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ABC Family has ordered a documentary show called My Transparent Life straight to series from Ryan Seacrest Productions, which will focus on a teenage boy as he deals with major changes to his home life.

My Transparent Life will follow Ben, a teenager who learns both that his parents are going to divorce and that his father, Charlie, is transitioning into Carly.

The series is set to take a look at… Continue reading ABC Family orders Ryan Seacrest-produced transgender documentary series

foxcatcherside Watch: The Creepy Real Life Foxcatcher Documentary Starring John du Pont

When it comes to this year’s creepier awards contenders, Foxcatcher has to be near the top of the list. Bennett Miller’s film based on the real-life story of multimillionaire John du Pont (Steve Carell) and his bizarre relationship with Olympic wrestlers — and brothers — Mark (Channing Tatum) and David Schultz (Mark Ruffalo) plays out like a slow-burn thriller, featuring tremendous acting to… Continue reading Watch: The Creepy Real-Life 'Foxcatcher' Documentary Starring John du Pont

tyler posey teen wolf mtv Being Tyler Posey: Teen Wolf star defends getting married so young in MTV documentary

We know him best as Scott McCall on
“Teen Wolf” but Tyler Posey decided to give fans a viewers an inside look at his personal life in a 45 minute documentary “Being Tyler Posey” on MTV. Watching him ride motorcycles with his dad, hang out with his family and plan his upcoming wedding just served to confirm that Tyler Posey is

A Brony Tale Are Bronies the New Hippies? A New Documentary Says They Could Change the World

Footage of the Twin Towers aflame on 9/11 is not what I would expect to see in a documentary about bronies. This growing subculture of teen and adult fans of the cartoon My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has never seemed so relevant to anything other than their own odd phenomenon. But in the film A Brony Tale, these misunderstood masses are… Continue reading Are Bronies the New Hippies? A New Documentary Says They Could Change the World

Jerry Sandusky’s adopted son Matt appears in the new documentary Happy Valley about the scandal that landed his father in jail for 30-60 years on 45 counts of child sexual abuse, and took down Penn State University coaching legend Joe Paterno. “They could do what they wanted, they could do no wrong,” Matt, a victim of his