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A docuseries that takes viewers behind-the-scenes at "The New York Times" as reporters break the news. The Weekly is a Documentary & Biography News Reality series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (31 episodes). The series first aired on June 2, 2019. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.6.

The Weekly is available for streaming on the FX (US) website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Weekly on demand at Hulu online.

Sunday at 10:00 PM on FX (US)
2 Seasons, 31 Episodes
June 2, 2019
Documentary & Biography News Reality
6.6/10
Cast: Azam Ahmed
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The Weekly Full Episode Guide

  • As the coronavirus ravages more and more American cities, we look back to the place hit hardest: New York City. Doctors and nurses documented their lives, capturing awe-inspiring resolve in the face of a breakdown in the health-care system.

  • American arms manufacturers are supplying bombs in a war that is considered the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Schools, hospitals and mosques are often targets. Why does the U.S. allow this? The Trump administration believes it creates jobs.

  • Balaraba was a teenager when she was kidnapped by Boko Haram fighters in Nigeria. She refused to carry out a suicide bombing, saving dozens of lives. Now for the first time, she's sharing her story openly -- revealing a remarkable tale of resistance.

  • After a year-long investigation, metro reporter Benjamin Weiser comes across a horrific case of abuse inside one group home in Bronx, New York. The Weekly investigates how and why the state fails to protect these residents and what happens when society forgets the most vulnerable.

  • The siege of Hong Kong Polytechnic University incited 12 days of pure chaos as the world watched in real time on social media. The Weekly reconstructs what happened through the eyes of the reporters and the protesters who were there.

  • For more than a century, The New York Times editorial board has endorsed a presidential candidate every four years. And now, for the first time, their decision-making process will be filmed & revealed to the public in this exclusive episode of The Weekly. Reporter:

  • A 16-year-old girl could help millions around the world.

  • THE WEEKLY has obtained hours of exclusive videos, including confidential interviews with Eddie Gallagher's fellow Navy SEALs, that shed new light on the war-crimes case that has created an extraordinary clash between the Navy and President Trump.

  • A mysterious man emerged with an explosive claim: he said he had thousands of hours of surveillance footage from Jeffrey Epstein's mansions that showed some of the most powerful men in America having sex. Then his story took a turn. Reporters: Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Emily Steel, Jacob Bernstein, David Enrich and Ellen Pollock; Producers/Directors: John Pappas and Lizzie

  • Don't trust your eyes. THE WEEKLY goes inside the race to create the first perfect deepfake — an ultra-realistic fake video that could permanently undermine your ability to trust what you see and hear.

  • A yoga studio combines a power hierarchy, sweaty bodies, intimate touching and an absence of dialogue. The Weekly investigates the culture of sexualized yoga, unwelcome adjustments and outright assault in one of the most accessible, affordable forms of group fitness in America.

  • On the program: police breathalyzers. The Weekly investigates one of the most widely used forensic tools in law enforcement.

  • The story of former White House counsel Donald McGahn, one of the most influential people in the Trump administration.

  • Breathalyzers, one of the most widely used forensic tools in law enforcement, are investigated, to see if they are fundamentally flawed and if they work properly.

  • New York's school system is among the most segregated in the country. Student activists are demanding change. A new school's chancellor seeks to deliver equal opportunities for all.

  • Johnson & Johnson publicly insisted that its iconic baby powder was safe. But asbestos was a concern inside the company for years. Only now is the truth coming out.

  • Russia's meddling in the 2016 U.S. election felt like a bolt from the blue. But Moscow reportedly used crude versions of the same tactics, to great effect, a decade earlier in Estonia.

  • Blood diamonds. Blood smartphones. We investigate a supply chain, uncovering how the gold in your smartphone might trace back to violent paramilitary groups that extort, and sometimes kill, Colombian miners.

  • What happens when the medicine a family needs to survive costs $1.5 million a year? Who pays the bill? And who's reaping the profits?

  • An investigation into an overlooked moment when top U.S. law enforcement officials had an opportunity to take on the drugmaker that was planting the seeds for the opioid crisis -- but instead chose a less aggressive path.

  • An examination of the role YouTube played a role in the election of a right-wing president in Brazil. If YouTube can influence a huge country's trajectory, what else can YouTube do?

  • How far is too far? Inside the circle of young activists who are pushing the Democratic party further to the left as its presidential candidates vie to unseat President Trump.

  • A horror story about Facebook scammers who pose as American servicemen and prey on vulnerable women

  • As an iconic car company transforms itself into a tech company, thousands of auto workers will lose their jobs. No one thinks it's fair, but does the American economy have room for fairness anymore?

  • An investigation of the anatomy of President Trump's inauguration, the most expensive inaugural weekend the country has ever seen.

  • An idealistic American couple circles the world on bicycles, and a group of young men are radicalized by ISIS. "The Weekly" investigates how these lives tragically intersected on a remote mountain pass.

  • The separation of children from their families at the border remains among the most controversial practices of the Trump administration. The Weekly uncovers the untold story of Baby Constantin, who spent most of his first 10 months of life separated from his parents by the American government.

  • New York City taxi drivers have been pushed to bankruptcy, foreclosure - even suicide. A yearlong investigation into the collapse of the taxi medallion industry reveals how the system was rigged against the drivers, and who profited from it.

  • A tiny school in rural Louisiana attracted national attention for sending students to the Ivy League. But a New York Times investigation shows that the viral success stories were full of deception, and that the truth was much darker.

The Weekly Video Clips & Extras

The Endorsement Clip (00:45)