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Once Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit becomes public, Roger moves into crisis mode, doing everything he can to save his career and legacy. But even as he loses everything, his greatest achievement eclipses him-Donald Trump wins the presidency.

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Scott Z. Burns

Writers:

Gabriel Sherman (based on the book 'The Loudest Voice in the Room' and the New York Magazine articles by), Tom McCarthy (developed by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Russell Crowe ... Roger Ailes
Sienna Miller ... Beth Ailes
Seth MacFarlane ... Brian Lewis (credit only)
Annabelle Wallis ... Laurie Luhn (credit only)
Simon McBurney ... Rupert Murdoch
Aleksa Palladino ... Judy Laterza
Naomi Watts ... Gretchen Carlson
Josh Stamberg ... Bill Shine
Jessica Hecht ... Nancy Erika Smith
Barry Watson ... Lachlan Murdoch
Timothy Busfield ... Neil Mullin
Josh Helman ... James Murdoch
Mackenzie Astin ... John Moody
Lucy Owen ... Suzanne Scott
Rod McLachlan ... Jimmy Gildea
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Once Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit becomes public, Roger moves into crisis mode, doing anything and everything he can to save his career and his legacy. Ultimately, it's not enough. Roger is fired from Fox. But even as he's lost everything, his greatest achievement eclipses him-Donald Trump wins the presidency. Written by SHOWTIME

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Biography | Drama

Certificate:

TV-MA

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Ailes 'won' election, but lost something much more important
27 April 2020 | by pkperaSee all my reviews

Yes, this, final episode was mostly about that. Of course, that was to expect, even by those who never heard about him before, after previous episodes.

Well done, and they managed to put lot if it in 50 minutes. Surely, some will not like it because heavy critic (not with words, except their own words) of certain person(s) on power, whole ideology. Regardless from how good acting, direction etc. is. But that's always so with such movies, serials/TV shows. I liked it, and I'm really not leftist.

And that old John Lennon song at end credits - genial choice !


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11 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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