VIDEO: Showtime Releases First Look At New Sports Gambling Docu-Series ACTION
SHOWTIME has released a first look at the premiere of its new four-part docu-series ACTION, airing thisSunday, March 24 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. ACTION explores the legalization of sports gambling and chronicles the lives of professional gamblers, oddsmakers, polarizing consultants, illegal bookies and more throughout the 2018 NFL season. In this clip from episode one, professional gambler Bill "Krack" Krackomberger explains his unique strategy to gain an edge against sports books.
Watch the first look below!
ACTION is a presentation of Showtime Sports Documentary Films. The series is directed and executive produced by Luke Korem (Dealt) and executive produced by Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard and Jordan Wynn from Boardwalk Pictures (Chef's Table, Last Chance U). David Check serves as executive producer and showrunner. ACTION is a Boardwalk Pictures production, in association with Keep On Running Pictures.
ACTION is the latest in a series of culturally significant unscripted programming from Showtime Sports. Additional titles in THE LINEUP includeDISGRACED, which won the 2018 Sports Emmy® Award for Best Documentary, the multi-part series SHUT UP AND DRIBBLE and BIPOLAR ROCK 'N' ROLLER.
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