Julian Assange’s Reality TV Show to Premiere Next Week
Julian Assange, 40, is an Australian-born political activist and journalist known for his controversial website WikiLeaks, which has published leaked documents that allege government and corporate misconduct. Assange fell into his career path after he was a hacker-activity in his early days.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has completed filming episodes for his upcoming reality TV show “The World Tomorrow," which will air on Tuesday, April 17, on the Russia Today (RT) network.
Assange, who is the subject of a grand jury investigation in the U.S., will be hosting a series of conversations with “some of the most interesting and controversial people alive in the world today," according to a statement attached to WikiLeaks’s Twitter page.
Assange filmed the series over the past two months at his temporary home in England, where he remains under house arrest.
Although it will originally air on Russia’s RT network, the show will also be available online and is expected to come to more networks in the near future.
“The World Tomorrow” will be a 12-episode series with a range of guests, from politicians and revolutionaries to artists and visionaries.