The New Yorker Presents

Season 1

Feb 16, 2016

Season 1 of The New Yorker Presents was released on February 16 and consists of 11 episodes.

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1: Episode 1
Feb 16, 2016
Filmmaker Alex Gibney (Going Clear) tells how the FBI could have prevented the 9/11 attacks - if it weren't for the CIA. Le Cafe de Balzac: Paul Giamatti plays 19th-century French author Honore de Balzac, who drank 50 cups of coffee each day. Unreality Star: Patients with "The Truman Show delusion" believe their lives are being watched on TV. Cartoon by Roz Chast.
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2: Episode 2
Feb 16, 2016
The Ride of Their Lives: Filmmaker Steve James (Hoop Dreams) profiles two young people in the world's most dangerous sport - bull riding. Black Bodies in Motion and in Pain: Writer Edwidge Danticat looks at racist violence in America through art. The Death and Life of Atlantic City: Writer Nick Paumgarten on the closure of the Revel casino. Cartoons by Roz Chast and Liana Finck.
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3: Episode 3
Mar 15, 2016
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4: Episode 4
Mar 22, 2016
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5: Episode 5
Mar 22, 2016
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6: Episode 6
Mar 29, 2016
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7: Episode 7
Mar 29, 2016
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8: Episode 8
Apr 5, 2016
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9: Episode 9
Mar 7, 2016
THE SILVER THIEF: Filmmakers Chapman Way and Maclain Way (Wild Wild Country; The Battered Bastards of Baseball) profile master thief Blane Nordahl. UP AND THEN DOWN: Writer Nick Paumgarten explains why life as we know it depends on elevators. TOM OF FINLAND: The artist called Tom of Finland changed the image of gay men forever. Is his work porn, or is it art? CARTOONS by Farley Katz and Benjamin Schwartz.
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10: Episode 10
Apr 12, 2016
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11: Episode 11
Apr 12, 2016
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