Highest Rated Titles With Sharon Waxman
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2. Film '72 (1971– )
30 min | Talk-Show
The BBC's flagship cinema review television programme featuring reviews of new releases, news items and interviews. The title of the programme changes each year to incorporate the year of broadcast.
4. CBS News Sunday Morning (1979– )
90 min | News
The news show that does personal interest pieces, and has done since 1979. Anything from interviews with actors, political figures, athletes, musicians, costume designers, fashion designers... See full summary »
7. Overnight (2003)
R | 82 min | Documentary
A documentary on the rise and stumble of Troy Duffy, the bartender-cum-filmmaker who was swept up by Miramax's Harvey Weinstein to turn his script for The Boondock Saints into a feature film.
8. The Golden Globes: Hollywood's Dirty Little Secret (2003 TV Movie)
Less than 100 film critics wield enormous power in deciding the financial success of Hollywood's major motion pictures. The film takes a humorous look at one of the industry's most important award shows.
11. El Chapo & Sean Penn: Bungle in the Jungle (2016 TV Movie)
The sensational real story behind the Oscar winner's meeting with the Mexican drug lord, and the famous Hollywood figure who was pulling the strings back in Hollywood.
15. Inside Edition (1988– )
TV-PG | Documentary, News
Along with "Hard Copy" and "A Current Affair", this show was one of the early alternative news shows to be carried nationwide in the US. Primary stories usually focused on sex scandals, ... See full summary »
5 min | Short, Talk-Show
In a keynote interview at TheWrap's TheGrill@ Locations Show, co-founder and president-CEO of Metan Development Group Larry Namer explains to host Sharon Waxman the keys to success in ... See full summary »
Charlie Rose (1991– )
Episode dated 28 April 2005
56 min | News, Talk-Show
Live Coverage Of President Bush'S Press Conference With Guest Host Ron Insana, Anchor Of Cnbc'S Street Signs, Norman Ornstein Of The American Enterprise Institute, David Sanger Of The New ... See full summary »