VICE TV HIGHLIGHTS – WEEK 13
Saturday 23rd March 2019 – Friday 29th March 2019
VICE is available on SKY (183), TALKTALK (338), VIRGIN (219),
NOW TV and TVPLAYER
NEW SERIES, EP PREMIERE: VICE LIVE
TX: Tuesday 26th – Friday 29th March, 23:00
Loud, irreverent, and funny with a group of culturally obsessed hosts and contributors, VICE LIVE is a two-hour nightly show that covers the day’s hottest topics and trends from around the world. Filmed live at the VICE headquarters in New York, the show brings the unpredictability of the real world (and the internet) to television, and features a combination of live in-studio, pre-taped content and live-remote segments from New York, Los Angeles, and other international VICE offices. The hyper-topical show is fronted by a panel of sharp, funny and pop-culture-obsessed polymath panellists: comedian and actress Marie Faustin; writer and comedian Zack Fox; comedian, director and photographer Sandy Honig; and rapper and host Fat Tony.
NEW SERIES, EP PREMIERE: Slutever
TX: Monday 25th March, 23:00
Series 2, Episode 7 (“Sugar Babies”)
Vogue sex columnist and VICE.com contributor, Karley Sciortino, takes a look at sex in the modern world. The series explores the concept of sexual adventures, challenging outdated ideas about sexuality and gender by placing herself at the very center of the story in a fun and immersive environment. In tonight’s new premiere arley investigates the growing phenomenon of sugar daddy websites, and meets college sugar babies who are monetising their relationships.
NEW SERIES, EP PREMIERE: Wolf’s Rain
TX: Monday 25th March – Friday 29th March, 01:00
Series 1, Episodes 11-15
In a post-apocalyptic future, a pack of wolves go on an epic journey in search of the doors to Paradise.
SECOND CHANCE TO SEE: Vice News Special – Europe or Die
TX: Sunday 24th March , 22:00
With an unprecedented number of people breaking through its heavily barricaded borders, the EU continues to fortify its frontiers.
SECOND CHANCE TO SEE: Brexit Stage Left – Copenhagen
TX: Monday 25th March, 22:00
Jamali Maddix and three comedian friends (Fern Brady, Alfie Brown and Sean McLoughlin travel to Europe to find out if anyone outside of Britain actually cares about the country’s decision to leave the EU. In this episode, Alfie Brown takes centre stage in Copenhagen, as he ponders how Brexit might cut short his future hopes of raising his family in a city often voted the happiest place to live on Earth.