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What to Watch on Friday: Showtime’s ‘Shangri-La’ docuseries explores music-making

Showtime’s ‘Shangri-La’ docu-series explores music-making

In Showtime’s ‘Shangri-La’ four-part docu-series, filmmaker Morgan Neville, music producer Rick Rubin and producer Jeff Malmberg exploring the creative conversation and the emotional side of music-making.
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In Showtime’s ‘Shangri-La’ four-part docu-series, filmmaker Morgan Neville, music producer Rick Rubin and producer Jeff Malmberg exploring the creative conversation and the emotional side of music-making.

Shangri-la (9 p.m., Showtime) - A four-part docu-series from filmmaker Morgan Neville (“Won’t You Be My Neighbor” “20 Feet From Stardom”), music producer Rick Rubin and producer Jeff Malmberg exploring the creative conversation and the emotional side of music-making. Other episodes will air weekly, but all four are available starting today for streaming on Showtime and Showtime Anytime apps.

IanTalk: Ideas Not Worth Spreading (Midnight, Comedy Central) - Bill Burr presents this one-hour stand-up special from Ian Edwards, who offers his own edgy twist on a traditional TedTalk. Ian shares thoughts on abortion, Harret Tubman and why he refuses to learn to swim.

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