Vice : Season 2 (2014)


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Air date: Mar 14, 2014

In the Season 2 premiere, Shane Smith travels to Afghanistan to find out what's become of U.S. aid to fund reconstruction projects. Also: Ben Anderson visits Rio de Janeiro to observe missions by Brazilian police to stop gang violence in the city's favelas before the nation hosts soccer's World Cup in 2014 and the 2016 Summer Olympics.

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Air date: Mar 21, 2014

Shane Smith goes to Greenland with climatologist Jason Box to investigate the island's melting ice and its effect on sea levels; Fazeelat Aslam reports on the brick-kiln industry in Pakistan and the conditions under which men, women and children work.

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Air date: Mar 28, 2014

David Choe examines the market for scrap metal in the U.S. and China and the entrepreneurs who go to extremes to harvest it; Suroosh Alvi reports on the effects of drone strikes in Pakistan and how they can foster extremism and militancy.

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Air date: Apr 4, 2014

Thomas Morton reports on the struggle for a Kurdish state by communities in Syria, Turkey, Iran and Iraq; Vikram Gandhi investigates the illegal trade in rhinoceros horns from southern Africa to Vietnam.

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Air date: Apr 11, 2014

Shane Smith visits Dagestan to investigate the Russian republic's alleged ties to terrorism and the time spent there by suspected Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev; Thomas Morton examines U.S. evangelical Christians' support for Israel.

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Air date: Apr 25, 2014

A look at marijuana legalization; profiles of North Korean defectors.

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Air date: May 2, 2014

A report on rape in India and what activists are doing to combat sexual assault; a visit to Kazakhstan to observe the effects of decades of nuclear testing by the Soviet Union.

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Air date: May 9, 2014

Vikram Gandhi reports on a natural gas extraction project in Papua New Guinea and what it means for the future of the country and its people; Thomas Morton examines drought conditions in Texas and the solutions proposed by legislators, community leaders and citizens.

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Air date: May 16, 2014

Shane Smith reports on the lasting effects of the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico; Ben Anderson visits Yemen to examine the rise of the Houthi rebel movement.

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Air date: May 23, 2014

A visit to Japan to monitor the damage caused by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant; a report on the treatment needed by U.S. veterans returning from foreign wars.

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A newsmagazine that investigates global current events, including political and cultural topics.

Cast & Crew

Shane Smith
Bill Maher
Executive Producer
Shane Smith
Executive Producer
Eddy Moretti
Executive Producer
Fareed Zakaria
Consulting Producer

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Audience Reviews for Vice : Season 2

  • Aug 30, 2016
    Outstanding documentary series! Truly a show for people who want to learn about our world's happenings. Refreshing in in the sense of unbiased journalism.
  • May 31, 2015
    Season 2 takes over where season 1 left off, discussing topics the world over that are easily overlooked by mainstream news outlets, and willfully ignored by the 'establishment' media. If you can't get enough, see yourself over to YouTube, where their two channels, VICE and VICE News continue doing what they do best, free from the strictures of a weekly 30-minutes television slot. For the uninitiated, some good places to start would be their various "VICE Guide(s) to Travel" -- following gripping and complex real-life stories in places like war-torn Liberia, and the reclusive kingdom of North Korea -- along with their multitude of "Dispatch" series -- featuring on-the-ground reporting from places of conflict, included over 100 episodes from the Russian annexation of Crimea alone -- and more obscure series like Hamilton's Pharmacopeia -- which explores psychotropic and psychedelic experiences, such as ayahuasca or poisonous toads in the rainforest.

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