Posts Tagged ‘CNN’

A soundtrack album has been released for the CNN original series Eva Longoria: Searching for Mexico. The album features selections of the show’s original score composed by Tony Morales (Reacher, FUBAR, Scorpion, Elena of Avalor, The Fugitive, The Bag Man, The Endgame) who has received his second Primetime Emmy Award nomination for his music and Pascual Reyes […]

Tamar-kali (Mudbound, Shirley, The Assistant, The Lie, Palmer, Come Sunday) has recently been scoring the upcoming documentary Little Richard: I Am Everything. The film is directed by Lisa Cortés (All In: The Fight For Democracy) and centers on global music superstar Richard Penniman (aka Little Richard), a key architect of rock ‘n’ roll whose unique sound, performance and bravado launched […]

WaterTower Music has released a soundtrack album for the documentary Navalny. The album features the film’s original music composed by Marius de Vries (CODA, Strange Magic, Kick-Ass, Sucker Punch), Matt Robertson (The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel, The Forest) & Anna Drubich (Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Fear Street Part 3: 1966, Werewolves Within). […]

Premiering tonight is the new HBO original series The Nevers created by Joss Whedon and starring Laura Donnelly, Ann Skelly, Olivia Williams, Tom Riley, James Norton, Rochelle Neil, Amy Manson, Eleanor Tomlinson, Pip Torrens, Denis O’Hare, Nick Frost and Ben Chaplin. The show’s original music is composed by Mark Isham (Crash, Once Upon a Time, Miracle, A River […]

Premiering tonight is the Showtime docu-series The Fourth Estate directed by Liz Garbus about how the New York Times covered President Trump’s first year in office. Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross (The Social Network, Gone Girl, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) composed the show’s main titles theme and H. Scott Salinas (City of Ghosts, […]

Blake Neely has been tapped to score the upcoming documentary series The Sixties. The show explores key moments of the 1960s through archival newsreel footage, personal movies, and interviews with eyewitnesses to history. The 10-part series features expert commentary from historians, including David McCullough, Robert Dallek, and Robert Caro, as well as recollections from journalists, […]