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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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24.5%
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64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
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About this title

Storyline

For decades, newscasts -- at both the local and national level -- have had an anchor or anchors sitting behind a desk and reading news stories.The half-hour "VICE News Tonight" does away with that tried-and-true formula in an attempt to create what it calls "the first modern news show," offering a variety of presentation styles and storytelling capabilities intended to resonate with the growing social and mobile audience. From traditional newscast elements, such as field pieces and newsmaker interviews, to more unique elements like animations and data visualizations, the show takes a flexible approach to reporting the news --- with no anchor in sight. Stories focus on topics ranging from U.S. politics and national security to technology and the environment.

Country: United States

Type: News

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: October 10, 2016

Also Known As: Vice晚间新闻, HBO.Vice.News.Tonight |  See more »

Parents Guide: United States (TV-14)

Genres

Plot Keywords

politics

Company Credits

Production Co: Home Box Office (HBO)

Cast

Abdul Aziz Ghazi
as Self - Imam Aziz
Christopher Louras
as Self - Mayor, Rutland
Paul Gosar
as Self - R-Arizona
Jake Hanrahan
as Self - Correspondent
Adam Kinzinger
as Self - R-Illinois
Paola Ramos
as Self - Reporter
Patrick J. Carney
as Self - Commentator
Dexter Thomas
as Self - Correspondent (segment "Buyer Beware")
Jessica Leeds
as Self
Gavin Grimm
as Self - Student
Karena Virginia
as Self
Misty K. Snow
as Self - State Senate Candidate, Utah
Aaron Traywick
as Self
Lori Randolph
as Self
Bob Randall
as Self - Orange County Board of Elections
Jill Holslin
as Self - Photographer
Alexandra Jaffe
as Self - Vice News
Elizabeth Fenton
as Self - Former House Candidate
Ravi Somaiya
as Self - Correspondent
Charles C. Mann
as Self
Shane Smith
as Self - Correspondent
Tom Cole
as Self - R-Oklahoma
Simon Tam
as Simon Tam
Peter Feaman
as Self - Republican National Committee
Isobel Yeung
as Self - Correspondent/Correspondent
Christian Ramirez
as Self - Director, Southern Border Communities Coalition
Amy Dorris
Jamie Cox
as Self - Orange County Board of Elections
Roberto Ferdman
as Self - Correspondent
J'Aime Morgaine
as Self - Kingman Resident
Rick Mendoza
as Self Celebrity Photographer
Jay Caspian Kang
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Vice News
Daniel Hernandez
as Self - Correspondent
Reba Sherrill
as Self - Former House Candidate
John Boehner
as Self - Former Speaker of the House
Jason Leopold
as Self - Correspondent
Dondi Tawatao
as Self - Photographer
Roseanne Barr
as Self
Carlos Curbelo
as Self - R-Florida
Joshua Hersh
as Self - Correspondent
Nicolas Lulli
as Self - WeWork Employee
Tristan Roberts
as Self
Nichole York
as Self - U.S. Navy Veteran
Elle Reeve
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Vice News
Antonia Hylton
as Self - Correspondent
Nadine Strossen
as Self - Former President of the ACLU
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Butch Dias
as Self - Protester
David Noriega
as Self - Vice News
Frank Parlato
as Self
Arielle Duhaime-Ross
as Self/Self - Correspondent
Pamela Templer
as Self - Biogeoscientist
Randy Credico
as Self
Rachel Crooks
as Self
Sebastian Walker
as Self - Correspondent
Benjamin Irish
as Self - Political Advisor
Nellie Bowles
as Self - Correspondent
Matt Checkowski
as Self - Minority Report Redux
Jose Foronda
as Self
Andrew Turner
as Self - U.S. Navy Veteran
William Kotel
as Self - Retired US Army Sergeant
Glenn Beck
as Self - Commentator (segment "Conservative in Exile")
Dina Elshinnawi
as Self - Narration
Michael C. Moynihan
as Self - Correspondent/Self - Correspondent (segment "Conservative in Exile")/Self - Narration
Roy Villareal
as Self - Acting Chief, San Diego Sector U.S. Border Patrol

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 211 Episodes

Season 2

2017 | 147 Episodes

Season 3

2018 | 18 Episodes

Season 4

2019 | 3 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

News & Documentary Emmy Awards 2017

Nominee

News & Documentary Emmy Awards

Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story in a Newscast

Nominee

News & Documentary Emmy Awards

Outstanding Feature Story in a Newscast

Winner

News & Documentary Emmy Awards

Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story in a Newscast

Nominee

News & Documentary Emmy Awards

Outstanding Hard News Feature Story in a Newscast

Nominee

News & Documentary Emmy Awards

Best Story in a Newscast

Nominee

News & Documentary Emmy Awards

Outstanding Editing: News

Peabody Awards 2017

Winner

Peabody Awards

Television

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