He's game for pretty much anything. Morgan Spurlock's terrific CNN docuseries Inside Man returns for Season 2 on Sunday, April 13 (10/9c) and it finds the intrepid investigator hanging out with the Hollywood paparazzi at LAX. His mission? Photograph Kim Kardashian! TV Guide Magazine spoke with Spurlock to get all the Krazy dish.
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Documentarian Morgan Spurlock has teamed up with CNN for a documentary-style show that will begin airing in the spring.
Spurlock will host and produce the series, called Inside Man, which "will provide an insider's view into rarely-seen sectors of American life that include gun lovers, marijuana growers, migrant farm workers, and end-of-life caregivers," the network said in a statement.
Seth Meyers, Adrian Grenier
Hulu is expanding its slate of original programming with new series from Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers and Adrian Grenier, the online video site announced during its upfront presentations Thursday.
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Cheers to Morgan Spurlock for bringing back TV's best reality show (yeah, I said it), FX's 30 Days. The third-season premiere sent the Supersize Me documentarian back to his home state of West Virginia to spend a month working as a coal miner. He faced dangers ranging from split underwear to cave-ins and convinced his boss to take a long-overdue test for black lung disease (sadly, spots showed up in both lungs). Plus, he took a truly fair and balanced look at energy issues, interviewing both a coal-industry lobbyist and an environmentalist. Funny and moving, entertaining and educational, 30 Days deserves an Emmy or a Peabody or, most of all, more viewers. Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board. We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or in TV Guide magazine!
Morgan Spurlok by Ray Mickshaw/FX
Hold on to your hard-hats because Morgan Spurlock is back with another round of life-changing stories on the FX documentary show 30 Days beginning June 3 In the premiere episode Spurlock returns to his home state of West Virginia to spend 30 days as a coal miner The filmmaker lived with the mine supervisor Dale and his wife Sandy and worked eight-hour shifts 15 miles underground Its dark cold wet and extraordinarily dangerous Not only do miners face daily exposure to coal dust that causes black lung they also deal with possible explosions or collapse at any time But when TVGuidecom asked Spurlock which one of the six stories from the new season moved him the most he immediately spoke of his time at the mines Not only was Spurlock moved by being immersed in the environment and surrounded by the people who affected his life as he grew up he also felt it was kind of eye opening Its a profession that none of us really know much about or know what go
Morgan Spurlock by Randy Tepper/FX
FX has announced a Tuesday, June 3, premiere date for Season 3 of 30 Days. This time around, series creator/host Morgan Spurlock will toil at a coal mine and live with a family back home in West Virginny. Other entries, says Variety, will find former NFL player Ray Crockett spending 30 days in a wheelchair, and Spurlock living on a Native American reservation.