Jason Mattera joins cast of new Warner Bros. TV show

Jason Mattera joins cast of new Warner Bros. TV show

Our buddy and author of “Crapitalism” (reviewed here) Jason Mattera is going small. Which is to say he is headed to the small screen. Jason has joined the cast of what the entertainment website “Extra” describes as “a new one-hour, first-of-its-kind dynamic program” that will cover  “world of crime, mystery and drama like no other show on television today.”

The show is called “Crime Watch Daily” and its executive producers, Jeremy Spiegel and Scott Eldridge, “Jason Mattera is already a well-known force confronting politicians. Allow us to formally warn anyone out there who’s up to no good, keep your eyes open, because Jason’s coming for you!”

Indeed, Jason’s hard-hitting interviews with the likes of Lois Lerner, Harry Reid, Joe Biden and many other government officials have become Internet legends. And now he has set his sights on scam artists, grifters, and other seedy characters who think that they’re above the law.

We at LU wish Jason the best of luck. Go out there and break a leg, Jason! (Preferably one belonging to a liberal.)

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