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HITRECORD ON TV 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?

Customer Reviews


This show has complete originality in it and is definitely for those who want to watch something different. It has meaning in it that can be applied to our lives which no other show does. It's a must see for those who love the creative.

A Creatively Inspirational Collaboration t.v show

HitRecord on t.v is a unique show where various artists, writers, filmmakers, and musicians collaborate to tell inspiring short-stories through animation, song, and even from video footage of people at home. Joseph Gordon-Levitt has done a brilliant job in creating such FUN and heart-warming t.v show. I personally have been keeping track on HitRecord witnessing amazing collaborations HitRecord has done and this by far is the best and is their greatest achievement for them to date. Congratulations and I look forward to collaborating with HitRecord in the future!!

This looks AWESOME!!!

Can't wait to watch more! (Love the animation in this!)

View in iTunes $19.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: Dec 16, 2013
  • CCin English for some episodes

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