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Tomorrow, July 10, at 10 pm ET/PT, The New York Times will launch a monthly documentary series exploring trending news, investigations and character-driven stories by the paper’s journalists.
Showing simultaneously on streamer Hulu and cable network FX, The New York Times Presents will unveil 10 documentaries in all, starting with “They Get Brave,” about New York City health care workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic at great personal risk.
On Friday August 7, “This Is Dominic Fike: The Next Big Thing?” will explore the making of a pop star in 2020.
There will also be a documentary about the police killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville. Director and producer Yoruba Richen will team with New York Times reporter and Pulitzer Prize finalist Rukmini Callimachi to investigate the circumstances of Taylor’s death.
The series is from the team behind the documentary series The Weekly, also from The New York Times and currently available on Hulu.
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