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This documentary series attempts to take an unconventional approach to journalism by covering topics in a particularly immersive and confrontational style. The series airs on HBO and is based on the work of the controversial Vice journalism website. It is executive-produced by provocateur Bill Maher.

Vice is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (133 episodes). The series first aired on April 5, 2013.

Where do I stream Vice online? Vice is available for streaming on HBO, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Vice on demand at Showtime, Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, The Roku Channel, Google Play, iTunes, Showtime Anytime online.

Friday 11:00 PM et/pt on HBO
7 Seasons, 133 Episodes
April 5, 2013
Documentary & Biography, News
Cast: Don Johnson, Edward James Olmos, Saundra Santiago, Olivia Brown, John Diehl
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Vice Full Episode Guide

  • Hind Hassan travels to Cambodia to find out how the COVID-19 pandemic is being used as a cover for political repression by one of the world's longest-serving leaders; Correspondent Seb Walker follows New York City's so-called “Last Responders” as they battle against a pandemic to maintain dignity for the dead.

  • Correspondent Alzo Slade heads to Minneapolis and the center of the protest movement against the killing of black Americans by law enforcement; Correspondent Seb Walker travels from Rio de Janeiro to the remote regions of the Amazon to document the impact of COVID-19 and government inaction on some of Brazil's most vulnerable populations; Correspondent Krishna Andavolu meets the "virus hunters" on a mission to prevent the next pandemic. As the world races to find a vaccine for COVID-19, these scientists warn the worst may be yet to come.

  • Discrimination against Asian Americans; a Florida town tackles the pandemic

  • Scandal in a Mississippi prison; COVID-19 and undocumented immigrants

  • Iran's fate in the wake of COVID-19; Reuniting migrant families

  • Healthcare workers take on COVID-19; The U.S. nuclear legacy in the Pacific

  • A dangerous border area in South America; Tiktok's changing influence

  • Quitting Wework & Losing Ground & Italy's Darkest Hour

  • The full impact of COVID-19 in Wuhan; Mexican cartels kidnap Cuban migrants

  • Inside Syria's last rebel-held territory; on lockdown in South Korea

  • Targeting Muslims in India; a tiny Russian republic is a fight factory.

  • VICE's team gained unique access at Camp al-Hol in Northeastern Syria, where tens of thousands of women and children who once lived under ISIS are currently being held. Correspondent Hind Hassan investigates how a power vacuum has left brigades of radicalized ISIS women revolting against Kurdish security personnel, fighting for a resurgence of the terror group in the region. The debut episode will also give an inside look at the hidden arena of cell phone hacking, as correspondent Krishna Andavolu investigates how young video-gamers-turned-criminals are devastating their victims' lives, stealing millions of dollars through an underground practice known as SIM swapping.

  • Throughout human history, doomsayers - people predicting the end of the world - have lived largely on the fringes of society. Today, however, the doomsday industry is thriving, thanks to TV shows, movies, hyperpartisan politics and the news media. With the country's collective anxiety on the rise, even the nation's wealthiest citizens are jumping on board, spending millions of dollars on survival readiness in preparation for unknown calamities. Thomas Morton sets out to see how people across the country are planning to weather the coming storm.

  • Gianna Toboni reports on domestic violence in the U.S. and meets women working to fix the shortcomings of a legal system that often fails to protect them; Isobel Yeung investigates how Crimeans are faring under Russian control, and how Ukrainians are clinging to the hope of reunification.

  • Ben Anderson returns to Yemen to witness the devastating effects of four years of war and indiscriminate bombing of civilians. Also: Anderson investigates trials using MDMA-assisted therapy for veterans and first responders suffering from PTSD

  • Gianna Toboni travels to Mexico to investigate the roots of a spiraling murder rate and meets the people who refuse to be silenced; Michael Moynihan visits Sweden, Italy and Belgium to follow former Trump strategist Steve Bannon and witness the rise of Europe's right-wing populist movement.

