Vice News is launching a new series with the headline: The American Dream is no more a luxury.
We’re calling it The American Bitch.
The series will air on Vice News on Sunday nights at 10 p.m.
ET and on Vice.com on Monday nights at 11 p.
(PBS, CNN, ABC, and MSNBC).
Vice News editor-in-chief Mike Isaac told TheWrap that the series is not meant to be the first look at how the media landscape has changed in the past decade.
“We’re not just talking about the media bubble that we’ve been living in,” Isaac said.
And you can never be a great journalist without having good ears.” “
The thing that we have learned is that you can’t be a good reporter without having a good eye and a decent ear.
And you can never be a great journalist without having good ears.”
Vice News will be the new home for The American Bastard, a brand new series that will debut on Vice and will explore the stories behind the most iconic brands and iconic brands of the past 15 years.
Isaac said he wanted to take a look at some of the most influential brands and why those brands and brands have evolved in ways that we hadn’t seen before.
“I wanted to see if we could really break down what the brands have been up to over the last 15 years,” Isaac told the Wall Street Journal.
So we’re trying to create a story that is a little bit like a documentary about what it is like to be an American, the story that Americans tell, and we wanted to give them a little peek into the American Bitching experience.””
For Vice News, Isaac said the brand has a unique and unique mission: “We don’t just have the highest-rated news channel, but we also have the most-watched network in the world.
So we’re trying to create a story that is a little bit like a documentary about what it is like to be an American, the story that Americans tell, and we wanted to give them a little peek into the American Bitching experience.
“Vice News has been airing The American Bastards since the fall of 2015.
In this first installment, The AmericanBitch will explore what life in the millennial generation was like in the 1990s, the digital revolution of the mid-2000s, and the current state of the entertainment business.
The show will look at the evolution of the media industry, which has become more focused on a single brand and a single social network than the broader culture.
There are a lot of new businesses out there,” Hische says in the premiere episode. “
Social media has really transformed our business model.
There are a lot of new businesses out there,” Hische says in the premiere episode.
“If you think about it, you’re not even really paying attention to the companies that are trying to make money off of that, but those companies are competing with each other.”
In the second episode, Isaac and writer Chris Burt discuss the rise and fall of Disney, the rise in celebrity culture, and more.
In a follow-up episode, The Bitch will delve into the culture and history of the fashion world and the fashion industry in general.
In Episode 3, TheBitch examines how the industry has changed over the past five years and what it has meant for the millennial market.
The brand will be releasing two new episodes of The American Boyz, a documentary series exploring the evolution and evolution of American masculinity.
Vice News has produced The AmericanBoyz, which will air Sundays at 10:30 p..m., on Vice, and Vice.tv.
Isaac will host The American Boys, a series that has been a part of Vice News since 2014.
The Bitching will premiere on Vice in late April, followed by The American Boi, an all-inclusive documentary series that explores the origins of hip-hop culture and the lives of young men in their twenties and thirties.
In 2017, Vice produced and executive produced the documentary series The Bitter End: The Rise and Fall of the Video Game Industry.
Isaac, Burt, and other Vice reporters will also be part of the upcoming Vice Sports Network documentary series, The Hipster Diaries, that premieres this spring.
The Hipsters, produced by VICE Sports’ former managing editor and executive producer Jason La Canfora, follows the lives and work of hip hop’s most prominent players.
The first installment of The Hipest Boys will be premiering on Vice on April 4, and The Hip Boys 2, produced and directed by Brooklyn filmmaker James O’Brien, will be available on Vice Sports later this year.
“When I got the job to be Vice’s editor-at-large, I knew that I was in for a ride,” Isaac, who was the chief reporter of Vice Sports at the time, said in a statement to TheWap.
“A lot of what Vice News does is give a voice to the underrepresented communities, and that’s exactly what The