Win 'BRANDX' TV Show Poster + Gift Card!
Exclusive Magazine is now working with FX Networks on promoting the new series BrandX, FX’s new late-night comedy starring Russell Brand.
BrandX premieres on Thursday, June 28 at 11PM E/P.
with Russell Brand features Brand’s unvarnished and unfiltered point of view on current events, worldwide politics and popular culture. Taking on the news of the day like no one else, Brand uses his unconventional sensibility, spirituality, humor and status as a recently transplanted Englishman to get to the bottom of what the news really means.
The show will be driven by Brand's interaction with a live audience as he discusses pundits, news makers and activists – many of whom he calls his friends. In addition, former Congressional policy advisor and Harvard University graduate Matt Stoller will appear on BrandX as a political, economic and historical consultant.
The half-hour show, produced weekly from a Hollywood night club, will bring an unmistakably irreverent attitude to FX late night. The series is produced by FX Productions in association with Branded Films and Dakota Pictures.
Executive producers for BrandX with Russell Brand are Russell Brand, Troy Miller, Nik Linnen and John Noel. Miller also serves as director of the series.
So, if you would like to win a BRANDX TV Show Poster + $25 eGift Card to the FX Shop (with runner-up prizes of just the poster), just answer this easy question about the man himself: In 2008, Brand resigned from the BBC following prank calls he made to a certain beloved actor on The Russell Brand Show, which led to major changes to the BBC's policy. What was the name of that actor?!
Send us your answers (one entry ONLY per email address) and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win a BRANDX TV Show Poster + $25 eGift Card to the FX Shop (with runner-up prizes of just the poster). Just send us an e:mail here before July 15th with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: BRANDX to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The series features Brand's unvarnished, unfiltered take on current events, politics and pop culture: Trailer