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“ A new documentary podcast series (co-produced) by Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia’s Seven Bucks Productions . . . will take listeners deep into the unknown side of historic news stories . . . trying to find out if what we think we know ever really even happened. ”
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Season 1      |     Season 2
Episode 1
The Talk

According to reputable news sources, in 1981 Muhammad Ali talked a man out of committing suicide. But will new sources reveal this was a concocted event devised by Ali himself?
Episode 2
The Lone Wolf

Is a traffic columnist who monitored New Jersey highway congestion and a lone wolf who formally took stats for Chris Christie’s HS baseball team the two people who are the respective heroes and villains of Bridgegate?
Episode 3
Without a Voice

Ten years after the infamous shaved head incident, and with growing attention to her little known conservatorship status, did everyone miss the true nature of Britney Spears “meltdown”?
Episode 4
No, Thank You Sam

When Michael Jordan’s father died and Jordan retired only months later, many questions remained. Did he walk away to mourn out of the spotlight, or were there more sinister reasons at play?
Episode 5
Black Dog

Andrew Jenks was ready to sell his new movie based on the inspirational Winston Churchill, who had chronic depression but still saved the free world from Hitler and the Nazis. Like Churchill, Jenks lives with depression. But after speaking with biographer Paul Reid and Sonia Purnell, Jenks wonders if Churchill’s depression, or ‘black dog’, is really just a myth.
Episode 6
A Royal Legacy

With endless news coverage on the death of Princess Diana, has Buckingham Palace opted to produce a new documentary to help people come to terms with the past, or is it a way to excite fans about a new narrative with the current royal family?
Reaction to:
A ROYAL LEGACY

Jenks speaks with two groundbreaking biographers that changed how the public perceived Princess Diana. New York Times best-selling author Andrew Morton (Diana; In Her Own Words) talks about secretly working with Princess Diana and publishing a book that essentially she wrote and Tina Brown (The Diana Chronicles) speaks about her own personal relationship with Diana and what the Princess would have accomplished should be alive today.
Reaction to:
Black Dog

Jenks speaks with New York Times Best Selling author and biographer Paul Reid about the accuracy of "The Darkest Hour", inaccurate Churchill quotes tweeted by Congresspeople, and Churchill’s famous speech after Dunkirk. Jenks also speaks with a listener, Jhamie, who reached out on Twitter with her constructive criticism for Andrew about how he talked about mental health in the fifth WRH Season 1 episode, BLACK DOG, and their shared mental health experiences dealing with depression.
Special Episode:
The Trial of Daniel Green

In 1993, Daniel Green was charged with the murder of James Jordan. Now 25 years later Andrew Jenks attempts to better understand the trial and investigation, visits Daniel Green in prison, and provides his take on what really happened.
Reaction to:
WITHOUT A VOICE

Jenks responds to listener feedback (1:05:30), interviews critically acclaimed actress Brittany Snow (36:24), and paparazzi Daniel Ramos (3:55), who was there taking pictures when Britney Spears infamously smashed in a windshield with an umbrella. Jenks also talks with lawyer and conservatorship expert Lee Kaster (1:39:19) to better understand if Britney has in fact lost her financial freedom.
Reaction to:
THE LONE WOLF

After listening to this episode, we'll know why Chris Christie joined ABC News as a political commentator, and why he apparently, now as a former Governor, got caught trying to cut the TSA line at Newark airport. In this reaction episode to The Lone Wolf, Jenks also talks about his phone call with David Widlstein, aka The Lone Wolf (5:46), about what Christie's future may look like (1:08:56), interviews Matt Katz author of the preeminent Christie biography (12:14), Washington Post fact checker and reporter Sal Rizzo (48:27), and talks about feedback from listeners including a caller from New Jersey (1:04:25).
Reaction to:
The Talk

Jenks recaps Season 1's overwhelming response and kicks off the 'Reaction Episodes', 6 episodes where he gets feedback from listeners and speaks with experts or people who had first hand accounts related to each topic. This episode includes Jenks' diagnosis of cable news, an Ali story from Golden Globe winner Dylan McDermott (18:25), interviews with NY Times Best Selling author Jonathan Eig (44:29) and Ali aficionado​ and author Dave Hannigan, listener reaction (24:18), and Jenks' updates on his quest to find Joseph (15:12)
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Andrew Jenks is an award-winning filmmaker, TV producer, and author who explores people’s stories which are oftentimes overlooked or misunderstood.

