The Newsroom is an American drama television series created and primarily written by Aaron Sorkin. The series chronicles the behind-the-scenes events at the fictional Atlantis Cable News (ACN) channel. It features an ensemble cast including Jeff Daniels as anchor Will McAvoy, who, together with his staff set out to put on a news show "in the face of corporate and commercial obstacles and their own personal entanglements."
Aaron Sorkinâ€™s new drama. Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) runs a primary anchor of a failing 24-hour news network. He and his team are ready to break the monotony of the program and the existing stereotypes. Their goal â€“ go back to the roots of informing audience. But it is not easy to do. On their way â€“ commercial and political obstacles, personal relationships, and much more...Read more »
In the second series we will see a continuation of the stories of the lives of employees cable news channel. As before, in the life of journalists and producers, there is not only work, but also a romantic relationship. The new season will be the development of several scenes. Will McAvoy explores the American Taliban. Sloan Sabbith is involved in a scandal with nude photos. Jim Harper takes part in the election campaign...Read more »
At the channel Atlantis Cable News (ACN) works popular newsreader Will McAvoy. His boss Charlie Skinner hires young journalist MacKenzie McHale for the post of executive producer. Altogether with the whole team they make the so-called honest news. The Newsroom is a political drama, giving a full coverage to the real events in the international political arena. In the new series is upcoming third and final season, which consists of 6 episodes. The new series handle events including the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. The American screen writer and producer Aaron Sorokin in his recent interview apologized for the first two seasons of the Newsroom and announced his willing to start over. Reasoning from the aforesaid the new season promises to excel its predecessors and be a brilliant in its genre.Read more »