The Newsroom 2012 123movies

The Newsroom 2012 123movies

Jun. 24, 2012
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Seasons and episodes

1Season 1 Jun. 24, 2012
2Season 2 Jul. 14, 2013
3Season 3 Nov. 09, 2014

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – A news team attempts to create a news show that reports the news in an ethical and reasonable way. They take real, newsworthy events from our world as they’re happening (such as bin Laden’s justified killing, NSA spying, etc) and report on them as if they were an actual news station that followed rational and moral guidelines, in a biting criticism of our popular press and a clever blurring of art and reality. Plot: A behind-the-scenes look at the people who make a nightly cable-news program. Focusing on a network anchor, his new executive producer, the newsroom staff and their boss, the series tracks their quixotic mission to do the news well in the face of corporate and commercial obstacles-not to mention their own personal entanglements.
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Other Information:


Rated TV-MA
Popularity 20.965
Original Language en
Original Title The Newsroom
Total Seasons 3
Released 24 Jun 2012
Runtime 55 min
Release Year 2012–2014
Genre Drama
Director N/A
Writer Aaron Sorkin
Actors Jeff Daniels, Emily Mortimer, John Gallagher Jr.
Country United States
Awards Won 1 Primetime Emmy. 9 wins & 33 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:


Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Camera Arri Alexa, Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format SxS Pro
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), ProRes 4:4:4 (1080p/24) (source format), XDCAM (source format) (TV scenes)
Printed Film Format Video (HDTV)

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Ratings

Over, but not forgotten
Maybe I am just coming into adulthood after my 45 years, but The Newsroom has always been food for thought. The pace, direction and writing has been excellent. I have watched and re-watched every episode over the past 3 seasons and really can’t understand why they would cancel this show for the ages. First I was not a person that watched West Wing. I was younger and dumber for the show to stick. this show grabbed me from the get go and I have never been more surprised with it’s greatness.

HBO – why oh why are buying into the big network belief that the public is not getting what you bring us. This show is why I subscribe to your network and seeing it leave is a shame. The past episode “Oh Shenandoah” was brilliant is so many ways. It left me thinking about my father and how we can challenge ourselves in moments of being tested. I came here to tell everyone I will watch the last episode with sadness and wish I could continue this great program going forward, but it’s over. I will save these three seasons and remember every episode with fondness and hope to see these great actors, directors and writers in the future where they can continue to express themselves without worrying about ratings or money driven desires.

Thank you for 3 great seasons!

Review By: mynexthome Rating: 10 Date: 2014-12-07
Smart as long as you don’t pause for breath
Aaron Sorkin is an incredibly talented writer. He is also a man with firm political convictions. Many of his best scripts and creations derive from a delicate balance of those two aspects of his being. The West Wing got that balance just right, and all the other elements (not least of which is casting, something we will have to cover here) fell into place by some wonderful serendipity. Other times, a strong creative partner can channel his words to beautiful effect, as was the case with David Fincher’s Social Network, or Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs. Left to his devices, Sorkin will just revel in being Sorkin, for better or worse.

With that lengthy disclaimer of sorts out of the way, welcome to The Newsroom: star anchor Will McAvoy (Daniels) is paired mid-crisis of confidence with former lover and producer MacKenzie McHale (Mortimer), who awakens the idealist in him. Together, with their rag-tag team, they decide to, lo and behold, “do the news”. What follows is a retread of some recent headlines treated with more honesty and clarity of thought than we got in real life, or sometimes simply through a lens that jives better with Sorkin’s particular politics. The concept itself is a double-edged sword: it binds us to the real world (all news events covered are factual) and helps us engage with the content, but also deprives us of any big-picture tension. Where The West Wing had created fictional characters and had them behave in often eerily prescient ways, Newsroom constrains us to commenting on events that have spent most of their dramatic juice (such as the killing of Bin Laden or the rise of the Tea Party and short-lived Occupy Wall Street).

Deprived of real greater-world drama, the show goes overboard in creating inter-personal conflict. Without spoiling anything, the number of love-triangles/squares and conflicts of interest within the team itself strains credulity, and would never be accepted at any major news organization, especially given the number of professional screw-ups these relationships provoke over the course of the show. What makes matters worse is that not all the casting hits home. It takes a very unique kind of performer to pull off the blend of wit, arrogance and earnestness that are the trademark of Sorkin’s characters and dialogue. Emily Mortimer, the ever-delightful Dev Patel, Sam Waterston and Thomas Sadoski walk that fine line to great success, but others falter. Jeff Daniels is just too sour and too good at being an a jerk to convince in the more delicate moments, whilst Olivia Munn does her best with a character who gets short-changed by her own creator at almost every turn. The real chink in the armor, though, is Allison Pill as Maggie, around whom many of the romantic intrigues unfortunately hinge. “Look at her”, says Mortimer’s Mackenzie to a fellow colleague in the pilot. “She’s me before I got older.” If only that were so. Where Mortimer sparkles and commands, Pill tumbles about, gracelessly, her lack of charm or likability undermining all her scenes. Only in Sorkinland would male colleagues all fall for her in an office peoples by the likes of the rest of the compelling female cast. Honorable mentions to two scene-stealing pros: Jane Fonda and Marcia Gay Harden.

There are some bright spots. Sorkin dialogue fizzles and a lot of his best work can be found scattered among the three seasons of this show. It’s only when you pause for breath that you realize it’s not quite that clever…

Still, not the worst way to spend your time.

Review By: OttoVonB Rating: 6 Date: 2021-10-12
The Newsroom 2012 123movies
The Newsroom 2012 123movies
The Newsroom 2012 123movies
The Newsroom 2012 123movies
The Newsroom 2012 123movies
Original title The Newsroom
First air date Jun. 24, 2012
Last air date Dec. 14, 2014
Seasons 3
Episodes 25
Average Duration a:1:{i:0;i:60;} minutes

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