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Actor and comedian Russell Brand hosts this late-night comedy series that features Brand's unfiltered take on current events, politics and pop culture.
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Russell Brand in New York City (TV Special 2009)
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Russell Brand, the unexpected star and scene-stealer of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and controversial host of the 2008 VMA's, makes his Comedy Central debut with "Russell Brand in New York ... See full summary »

Director: Ryan Polito
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In this personal journey for BBC Three, Russell Brand sets out to find out how other countries are tackling their problems of drug abuse and to explore how the framework of criminalization ... See full summary »

Director: Ross Wilson
Stars: Russell Brand, Nick Clegg, David Cameron
7 Deadly Sins (TV Series 2014)
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Morgan Spurlock presents a modern day interpretation of the seven deadly sins: lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy, and pride.

Stars: Jennifer Brito, Tommy Gunn, Mike Heslin
Brand X (1970)
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In 1969, Taylor Mead complained to his friend artist Wynn Chamberlain that Andy Warhol had never paid him for any of the work he had done for him and Wynn said he would make a film ... See full synopsis »

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A look at the growing disparity between different economic classes.

Director: Michael Winterbottom
Stars: Russell Brand, Geraint Anderson, Brigitte Bardot
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Russell talks about the scandals in which he has been involved, and the press and public's reactions to them, then finishes by talking about sex.

Director: Hamish Hamilton
Stars: Russell Brand
Hospital People (TV Series 2017)
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Mockumentary following the lives of staff at Brimlington Hospital. Including ambitious manager Susan, inept DJ Ivan, cheeky chaplain Father Kenny and psychic porter Ian (all played by Tom Binns).

Stars: Tom Binns, Amit Shah, Janine Duvitski
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Actor and comedian Russell Brand hosts this late-night comedy series that features Brand's unfiltered take on current events, politics and pop culture.

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Russell is doing something new
25 March 2013 | by (Slovakia) – See all my reviews

The first few shows left me feeling a little perplexed. It wasn't comedy, but rather a comically dressed person trying to express his world-views in a funny and vulgar way. With every episode, the show has become more enjoyable, but I think that the theme of exploring today's world basically stuck.

Since I was expecting more comedy, I didn't enjoy the show that much at first. I identified with some of his views, but that is not why I watched it. Gradually, the comedy part caught up with the rest. However, what I love about the show now is mainly the 'philosophy behind his mental illness'. He tries to portray the most extreme individuals as people (spoiler: 'as long as they don't have sex with animals') and, tries to open a dialogue free of condemnation. While he (or any of this) can't be taken seriously, I think he's still trying to send an important message.

The laughs are solid and I think most people will enjoy his more recent shows. I am giving this a 10/10 because I like what he's doing.


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