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Paul T. Goldman TV Series Information
Paul T. Goldman is streaming January 1st on Peacock: https://pck.tv/3XWOJ5I
Synopsis: Paul T. Goldman is a mind-bending series from the director of Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and the producers of The Disaster Artist. It's a project that director Jason Woliner has been shooting for over a decade and a story that continues to pile on jaw-dropping new twists. In the style of Woliner's work on Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, the series is a groundbreaking project that mixes fact and fiction to tell a bizarre and incredible tale.
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The Upcoming Comedy Series From Executive Producer Seth Rogen and Director / Executive Producer Jason Woliner (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm) Premieres Exclusively on Peacock January 1 with 3 Episodes at Launch and New Episodes Dropping Weekly on Sundays
Meet the unbelievable man at the center of an unbelievable story.
#PaulTGoldman arrives Jan 1 on Peacock.
A NOTE FROM FROM JASON WOLINER (DIRECTOR / EXECUTIVE PRODUCER)
In 2012, a man named Paul T. Goldman tweeted at me.
He said that he had an incredible story to tell and had written a book - and a screenplay - about it. He asked for my help bringing it to the screen. When I clicked on his twitter, I saw that he had tweeted the same exact thing to hundreds of other people. I clicked on his website and watched a video he'd shot himself: He was a middle-aged, nebbishy guy delivering a monologue about how he'd been the victim of a shocking betrayal that led to a transformation "from wimp to warrior" and set him on a mission to bring down an (alleged) international crime ring. I bought the book immediately.
It instantly became my favorite book I've ever read. The story is equal parts fascinating, hilarious, shocking, and often weirdly moving. It has endless bizarre turns, and Paul himself is the most captivating person I've ever encountered. He reminded me of my favorite documentary subjects: Mark Borchardt from American Movie, Timothy Treadwell from Grizzly Man, or the kind of people that appear in Errol Morris films like Tabloid and Mr. Death. They're striking, quirky, passionate, a little "off"; individuals with a strong sense of purpose but perhaps an atypical form of self-awareness. After a few months of quiet observation, I responded to Paul and told him I was in.
The series that has resulted - a culmination of over a decade of shooting - has wound up becoming the most conceptually ambitious and personal project I've ever worked on. It's in many ways an experimental show and I'm still in grateful disbelief that Peacock has let me do it. The format, combining familiar doc elements with dramatized scenes that Paul wrote about his story - starring Paul playing himself - and weaving that with behind-the-scenes footage from the making of this show (don't worry, it'll make sense when you watch it, I promise) was essentially my way of taking a camera inside this very unique person's brain. At times Paul comes across as sympathetic and at other times he's discomfiting - and it's going to be really exciting to watch the social media response and conversation this creates as the audience debates where they stand on him and his story.
I have always been drawn to projects that are hilarious, surprisingly moving, innovative in form and use real people to tell stories in groundbreaking ways. From my work on Nathan for You to the two years I spent directing Sacha Baron Cohen in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, I can't deny that I love existing in uncomfortable, fascinating moments and figuring out how to capture them on camera. This is a project that has never stopped evolving and revealing new wrinkles and, after working on it for over ten years, my excitement for it only continues to grow. I can't wait to bring the rest of the world in and I sincerely hope you enjoy this very unique series.
ABOUT THE SERIES
PAUL T. GOLDMAN is a mind-bending series from the director of Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and the producers of The Disaster Artist. It's a project that director Jason Woliner has been shooting for over a decade and a story that continues to pile on jaw-dropping new twists. In the style of Woliner's work on Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, the series is a groundbreaking project that mixes fact and fiction to tell a bizarre and incredible tale.
ABOUT THE SERIES:
Director/Executive Producer: Jason Woliner (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm)
Executive Producers: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver, Loreli Alanis (Point Grey Pictures), Megan Ellison (Annapurna), Michael Sagol, Bert Hamelinck (Caviar)
Producers: Tyler Ben-Amotz (Caviar)
Produced By: Point Grey Studios, Caviar
Cast: Paul T. Goldman, Rosanna Arquette, Melinda McGraw, Frank Grillo, Dennis Haysbert, Dee Wallace, Christopher Stanley, Paul Ben-Victor, James Remar, W Earl Brown, Josh Pais, Irina Maleeva, Hilda Boulware
Format: 6 episodes, Comedy Series