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, "Hungry Hearts" isn't a wholly original idea but one that might be able to connect with its young target audience given the popularity of this type of content on traditional TV.
Bronson, for his part, has become a major personality for Vice, evolving "F*ck, That's Delicious" from a digital video series into a full-fledged cable show.
If you want to know more about France demanding an investigation on Aleppo, Mylan reaching an agreement on the Epi Pen gouging or student protests in South Africa, you have to Google that yourself (or probably click on a link if you were watching on a connected device), but the assumption is presumably that Vice, with only barely more information than a tweet, lets you know what news there is to explore and then lets you get more depth yourself on what interests you.
And there was more depth on other stories, driven by Vice News reporters and field crews.
Subjects include political assassinations, young weapons manufacturers, child suicide bombers, Indian and Pakistani border politics, the Chinese one-child policy, climate change, and bonded laborers in Pakistan's brick kilns, featuring the work of human and labor rights activist Syeda Ghulam Fatima.
But there also were segments that delivered very little.
The premiere's big sizzle piece was Michael Moynihan's visit to Glenn Beck's ranch in Idaho, in which rather than taking responsibility for the rise of Donald Trump, the recently understated conservative pundit played way-after-the-fact Cassandra and claimed that he warned everybody and nobody would listen.
Beck said that he's had moments he almost could consider voting for Hillary Clinton, but only almost, but he's also not voting for Trump.
Evan Mc Morris-Santoro standing in Pennsylvania with his hands in his pockets looking cold and uncomfortable in proximity to Trump supporters the day after Sunday's debate offered nothing to this broadcast, even if he got great interviews that will be featured tomorrow online.
Arielle Duhaime-Ross' summary of how climate change added to Hurricane Matthew's devastation was there in case you had a dinner scheduled tonight with a stubborn old relative, but felt rudimentary.
UC Berkeley researchers analyzed the racial preferences and online activity of people from the United States who subscribed between 20 to a major Internet dating service.