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[11/29/21 - 09:31 AM]
FX and Hulu Set the Next New York Times Presents Documentary Film "To Live and Die in Alabama"
The film, from producer and director Matt Kay, follows the aftermath of the killing of three police officers in a shootout at a drug house in Alabama.

[via press release from FX]

FX and Hulu Set the Next New York Times Presents Documentary Film "To Live and Die in Alabama"

Premieres Friday, December 3 at 10 P.M. ET Simultaneously on FX and Hulu

From Producer and Director Matt Kay

LOS ANGELES, November 29, 2021 - "To Live and Die in Alabama," the next film from the acclaimed documentary film series The New York Times Presents, will premiere Friday, December 3 at 10 p.m. ET simultaneously on FX and Hulu.

The film, from producer and director Matt Kay, follows the aftermath of the killing of three police officers in a shootout at a drug house in Alabama. One man, Nathanial Woods, was sentenced to death for the shootings, even though he was never accused of even touching the murder weapon. In the story of Nathaniel Woods, The New York Times examines the case in full, including allegations of police misconduct that were never raised in his trial. "Mr. Woods didn't kill anybody, didn't shoot anybody, and the state didn't even contend that he did," said one observer. "And that would, in almost any jurisdiction, mean that he should be treated differently than the person who's being accused of actually killing three people. But our law doesn't actually require that."

"To Live and Die in Alabama" includes original reporting from Abby Ellin, Cydney Tucker and Dan Barry, and producing from Lora Moftah. It is the latest in a series of acclaimed documentary films, including "Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson," "Controlling Britney Spears" and "Framing Britney Spears." "Framing Britney Spears" received Emmy(R) Award nominations for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special and Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program, as well as the TCA Award for Outstanding Achievement in News and Information. The New York Times Presents also won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding News/Information (Series or Special) for "The Killing of Breonna Taylor."

The New York Times Presents, a series of standalone documentary films powered by the unparalleled journalism and insight of journalists at The New York Times, is produced by The New York Times and Left/Right, a Red Arrow Studios company. Executive producers are Ken Druckerman, Banks Tarver, Mary Robertson, Jason Stallman, Sam Dolnick and Stephanie Preiss. Robertson also serves as the show runner of The New York Times Presents.

The New York Times Presents hails from the same team responsible for the FX and Hulu docuseries The Weekly, which won four News & Documentary Emmy Awards, an Overseas Press Club award, and its reporting on how a predatory lending scheme had corrupted the taxi industry in New York and elsewhere was part of a body of work that was awarded the Pulitzer Prize.

With more than 1,700 journalists who have reported from over 160 countries since 2019, The Times publishes about 150 pieces of journalism each day, including exclusive reporting on topics ranging from politics to culture to climate to sports to business. The New York Times Presents will continue to tell those stories in a visual and unforgettable way.

About FX

FX is home to acclaimed and award-winning television available on the FX on Hulu streaming hub, the FX, FXX and FXM cable networks, and the video on-demand service FXNOW. FX on Hulu offers next day access to FX and FXX current series, FX's library of legacy series, and exclusive original programming, including Devs, Mrs. America, A Teacher, American Horror Stories, Reservation Dogs, Y: The Last Man and the upcoming The Old Man, Fleishman is in Trouble, Class of '09 and Under the Banner of Heaven. FX additionally features the drama series Mayans M.C., Snowfall and Taboo; the limited series American Horror Story, American Crime Story, Fargo, FEUD, Black Narcissus and the upcoming Pistol, Shōgun, Retreat and The Patient; the comedies Archer, Atlanta, Better Things, Breeders, DAVE, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, What We Do in the Shadows and the upcoming Little Demon and The Bear; the half-hour series The Choe Show and The Premise; the weekly short-form comedy programming showcase Cake; and a growing slate of docuseries and documentary features, including The New York Times Presents, The Most Dangerous Animal of All, AKA Jane Roe, A Wilderness of Error, Hip Hop Uncovered; Hysterical, PRIDE and the upcoming Welcome to Wrexham. FX is the former home of The Shield, Nip/Tuck, Rescue Me, Damages, Sons of Anarchy, Justified, The Americans and Pose. FX's library of acquired box-office hit movies is unmatched by any ad-supported television network, with FXM featuring classic films, contemporary hits, award-winning features and short-form original programming. FXX is also the cable home to The Simpsons, the longest-running comedy in TV history.

About Hulu

Hulu is the leading premium streaming service offering live and on-demand TV and movies, with and without commercials, both in and outside the home. As part of Disney's Media and Entertainment Distribution segment, Hulu is the only service that gives viewers access to current shows from every major U.S. broadcast network; libraries of hit TV series and films; and acclaimed Hulu Originals including Emmy(R) and Golden Globe Award-winning series The Handmaid's Tale and The Act; Golden Globe Award-winning, Emmy(R) Award nominated and Peabody-winning series Ramy; and Emmy(R) Award nominated series Pen15, Shrill, and Wu-Tang: An American Saga, alongside hit series Only Murders in the Building, Nine Perfect Strangers, The Great, Little Fires Everywhere, Normal People, and Solar Opposites; Oscar(R) and Emmy(R) nominated documentary film Minding the Gap, Golden Globe-Award winning and Oscar(R) nominated THE UNITED STATES VS. BILLIE HOLIDAY, and critically acclaimed Hulu Original films VACATION FRIENDS, PALM SPRINGS, RUN and HAPPIEST SEASON. The service also streams live news, entertainment and sports from 20th Television, The Walt Disney Company, NBCUniversal, CBS Corporation, The CW, Turner Networks, A+E Networks and Discovery Networks - available all in one place.





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