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Watershed moments in pop culture are examined, featuring a look at untold stories behind each incident. Cultureshock is a Documentary & Biography, Mini-Series series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (5 episodes). The series first aired on June 25, 2018. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

Cultureshock is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Cultureshock on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, A&E, Google Play, iTunes online.

Monday at 9:00 PM on A&E
1 Season, 5 Episodes
June 25, 2018
Documentary & Biography, Mini-Series
Cast: J.J. Miller, Michael Jackson
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  • Comedian and Emmy Award winner W. Kamau Bell ("United Shades of America") steps behind the camera to direct this film about how Chris Rock changed the face of comedy with his seminal 1996 special "Bring the Pain." In his own words, Rock recounts how after being fired from SNL and upstaged by Martin Lawrence at his own show, he looked to challenge himself in a way he never had before. The result was his HBO special, widely considered a revelatory work with a bold style that changed the conversation about race in popular culture, as well as the face of comedy forever.

  • A documentary about a dramedy series featuring the sad yet humorous difficulties of teenage life.

  • A look at the rise of the raw and salacious real-life television theater of tabloid talk shows. Also, how the series laid the groundwork for reality television shows, and its lasting cultural impact.

  • This documentary takes a look at the story behind the groundbreaking reality TV series that catapulted the Osbourne family into the global spotlight. Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly talk about fact, fiction and the slippery line between the two. An unfiltered look at the lasting effect on the family and the reality television landscape as a whole, the film allows viewers a closer look at the price of fame.

  • A fast-moving cultural critique on the day that Michael Jackson passed away. Looking at the final days of the pop icon's life, the documentary sheds a light on the immeasurable pressure Jackson was under as he prepared for his final tour, and how he ultimately ended up with the biggest audience of his lifetime during his true final farewell.