Though numerous criticisms have been leveled at HBO's Aaron Sorkin-scripted 'The Newsroom' since its inaugural season last summer, we remain optimistic over the revamped second season debuting on July 14. That said, it seems writing difficulties and production mishaps have reduced the second season's length from 10 to 9 episodes overall, as Sorkin admitted a "false start" to shooting, among other idiosyncrasies.
Phew! Just when we thought 'The Newsroom' season 2's promotional campaign had started to make sense with the release of the first official trailer, the Aaron Sorkin-scripted HBO drama has returned to the desert of its first teaser for an equally baffling approach to the new season premiering July 14. The full set of moody promotional posters has arrived, but the question remains: do they stand alone together? Or something?
We're still a few weeks away from HBO's season 2 premiere of Aaron Sorkin drama 'The Newsroom,' but the most recent trailer has begun to shed light on the new year for the hotly-debated journalism series. The first three episode descriptions following the July 14 premiere for 'The Newsroom' season 2 have it, so who gets in the most trouble with the inaugural hours?
Last night may have been 'Game of Thrones'' shining finale moment, but HBO spared no expenses in promoting both its recently announced returns and the long-expected premieres to come this summer. Aaron Sorkin's 'The Newsroom' season 2 finally received a proper trailer, but does it look like Sorkin learned any lessons from the multiple misfires of the journalism drama's first season?
No doubt we all need to clear our heads a bit after last night's horribly upsetting 'Game of Thrones' episode, "The Rains of Castamere," and how better to unwind than with a new trailer for HBO's 'The Newsroom' season 2 that doesn't appear to make a lick of sense? Strap on your Aaron Sorkin-bashing helmets, and get ready to artfully explore the desert!
Given 'True Blood's' generous spurt of new footage this weekend, we were also finally able to catch a glimpse of 'The Newsroom' season 2, after the Aaron Sorkin drama's prior teaser skipped out on showing the actual cast. The latest preview for 'The Newsroom' season 2's July 14 premiere sees a new structure to its storytelling, as well as a quick refresher on what characters will have unsorted drama, so check out an early preview of 'The Newsroom' season 2 inside!
Things have been pretty quiet on the front of HBO's Aaron Sorkin series 'The Newsroom' despite its controversial season 2 premiering on the network this summer. Set one year behind the current news cycle, the new run will likely continue to provide a source of debate among critics and viewers , but now HBO has set an official premiere date of Sunday, July 14. Find out what HBO had to say about the plot of 'The Newsroom' season 2 inside!
Controversial though it may have been, HBO's 'The Newsroom' made plenty of headlines of its own by addressing real-life news stories, incorporated into the show's sliding timeline of remaining about one year behind real life. Now, as the Aaron Sorkin-scripted drama prepares to launch a second season on HBO this summer, will it cover some of 2012's biggest stories, or gracefully sidestep more sensitive tragedies like the December Newtown Massacre?
It's been awhile since we've heard or seen any real previews from 'The Newsroom' season 2, even if Aaron Sorkin isn't the type to buy into the spoiler machine ahead of schedule. Most recently we learned that 'Mad Men' star Rosemarie DeWitt had to bow out of a planned season 2 role, and ended up replaced and re-shot with Marcia Gay Harden, so what's the latest? Fresh off her turn in 'House of Cards,' Constance Zimmer will return to HBO after years of 'Entourage' for a role in 'The Newsroom' season 2. So, who will she play?
Late last week we brought you the news from HBO's second season of 'The Newsroom,' which unfortunately revealed that a scheduling conflict with 'Mad Men' star Rosemarie DeWitt meant the actress had to bow out mid-shooting, and be replaced with another actress. Now, HBO has announced that TV vet Marcia Gay Harden will replace DeWitt in the role, but will it change anything about the second season of the Aaron Sorkin drama?