What You (Hopefully) Missed On Season One Of 'The Newsroom'

“The Newsroom” is writer-director Aaron Sorkin’s remarkably bad dramatization of the goings-on at a fictional 24-hour cable news channel. “Remarkably” because, while HBO has served up trashy guilty pleasures (“True Blood”) and gnomic bafflers (“John From Cincinnati”), it had at least managed to avoid producing anything that felt like a second-rate network series. While critical reception was mostly lukewarm to chilly, the show drew enough viewers to earn a second season.

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