At age 19, Jenks moved into an assisted living facility to capture the true essence of this often forgotten community. What started as a simple, low-budget documentary turned into an international hit, ANDREW JENKS, ROOM 335. At 21-years-old, ESPN Films financed THE ZEN OF BOBBY V., which tracked Bobby Valentine--an American baseball coach who had become a national icon in Japan. The film premiered at the 2008 TriBeca Film Festival. In 2010, Jenks created MTV's WORLD OF JENKS. Jenks was also the face of MTV News' coverage of the 2012 Presidential Election. In 2013, Jenks teamed with Scholastic to publish his book “My Adventures As A Young Filmmaker.”

In 2014, Jenks directed ESPN's 30/30 short film POSTERIZED, part of ESPN’s Emmy Award-Winning series. He also directed the Netflix feature film IT'S NOT OVER, which he shot in India, South Africa, and America, about the global HIV/AIDS crisis. In 2015, CNN Films released his award-winning short film, ALL-AMERICAN FAMILY chronicling an all-deaf high school championship football team. Jenks recently premiered his award-winning feature documentary, dream/killer. He subsequently created and executive produced the documentary series, UNLOCKING THE TRUTH, following Ryan Ferguson’s journey in investigating three wrongful conviction cases, that led to the release of Kalvin Michael Smith (wrongfully incarcerated for 20 years).

He has created and written fictional television scripts for both HBO and ABC Studios.

Jenks is the founder of the largest high school film festival in the world, The All-American High School Film Festival, an annual event is held at the AMC Movie Theaters in New York City that provides over $300K in scholarships to students from over 25 countries.

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Andrew Jenks partners with some of the world’s most recognized media companies to create highly impactful and celebrated work.

At age 19, Andrew moved into an assisted living facility in order to capture the true essence of this often overlooked community. What started as a simple, low-­‐budget documentary turned into an international hit. ANDREW JENKS, ROOM 335, went on to win top prizes at a number of domestic and international film festivals. HBO released the film January 2008 to rave reviews.

At 21-years-old, ESPN Films financed THE ZEN OF BOBBY  V., which tracked Bobby Valentine - an American baseball coach who had become a national icon in Japan. The film premiered at the 2008 TriBeca Film Festival.

In 2014, as part of ESPN’s Academy Award Winning 30 for 30 Shorts Series Jenks released “Posterized,” which took a fascinating look into former NBA center Shawn Bradly’s life in and off the court.

About Seven Bucks

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Co-founded by Dwayne Johnson and producing partner Dany Garcia, Seven Bucks Productions is a multi-platform production company pioneering original content for television, film, emerging technologies, and digital networks. Crossing all entertainment verticals, Seven Bucks Productions creates innovative content rooted in authenticity, strong storytelling, and passion.

Seven Bucks Productions has an ever-expanding slate including tent-pole movies such as Universal’s The Janson Directive, New Line Cinema’s Rampage, Paramount’s Baywatch, and Legendary’s Skyscraper. The company also produces original television programming including HBO’s highly rated comedy series Ballers, Spike TV’s Rock the Troops, HBO Documentaries’ Rock and a Hard Place, CNN’sSoundtracks: Songs that Defined History, and YouTube Red’s Lifeline (2017).

In 1995, Johnson started his career in entertainment with just $7 in his pocket and has since become one of the world’s top-grossing actors with global box office revenue exceeding $5 billion. Garcia began her career in finance with Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith before founding a private wealth management firm and most recently, her talent and media firm, The Garcia Companies. Garcia and Johnson combine their creativity and experience to develop high quality entertainment to inspire audiences around the world.