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After the first episode of The New Yorker Presents, you’ll be asking yourself why aren’t more people talking about this revolutionary show? It’s obvious that people don’t buy newspapers like they used to, so why not bring the great content that can be found in the New Yorker to online streaming? The New Yorker contains 30-minute episodes that are filled with intriguing stories and information from around the world. Each segment is shown in a different format of filmmaking. The show has segments filmed in the nature of documentaries, short films, and even animations.

If you find consuming news boring, then this is the show for you! Some of the stories are extremely intriguing and unusual. Take, for instance, the story of a man who believes he is being filmed by reality TV show. He’s not being filmed by anyone, but a sudden delusional mental syndrome makes him feel like he is being filmed at all times. The man suffers from what is called The Truman syndrome, named after the classic Jim Carrey film.

Ever wondered what it is like to be apart of a bull-riding family? A short documentary piece gives a deep and insightful look at the life of a bull riding family. If that isn’t your thing, maybe you’ll enjoy the piece on a woman who does hyper-sexualized art exhibits?

In short, The New Yorker Presents has something for everyone. With each episode only being 30 minutes, the show is like popcorn. You have to keep watching them until you’ve downed all 9 episodes. This show can be streamed on Amazon Prime.