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“Fareed Zakaria GPS” is CNN’s flagship world affairs program. Every week on the show, you will see in-depth interviews with world leaders, newsmakers and analysts who break down the world's toughest problems, you will hear Fareed’s “take” on vital subjects, and you will learn what you need to know about the world around you.
|176||Closed CaptioningVideo7/12/15||On GPS Sunday, Fareed is live for the latest on the Greece debt talks. And will Iran get a deal? Fareed talks to two experts about the political implications as the Iran nuclear deadline looms. And, why China's economy this month may be more important than Greece's - Fareed digs in on the stock market chaos there. Then, a chat with the "Queen of England," or rather, her proxy: Helen Mirren.||39:17||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|177||Closed CaptioningVideo7/19/15||On GPS Sunday, the West and Iran FINALLY reach agreement on its nuclear program. But is Iran ready to come in from the cold? Fareed asks an all-star panel to discuss. Also, the OTHER big deal of the week: Greece gets saved by Europe...or does it? Paul Krugman tells us why the new deal is terrible for Greece AND for Europe. And, the incredible story of "El Chapo", the all powerful drug-lord who managed to escape from prison for the second time. What does it mean for the U.S.-Mexico relationship?||39:24||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|178||Closed CaptioningVideo7/26/15||On GPS Sunday, an exclusive interview with Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz on the terms of the much-debated Iran deal. Will it make it through Congress? Then, Fareed sits down with Dr. James Hansen, a scientist who was one of the first to sound the alarm on global warming, to learn the dire conclusions of his new study. And, a look at Japan's efforts to re-militarize. Finally, is it possible to resurrect extinct creatures? Evolutionary biologist Beth Shapiro will tell us how to clone a mammoth.||39:50||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|179||Closed CaptioningVideo8/02/15||On GPS Sunday, Fareed asks a global panel what the world thinks of the U.S. election circus. Then, Turkey may be increasing airstrikes against ISIS, but why aren't the other Middle Eastern nations doing more to fight the terror organization? And, Fareed takes an inside look at the secretive kingdom of Saudi Arabia with a former ambassador to Riyadh. Finally, one-on-one with Nobel Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi on fighting child slavery.||39:12||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|180||Closed CaptioningVideo8/09/15||On GPS Sunday, an exclusive interview with President Obama on the Iran nuclear deal and the push-back at home and abroad. What does the President have to say about the hardliners and America's shifting relationship with Iran? Fareed also sits down with a historian to discuss the long-standing role of political idiocy in U.S. campaigns.||39:27||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|181||Closed CaptioningVideo8/16/15||Airdate August 16, 2015: On GPS Sunday, Israel's Ambassador to the U.S. tells Fareed why the Iran deal is bad news, not just for his country. Next, Fareed talks to Jon Huntsman about China's economy and the 2016 presidential field. And, why in the world is Russia throwing away perfectly good food from the West? Then, Lawrence Lessig on why he wants to fix American elections...by potentially running for president.||39:57||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|182||Closed CaptioningVideo8/23/15||On GPS Sunday, is Russia the "most dangerous" threat to America? Fareed asks a panel of experts about how to ease the tensions in Ukraine. Then, the first journalist from a Jewish newspaper to be issued a credential to report in Iran since 1979 explains what he found there. And, Fareed makes the case for women to be allowed to serve in ALL military roles. Then, Atlantic editor Derek Thompson talks to Fareed about whether you will soon live in a "world without work."||39:14||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|183||Closed CaptioningVideo8/30/15||On GPS, Fareed asks an expert panel to grade Obama's foreign policy. Then, General Stanley McChrystal (Ret.) on how to lead, on a battlefield or in a boardroom. And - why are advertisements in Denmark and Singapore urging people to have sex? Finally, Fareed talks to Dame Helen Mirren about how she would play Hillary Clinton.||38:01||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|184||Closed CaptioningVideo9/13/15||On GPS Sunday, Fareed asks a real-life "M" -- former chief of the British MI6 - about the biggest security threats around the world. Then, why are some countries angry that Germany is taking in more Syrian refugees than its European counterparts? And, Fareed talks to an Egyptian billionaire who believes that one solution to the refugee crisis could be to buy an island. He wants to do just that.||39:17||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|185||Closed CaptioningVideo9/21/15||Today: Fareed discusses the world's problems with a star panel including David Miliband, David Frum and Danielle Pletka. Then, Fareed takes a look at what the GOP can learn from its counterpart across the pond. And, an expert discussion on Iraq and the Islamic Republic's struggles.||39:20||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|186||Closed CaptioningVideo9/27/15||On GPS Sunday, Fareed sits down with former President Bill Clinton to talk the 2016 presidential race, from Mrs. Clinton to Trump, and global strife, from Syria to Ukraine, and how to make the world a better place. And, Fareed gives his outsider's take on the most important parts of Pope Francis' message.||39:15||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|187||Closed CaptioningVideo10/04/15||Airdate October 4th, 2015: On GPS Sunday, Fareed sits down with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to talk Syria, Iran and the future of the Middle East. Then, why reading a novel may better prepare you for the job market than learning computer code. What in the World? And, President Bill Clinton, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and billionaire George Soros come together at the Clinton Global Initiative for a conversation on Europe, refugees, and the threat from Russia.||38:53||$1.99||View In iTunes|
This flagrant attempt to "monetize" the internet has been a long time coming and it breaks my heart that it had to be my favorite, CNN, that is spearheading the assault. The handwriting was on the wall when Larry King retired and then his replacement Piers Morgan was suddenly "audio only." Then the fabulous and incomparable Anderson Cooper 360 went from the normal 43 minutes of fascinating in-depth coverage to 10 pitiful minutes, half of which is the semi-lame Ridiculist. i really like and respect Fareed Zakaria but . . .no, not paying for it. Will watch the FREE NBC Nightly News or hours and hours of the funny and wonderful FREE Rachal Maddow Show on MSNBC.
IMHO, it's a dumb move, CNN. Killing the brand.
Boycott all who try to charge a fortune for a tv show! If it was 50 cents that's one thing but 10 bucks! Give me a break. Boycott!
Love Fareed and his show.
Hate to pay for it in cash.
Would settle for commercials that I can mute.
I have no plans to buy this show.