Mandy Patinkin-Narrated Insurrection Docuseries Gets January 6 Premiere On Paramount+

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Paramount+ is to memorialize the anniversary of the January 6th attack on the Capitol with a six-part docuseries narrated by Mandy Patinkin.

The former Homeland star is narrating Indivisible: Healing Hate, and the first episode of the investigative documentary series will debut will debut one year on from the attacks.

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The series analyzes the driving forces behind the attack on the Capitol, the rise of far-right extremism that fueled the events and how the country is dealing with the divide.

Indivisible: Healing Hate will feature interviews with federal and state law enforcement, victims of extremism, lawmakers, analysts and accused and convicted extremists – uncovering surprising links between January 6, historical events and today’s most dangerous radical frontiers in America.

It is directed by James Bruce, who also exec produces along with Jim Clemente, Tim Clemente, Spencer Gordon and Josh Murphy.

The docuseries comes from America’s Most Wanted producer XG Productions and See It Now Studios, the CBS News-backed production division led by its former president Susan Zirinsky.

See It Now was launched in September, and its projects include The 26th Street Garage: The FBI’s Untold Story of 9/11 narrated by Tom Selleck and Race Against Time: The CIA and 9/11.

XG Productions, which has a first-look deal with CBS Studios, is behind series such as CBS’ The Case of: JonBenet Ramsey and is developing Real Criminal Minds, a non-scripted series based on the long-running procedural with CBS Studios and ABC Signature for Paramount+.

Jim and Tim Clemente set the production company up after their hung up their law enforcement badges; Jim was a profiler in the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit, while Tim was a sniper and tactical agent on the FBI SWAT Team. They worked some of the most notorious cases in history including the 9/11 investigation, the D.C. Sniper and Saddam Hussein.

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