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Paramount+ slates XG docuseries “Indivisible” for Capitol riot anniversary

Paramount+ will premiere a new investigative documentary series, Indivisible: Healing Hate, about the January 6, 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol, on the anniversary of the event. The first episode of ...
January 5, 2022

Paramount+ will premiere a new investigative documentary series, Indivisible: Healing Hate, about the January 6, 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol, on the anniversary of the event.

The first episode of the six-part series, Rage Revealed, will premiere on January 6 on Paramount+

Indivisible: Healing Hate is narrated by actor Mandy Pantinkin (Homeland) and examines the factors behind the Capitol insurrection, the rise of far right extremism that fueled the incident and how American society can begin the process of healing the hatred that’s divided the country. It features interviews with police, victims of extremism, accused and convicted extremists, lawmakers and analysts.

The series will explore the events of January 6 and dig into the background of far right extremism, including where it comes from and how it became such a dangerous platform. The series will also look at how extremism is distorted and politicized by media narratives, looking at steps that can be taken to prevent such violent confrontations in future.

Indivisible: Healing Hate is produced by XG Productions (America’s Most Wanted) along with ViacomCBS’s See It Now Studios. It was directed by James Bruce¬†and written by Josh Murphy, both from XG Productions. Bruce and Murphy are also executive producers, along with Spencer Gordon and XG Productions co-founders Jim and Tim Clemente.

Photo: XG Productions/YouTube

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