CNN’s popular original series "Morgan Spurlock Inside Man," produced and hosted by Oscar®-nominated documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, will return on Sunday, April 13, 2014.
The all-new season of eight hourlong episodes will feature Spurlock immersing himself in topical subjects while offering an intimate look into diverse aspects of the human condition.
Topics will include “Celebrity,” (the job of satisfying the public's constant appetite for the famous), “Income Disparity” (the 1% vs. the 99%), and “The Future” (where Spurlock goes on an epic quest to live forever).
Tune in Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Only on CNN.
When union protesters are confronted by police, Americans' constitutional right to peaceful assembly isn't always clear.
Labor unions formed to guarantee Americans' workplace rights. We now have laws protecting workers, so do we need unions?
Morgan Spurlock spends time living and working with a family of Nebraska ranchers affected by last year's severe drought.
Morgan Spurlock spends time tending to the cattle of a Nebraska family impacted by the drought.
Morgan Spurlock looks at vacant homes in the bankrupt city of Stockton, California that have attracted squatters.
Morgan Spurlock joins the Stockton Guardian Angels, a safety patrol group dedicated to the security of city residents.
In a special Saturday edition of "Piers Morgan Live," the primetime program invites Morgan Spurlock to take over, as the host of CNN's "Inside Man" fills in for the British television presenter, bringing "Guest Host Week" to a close in fascinating fashion.
Welcoming reporter Glenn Greenwald, the columnist for "The Guardian" who is largely credited with breaking the story surrounding Edward Snowden and leaked information on government agencies use of secret data-mining programs, Spurlock asks why the former National Security Agency contractor fled America:
"Why did he leave the U.S. in the first place? Why not stay here and fight," wonders Spurlock. "If he was really a hero, wouldn't he have just, you know, be seen a little differently if he had just stuck around and kind of stood his ground?"
Seemingly protecting his confidant, Greenwald offers the alternative perspective:
Coming up on Saturday evening, Morgan Spurlock pulls up a chair, closing out "Piers Morgan Live" Guest Host Week with a flourish.
In a special weekend edition of the program, the host of CNN's "Inside Man" invites Representative Steve King to share his thoughts on everything from immigration reform and border control, to government assistance in relation to employment statistics:
"I think there are 100 million Americans that are of working age that just simply are not in the workforce, and one of the reasons that they're not lining up is because we have 80 different means-tested federal welfare programs," notes the Republican from Iowa. "If you add that all up together, it almost is a guarantee of a cradle-to-grave Middle Class standard of living. That's a big mistake to have a policy like that that would have that many people – not necessarily in the shadows – but people that are not in the workforce that should be."
This week on "Inside Man," Morgan Spurlock looks into the physical and financial challenges aging Americans face.
In this clip, Spurlock explains that over 70% of Americans 65 and over will need long-term care at some point. Here, he cares for his 91-year-old grandmother, Tootie.