  • One year after the explosive allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the #MeToo movement has impacted everything from Supreme Court nominees and workplace culture to sex and dating. Isobel Yeung takes a searing, personal look at how we define consent, hold assailants accountable and start to move forward.

  • Thomas Morton reports on advances in neurotechnology that could open up new avenues of human experience; Ben Anderson returns to Rio de Janeiro to check on social, economic and political conditions since Brazil hosted the 2016 Olympics and 2012 World Cup.

  • A look at how scientists are trying to use technology to "geoengineer" the Earth's atmosphere to reduce the effects of climate change.

  • Gianna Toboni travels to America's Bible Belt to see how evangelicals are navigating today's volatile political environment; Ben Anderson reports on the Allied Democratic Forces and their actions inside the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

  • [HBO] HD. How the transgender community in Texas is fighting for rights and protection; meeting the new revolutionaries in Nicaragua.

  • Charlet Duboc visits remote towns in Colombia where coca farming is a way of life to examine the struggle to make the nation cocaine-free; Taylor Wilson talks to scientists about the race to build the first quantum computer

  • Michael Moynihan examines President Trump's claim that trade wars are easy to win, and what effect his policies could have on the global economy and the number of U.S. jobs.

  • Gianna Toboni reports on capital punishment in the U.S. and follows one death-row inmate on his path to the execution chamber; Isobel Yeung travels to Yemen to interview women who are finding surprising ways to rise above terrorism, civil war and famine, and transcend their traditional roles in the country's conservative society.

  • Isobel Yeung returns to Syria to tell the stories of those who were caught in the crossfire between the most feared terror group on Earth and the U.S.-backed coalition, whose collateral damage destroyed most of the city.

  • Isobel Yeung goes to West Virginia to investigate a surge in child-welfare cases as opioid-addicted parents fight to keep their families together; Krishna Andavolu reports from India on the effects of religious nationalism on the nation's religious minorities.

  • Ben Anderson reports from Iraqi Kurdistan on citizens' hopes for independence; Taylor Wilson joins the Air Force Space Command to see how a growing military and commercial space presence could be a threat to satellites that are essential to humanity's digital way of life.

  • [HBO] HD. An in-depth look at the future of America's infrastructure; Exploring Bangalore, the world's next Silicon Valley.

  • Krishna Andavolu embeds with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to explore what it's like to be an American kid growing up in the shadow of deportation.

  • Hamilton Morris explores the world of clandestine chemists, DIY bio hackers and grey markets to see if a more democratized medicinal future is possible; Isobel Yeung reports from Puerto Rico on the U.S. territory's continued struggles months after the island was ravaged by Hurricane Maria.

  • Gianna Toboni goes to Michigan to see school choice in action and understand what the future of public education might look like; Ben Anderson reports on the crisis in the Central African Republic, where the government barely controls the capital city, and 75% of the country is in the hands of at least 14 armed groups.

  • [HBO] HD. Exploring the future of 3D printing; the latest ways scientists are attempting to answer the ultimate question: Are we alone?

  • Ben Ferguson goes to Russia to speak with voters, candidates and opposition figures prohibited from running to learn how the nation's democracy operates; Gianna Toboni investigates the impact of the Global Gag Rule, which eliminates funding for any NGO providing abortion-related services, on women's health in Uganda.

  • Isobel Yeung travels to Iraq to investigate how Iran is exerting its influence over the country ahead of parliamentary elections; Gianna Toboni explores the effects of climate change on grape cultivation from the vineyards of Napa, Cal., to the wine laboratories of Bordeaux, France.

  • Gianna Toboni reports from the Myanmar-Bangladesh border to investigate what the future holds for Rohingya Muslim refugees who have fled violence in Myanmar; Aris Roussinos goes to Mali to join UN peacekeepers in the lawless Sahara desert. Also: an interview with UN Secretary-General António Guterres.

  • A report on gun violence in the U.S. features interviews with teachers who agree that taking up arms to stop mass shootings is a viable solution.

  • A Revolution in Ruins & New Kids on the Blockchain

  • A look at the aftermath of President Trump's announcement to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem; a report from China on advances in facial recognition technology.