and covers topics using an immersionist style of documentary filmmaking. The show's second season aired in 2014 and won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Informational Series or Special.
The show follows Vice journalists and founders Shane Smith and Suroosh Alvi, and segment hosts Ryan Duffy and Thomas Morton as they go to different parts of the world, interviewing people on political and cultural topics.
The show has received both positive and negative reviews because of its unique, provocative presentation and style.
Hello Love Learnings, I’m a 41-year old, recently divorced man with two kids. I also don’t want to seemingly destroy my chances right off the bat. That is not building a strong foundation for a relationship with another human being.
We're just, like, you know, friends." But before you shack up with a partner and the pants are really on fire, we have to get through that festering sore of omissions, obfuscations, half-truths, and fabrications that is the online dating profile.
Luckily for you, dear dater, Vice's Brian Moylan knows exactly what everyone's lying about. "Sure, I'd love to see a Katherine Heigl movie." "No, it's not creepy at all that your dad touched my thigh like that." "I swear I never fucked that chick.
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