BrandX with Russell Brand

TV series BrandX with Russell Brand on FXNetwork: FX
Episodes: 36 (half-hour and hour)
Seasons: Two

TV show dates: June 28, 2012 — May 2, 2013
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Russell Brand and Matt Stoller.

TV show description:      
Produced in Los Angeles, this late-night comic TV series features comedian Russell Brand’s unvarnished and unfiltered point of view on current events, worldwide politics and popular culture.

He takes on the news of the day, using his unconventional sensibility, spirituality, humor and status as a recently transplanted Englishman to get to the bottom of what the news really means. The show is driven by Brand’s interaction with a live audience as he discusses pundits, news makers and activists (many of whom he calls his friends).

In addition, former Congressional policy adviser and Harvard University graduate Matt Stoller appears as a political, economic and historical consultant.

Series Finale:     
Episode #36
Kevin Nealon is the guest.
First aired: May 2, 2013.


What do you think? Do you like the BrandX with Russell Brand series? Are you sorry that it won’t be back for a third season?

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  1. Anonymous says

    Cancelled because the revolution will not be televised! Russell Brand was awake and very wise. I now only view Big Bang Theory repeats on my cable television set. Brand X Live # will undoubtedly have some “reality” show plugged in its place. Thank you western civilization and the illusion of choice!

  2. throatpunch says

    Another season of this brain dead liberal moron saying ironic things ironically. Great.
    “Scary smart”? What are you, 5 years old?

  3. Lynda Tamara says

    I like the show, I like his style. When will people stop breathing down his back it is a NEW SHOW ANY NEW show takes some time to gain it’s momentum and especially with someone as genuine as Russell Brand. I have seen several other late night show hosts that did not start out that strong and now are holding their own. And not everyone really gets his humor or way, but his fans find him very entertaining and thought provoking. I think the show will do well if not it is a sad example of the mentality of all the ridiculous reality shows that I can’t believe are still on. I wish him only the best and always enjoy his work.

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