REPORT: HBO to Air ‘Running with Beto’ Doc on O’Rourke’s Failed Senate Bid
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HBO has announced that it will air a documentary following former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s failed bid for the U.S. Senate, the latest in a long line of films charting the careers of various left-wing media darlings.
The documentary film, Running With Beto, will show how O’Rourke nearly unseated Sen. Ted Cruz in a high-profile campaign that attracted support from celebrities, lawmakers, and left-wing activists across the country. The film will premiere at March’s South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, before airing on HBO as part of their slate of exclusive programming.
The article goes on to state the following:
In a press release on Medium, the network claimed that the documentary will give “viewers unprecedented access into the personal and political toll that running for office can take on a candidate and a family, capturing revealing moments with his wife and three young kids throughout the grueling journey.”
— Running with Beto Doc (@RunningWithBeto) February 8, 2019
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