David Simon

Writer / Producer

Guest

David Simon is the writer, producer and creator of The WireTreme, Show Me a Hero, and The Deuce.

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Creator David Simon talks bringing personal police reporting experience to HBO's The Deuce.

David Simon: The Deuce

Creator David Simon talks bringing personal police reporting experience to HBO's The Deuce.

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We have interesting guests on The Business, and sometimes our conversations are too long to fit into one show.

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We have interesting guests on The Business, and sometimes our conversations are too long to fit into one show.

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Writer-producer David Simon’s new HBO series  The Deuce  begins in early 1970’s Times Square, then a seamy part of New York that was to become the birthplace of the modern pornography…

David Simon on ‘The Deuce’

Writer-producer David Simon’s new HBO series The Deuce  begins in early 1970’s Times Square, then a seamy part of New York that was to become the birthplace of the modern pornography…

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