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"Hit Record on TV with Joseph Gordon-Levitt" is a new take on the variety show, hosted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt who directs countless artists from his global online community — hitRECord — to create short films, live performances, music, animation, conversation, and of course, more! Each episode focuses on a different theme as Joe invites and encourages anybody with an internet connection to join him and contribute. Are you RECording?
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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