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"Media Wars" (The Alan Jones Story), the New TV Show Parody of Alex Jones' "InfoWars" on Amazon Prime

Media Wars” (The Alan Jones Story) is a new television series Premiering on "Amazon Prime." . It is written and created by famous writer, producer and actor George Boseman. This serial is parody of television show InfoWars by  Alex Jones, a famous conspiracy theorist who comes up with all kinds of crazy ideas and theories. Media Wars is a public-access television program.  the series is producing by the Island Bridge Inc in the United States. The pilot episode is about the cast George Boseman characterized as Alan Jones who is working behind the scenes fighting all kinds of lawsuits, public media conflicts and humiliations and government conspiracies generally one involving an illegal or harmful act carried out by government or other powerful actors. the show is going to be raised by political hands due to its parody of the controversial conspiracy news host "Alex Jones".

Cast and characters[edit | edit source]

George Boseman came up with the concept, who stars in the show as the eponymous character Alan Jones. Many of the old "Cosby" show creators are producers of the show. As well as Jo Rauen, Babatunde Odesanya, and Colin Batista who is the associate producer Karate Kid 2 starring "Jaden Smith." The show also features the "Sklar Twins" comics, and billboard charting singer Eli Jas. The music for the series has been composed by Aaron Kenny who worked on Beauty and The Beast (2017). The pilot first screened on the 24th of December, 2017. Ever since then it has caused a lot of waves on the social media. The show has been praised widely for its innovative writing, and out of the box presentation. It is all about the conflict hidden in the minds of common people and government conspiracies.

Media Wars" (The Alan Jones Story)
Release Date January 13, 2018
Genre Comedy
Episode 1
Producer Jo Raun
Language English
Location New York City
Time 25 Minutes
Production Company Island Bridge Inc
Rating 7.5 to 8
Critical Reception 7.5 out of 8

"Media Wars" (The Alan Jones Story), the New TV Show Parody of Alex Jones' "InfoWars" on Amazon Prime

Media Wars” (The Alan Jones Story) is a new television series Premiering on "Amazon Prime." . It is written and created by famous writer, producer and actor George Boseman. This serial is parody of television show InfoWars by  Alex Jones, a famous conspiracy theorist who comes up with all kinds of crazy ideas and theories. Media Wars is a public-access television program.  the series is producing by the Island Bridge Inc in the United States. The pilot episode is about the cast George Boseman characterized as Alan Jones who is working behind the scenes fighting all kinds of lawsuits, public media conflicts and humiliations and government conspiracies generally one involving an illegal or harmful act carried out by government or other powerful actors. the show is going to be raised by political hands due to its parody of the controversial conspiracy news host "Alex Jones".

Cast and characters[edit | edit source]

George Boseman came up with the concept, who stars in the show as the eponymous character Alan Jones. Many of the old "Cosby" show creators are producers of the show. As well as Jo Rauen, Babatunde Odesanya, and Colin Batista who is the associate producer Karate Kid 2 starring "Jaden Smith." The show also features the "Sklar Twins" comics, and billboard charting singer Eli Jas. The music for the series has been composed by Aaron Kenny who worked on Beauty and The Beast (2017). The pilot first screened on the 24th of December, 2017. Ever since then it has caused a lot of waves on the social media. The show has been praised widely for its innovative writing, and out of the box presentation. It is all about the conflict hidden in the minds of common people and government conspiracies.

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