Origins with James Andrew Miller
Credits: Chris Colbert (Producer) (edit)
After spending more than three years working on his latest book, “Tinderbox: HBO’s Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers,” replete with 757 interviews, Origins host Jim Miller decided he hadn’t had enough, and has returned with new interviews to further explore one of the world’s most iconic premium content brands.
Origins Chapter 7 is titled, “HBO: Present, Past, and Future,” featuring leading voices from inside and outside the world of
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