After the recent failure of "Studio 60," his seriocomic TV series about the workings of a sketch comedy show, Sorkin is hoping for better luck with this drama about the intrigue surrounding the invention of television itself. The play follows the real-life fight between young idealist Philo T. Farnsworth and RCA chairman David Sarnoff over invaluable patent rights. Mhmm... could Sorkin have been inspired by his own battles with the suits at NBC, once the crown jewel of the RCA empire?
when was the last time you heard someone quote a line from Broadcast News?
Steven Weber is one or two roles away from brilliance
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