Character Posters for Season 2 of THE NEWSROOM

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HBO has released character posters for the upcoming season of The Newsroom.  As we previously reported, season two will focus on the 2012 Presidential campaign, but EW reports that the season will begin on August 23, 2011 (the day Muammar Gaddafi’s Tripoli compound was captured by rebel forces) and also cover major events including “the Tea Party/American Taliban, the general election including the primaries and conventions, Trayvon Martin, the Affordable Care Act, and drones,” because Aaron Sorkin wants to throw in his two cents but use a TV series instead of a blog.  The new posters cleverly play up Sorkin’s impeccable one-liners, but also use the very serious reporters staring pensively.

Hit the jump to check out the posters.  The Newsroom returns July 14th.

Via EW.




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  • victorinox126

    I loved the first season. totally watching the second, and this posters are really cool.

  • victorinox126

    I loved the first season. totally watching the second, and this posters are really cool.

  • victorinox126

    I loved the first season. totally watching the second, and this posters are really cool.

  • Mitch

    Wow Goldberg is a douche. Could he have wriiten this any more snidely? Probably, but still

    • RIC

      … I quite enjoyed the snide nature.

  • Mitch

    Wow Goldberg is a douche. Could he have wriiten this any more snidely? Probably, but still

  • Mitch

    Wow Goldberg is a douche. Could he have wriiten this any more snidely? Probably, but still

  • Danny

    “Because Aaron Sorkin wants to throw in his two cents but use a TV series instead of a blog.”

    Just like the way you use this movie news site instead of a blog to throw in YOUR two cents Goldberg? Douche.

  • blakeavon

    Wow very narking, when Matt have you written anything even close to the skill of Aaron or created a show that questions the very basis for media in your country? The reason why the show comes across as didactic is because its such a rare thing on US television. Imagine if more US tv shows questioned social framework instead of serial killers and procedural dramas.

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