'Paul T. Goldman' Footage Proves It's the Weirdest Show You'll Ever Need to Watch [Exclusive]
Part true crime, part psychedelic experiment, the new series comes from "Borat Subsequent MovieFilm" director Jason Woliner.
Collider can exclusively present a new cut of Paul T. Goldman, the weirdest true crime limited series you'll ever see. Exclusive clip from the fourth episode of the miniseries, which premieres on Peacock on Sunday, January 8. ^To find out what happened in the exclusive clip, first we have to discuss Paul T. Goldman in its entirety. As the title suggests, the series follows the real life of Paul T. Goldman, who falls in love with a woman and discovers that she is part of an international crime syndicate. Goldman wrote a book about his misadventures, titled Duplicity: A True Story of Crime and Deceit, which attracted Borat Subsequent MovieFilm director Jason Woliner.
After falling in love with Goldman's book, Wallina decided to make a series about his story, a metalinguistic experiment mixing reenactment and behind-the-scenes exploration. Wallina has been in the miniseries since 2012, do you know who he called to play Goldman? Well, Goldman himself! That's right, folks, starring Paul T. Goldman, based on the book by Paul T. Goldman Plays Paul T. Goldman.
In an exclusive video, we see Goldman Sachs explain the trial scene As a lawyer, how he met his ex-wife, Audrey Munson, and how he exposed her conspiracy. During the trial, Goldman frequently babbled about his early life before he met Audrey and repeatedly drew unfounded conclusions. His actions angered Audrey's lawyers and the judge himself.
This clip also highlights the weirdness of Paul T. Goldman's experiments. We're watching Goldman play himself from his memories, torn between fiction and reality. The scene isn't crazy enough to distance itself from true crime tradition, but seeing Goldman reenact his own life is incredible. So we can say that the exclusive clip is a perfect example of a peacock waiting for you.
Paul T. Goldman has an incredible team of executive producers, including Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver and Loreli Alanis of Point Gray Studios, Megan Ellison of Annapurna, and Michael Sagol and Bert Hamelinck of Caviar . Goldman and Woliner also executive produced for the meta-experiment, while Tyler Ben-Amotz served as producer via Caviar. The miniseries has six and a half hour episodes.
When Are New Episodes of Paul T. Goldman Available?
The first three episodes of Paul T. Goldman premiered last Sunday, January 1 on Peacock. Sunday. Check out the exclusive clip below.