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The Newsroom - Season 1

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Will is  the most popular news anchor in the U.S. back to life by a public breakdown and the arrival of his ex-love MacKenzie McHale, one of the best executive producers in the business. MacKenzie comes in with one mission - change the show from a pandering, ratings driven news program to a truth driven, ethical and fair news report reminiscent of the original news programs.  
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Ethan Alter
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June 11, 2013

This just in: The Newsroom stinks.
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Glenn Garvin
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June 24, 2012

Monstrously misconceived and incompetently executed, powered by a high-octane blend of arrogance and contempt, The Newsroom is an epochal failure, a program destined for television's all-time What Were They Thinking?
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Troy Patterson
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June 24, 2012

The show offers a lot of great talking, but to whom does it wish to speak?
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Will Chadwick
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September 26, 2013

Frustration is the overwhelming feeling coming out of watching the entire first season of The Newsroom.
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Andrew Williams
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March 28, 2014

Speechifying, crusading characters and high drama are acceptable when the future of the free world is at risk; less so when it's the future of an 11pm cable news show.
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Aaron Channon
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June 24, 2012

Perhaps it was a foolish expectation on my part to hope that Sorkin might respond to his critics and improve his heretofore successful formula.
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Joanne Ostrow
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June 24, 2012

It all feels over-overwrought.
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Maureen Ryan
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June 24, 2012

The biggest problem with The Newsroom - and it's one of many, many problems - is that its goals and its narrative strategies are in direct conflict with each other.
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Andy Greenwald
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September 16, 2013

Ultimately, no one appears more deluded than Sorkin. His Will McAvoy is an insufferable blowhard, but the show spends most of its energy trying to convince us he's a saint.
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Verne Gay
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June 24, 2012

There's plenty of heart here - and some very sharp writing and acting, too.
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