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A Day in the Life — New Series on Hulu

posted by Nell Minow

Hulu has another new original series, “A Day in the Life.”  Documentarian Morgan Spurlock (“Supersize Me,” “Pom Wonderful Presents The Greatest Movie Ever Sold”) is spending time with fascinating people and showing us what one day looks like.  Want to know how billionaire Richard Branson spends his time?  Or comic Russell Peters?  Here’s a chance to find out.

[Spurlock is] refocusing his lens on the most innovative and intriguing individuals in our pop culture landscape, allowing the audience to experience what it’s like to be at the pinnacle of an exciting and extraordinary career by being “a fly on the wall” during the course of a typical day. Each episode goes behind the scenes with today’s leading figures – celebrities, musicians, comedians, dancers, entrepreneurs – literally chronicling one day in their lives in a half-hour documentary film.

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