George Carlin’s American Dream: How can I watch?

GEORGE Carlin entertained viewers as a veteran comedian before he passed away.

A two-part documentary has been made in his honor to highlight different aspects of his career.

How can I watch George Carlin’s American Dream?

George Carlin’s American Dream is a two-part series about legendary comedian, George Carlin.

The first part was released on May 20, 2022, and the second is scheduled to be released on May 21, 2022.

Both parts debut on HBO, and will also be available to stream on HBO Max.

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What is George Carlin’s American Dream about?

The two-part documentary explores George Carlin's rise to fame, his two marriages, his struggles with drug abuse, and his encounter with the law after performing his "Seven Words" routine.

The documentary also chronicles his childhood growing up in New York City, what transpired between him and his first wife Brenda, and his second marriage with a woman named Sally Wade.

The documentary also includes photos, home videos, and diaries that have never been made public.

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Who is in the documentary?

A host of celebrities are interviewed in the documentary.

Among them are Chris Rock, Stephen Colbert, Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Burr, Patton Oswalt, and Sam Jay.

Additionally, Jon Stewart, Bette Midler, Judy Gold, and Kamau Bell were also interviewed for the documentary.

Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio directed the documentary.

Commenting on the contents of the documentary, co-director, Michael Bonfiglio, stated in an interview: “People who really know nothing about George Carlin will be surprised at how prescient so much of his work was and how relevant it still is."

He concluded: “And for the people who know more about him, I think that they will be fascinated by the early days of his career where he was really trying to find himself and made the famous transition from suit-and-tie George to hippie George.”

Apatow also commented on George Carlin's life in an interview saying: “Listening to him over and over again, in an era where there weren’t 10,000 channels and the internet, was really impactful."

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He continued: “It programmed me to understand how to break down ideas. How to have critical thinking. How to turn observations into humor. How to use voice. How to question authority.

He concluded: "So, in ways that even I don’t understand, I think it was a massive influence, and I can’t even think of anyone who did it as much afterward.”

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