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"Hit Record on TV with Joseph Gordon-Levitt" is gonna be a new kind of variety show. I'll host the show and also direct our global online community to create short films, live performances, music, animation, conversation, and of course, more! Each episode will be focused on a different theme. And like always, anybody with an internet connection is invited to contribute.
Host Joseph Gordon-Levitt teams up with Mindy Kaling in a short film about black magic, we uncover a gathering of revelers performing a dark ritual in the woods, and a haunting music video follows the carnal transformation of a young victimized boy.
Anne Hathaway guest stars in a short film about a pair of sidekicks struggling to emerge from the shadow of their superheroes; musicians pick partners or a color-drenched music video, and second children describe what its like to be number two.
A 50's style musical number about the drama of high school relationships; a documentary about the pros and cons of going to college; the animated adventure of an unlikely prom queen.
This episode opens with a handcrafted fairytale about a dragon who can't breathe fire, and our host, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, stars as a hit man out for revenge in an eighties-inspired, animated music video made from over 2,000 hand painted frames.
This episode kicks off with a lesson in gun safety, and continues with a series of comedic sketches from writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, and guest star Zac Efron. We also travel back to a time when riding shotgun meant actually packing heat.
Host Joseph Gordon-Levitt presents an episode exploring all things maternal; with a look at mothers in the animal kingdom, an animated cartoon poking fun at over-bearing ‘Helicopter Moms', and a music video celebrating the sexier side of motherhood.
Host Joseph Gordon-Levitt and guest Ben Schwartz reveal some secrets in a series of short sketches based on the confessions of real people; and an animated music video laments the forbidden love between a boy, a squirrel, and her curious parents.
In the Season Two season finale, host Joseph Gordon-Levitt asks us to imagine how future technology might affect the way we live, and musicians from all over the world bring the season to a close with a song about hope for the future.
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