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Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock is the inside man on this hourlong weekend series, which CNN says provides "an intimate look into diverse sectors of American life and offers a deep-dive into pressing issues facing the U.S." Episodes include stories about migrant farm workers, the elder care industry, union workers, gun owners, education, bankruptcy, medical marijuana and drought conditions. Spurlock hosts and is one of the executive producers.

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