sell My Personal Information Just another day in the office for liberal storyteller Aaron Sorkin and his HBO drama The Newsroom. Maybe five. Add your voice. The episode ends back in the meeting with ACN lawyers 14 months later to discuss how the reporting on Genoa went wrong. The Newsroom Recap - Season 2, Episode 2 - The Genoa Tip The Newsroom Recap: ‘Flip And Fry Wall Street’ Episode two of The Newsroom ‘s second season … The nascent Occupy Wall Street movement is still treated like a joke in the newsroom, especially when Neal Sampat (Dev Patel) goes to a meeting that … Jim lands Hallie a one-on-one but gets heat from Mac as a result. What type of story? The show picks up in Season 2 in summer 2011 as OWS is … To make up for it, he offers Dantana a tip on a story. They did a lot of research on the setting and the environment, and I've been in a lot of newsrooms over the years plugging movies, so I was aware. A professor of anthropology … David Graeber, who helped organize the Occupy Wall Street movement, has died in Venice, his agent said. Aaron Sorkin's Golden Globe-nominated drama set at the fictional Atlantis Cable News (ACN) flashes back to September 2011 as the second season opens, but an on-air remark by anchor Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) gets him KO'd from coverage of the 9/11 anniversary. Wed … After the revamped intro titles roll, the drama begins with McAvoy smirking at ACN's lawyer, Rebecca Halliday (Marcia Gay Harden), while she tries to elicit answers about why his show went on the air with a story alleging that the U.S. used nerve gas in an operation called Genoa. Aaron never said, 'By the way, it's based on so-and-so.' But, the next week's episode jumped six months into the future and moved on to other issues. America's first woman combat pilot. Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom is dealing with the topic of Occupy Wall Street, and while I loved the Occupy Movement, I’m forced to admit that Sorkin makes some pretty good points.. The Newsroom is an American political drama television series created and principally written by Aaron Sorkin that premiered on HBO on June 24, 2012, and concluded on December 14, 2014, consisting of 25 episodes over three seasons, with 52 to 73 minute long episodes.. The series chronicles behind-the-scenes events at the fictional Atlantis Cable News (ACN) channel. Will and the News Night staff are questioned by their lawyer about a story they've aired that's become a network crisis. Neal Sampat (Dev Patel), who runs the show's blog, becomes fascinated with the nascent Occupy Wall Street movement. Episode two of The Newsroom's second season opens with the ominously uplifting voice of Mitt Romney, criticizing President Obama's jobs policy in August 2011. With Megan Minto, Ray Rosales, Rocky Conly, Christy Decker. EPISODE 104 The Newsroom: Season 2 Invitation to the Set. Dantana decides to include a military expert on a News Night drone strike panel. "I believe America is on the verge of starting its own Arab Spring," he says during his story pitch. Episode 96 - … "The Newsroom": Maggie's crisis in Uganda and Will hates Occupy In the season's fourth episode, Maggie spills about her experiences in Africa, and Jim screws up yet again | California Privacy Rights Part of HuffPost Entertainment. Senior producer Jim Harper (John Gallagher Jr.), who's still in love with Maggie but crushed that she's now living with Don Keefer (Thomas Sadoski), signs up to cover Romney. The character Shelly Wexley is a college professor and spokesperson for the Occupy movement. An Occupy Wall Street protester with a Black Op lead refuses to cooperate with Neal and Jerry after an on-air interview with Will goes poorly. News > Business The Dirt: Panda Express to occupy former White Elephant site on Division Street. The Crisis Management segment looks at Qantas and how its rivals have responded to its crisis. He claims that his coverage of Occupy Wall Street served as the basis for a scene about Occupy Wall Street in HBO's The Newsroom. When we last left heroic, truth-telling Republican anchor Will McAvoy he was telling viewers the Tea Party was the American Taliban. In a new behind-the-scenes preview video, series creator Aaron Sorkin and HBO give fans a look at the new season. He was 59. ‘The Newsroom’ season 2, episode 4 preview: Will McAvoy vs. EPISODE 15 Season 2, Episode 5: News … The Newsroom airs at 10 p.m. on Sundays on HBO. In a new behind-the-scenes preview video, series creator Aaron Sorkin and HBO give fans a look at the new season.