Carly Fleischmann On Becoming First Nonverbal Talk Show Host | Night Of Too Many Stars | HBO Reviewed by Momizat on . Carly Fleischmann wants to be the world's first autistic talk show host and interviews James Van Der Beek, Grace Helbig and more. Stream Night of Too Many Stars Carly Fleischmann wants to be the world's first autistic talk show host and interviews James Van Der Beek, Grace Helbig and more. Stream Night of Too Many Stars Rating:
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Carly Fleischmann On Becoming First Nonverbal Talk Show Host | Night Of Too Many Stars | HBO

Carly Fleischmann On Becoming First Nonverbal Talk Show Host | Night Of Too Many Stars | HBO

Carly Fleischmann wants to be the world’s first autistic talk show host and interviews James Van Der Beek, Grace Helbig and more. Stream Night of Too Many Stars now on HBO.

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Executive Producers: Kahane Cooperman, Raphaela Neihausen
Written by Carly Fleischmann
Editing: Andrew Saunderson, Amira Dughri

Special Thanks
Carly Fleischmann
Sam Schleifer
Beth Behr
James Van Der Beek
Grace Helbig
Whitney Cummings

Kahane Cooperman is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and an Emmy Award®-winning television producer. She has directed three documentaries including the 2017 Academy Award®-nominated short film, Joe’s Violin and was a longtime producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Raphaela Neihausen is an Academy-Award nominated filmmaker for the 2017 short documentary Joe’s Violin. She is also Executive Director of DOC NYC (America’s largest documentary festival) and the Split Screens TV Festival.

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Jon Stewart returns to television for Night of Too Many Stars, a live show presented from The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York. Benefiting NEXT for AUTISM, the special will feature stand-up performances, sketches and short films.

NEXT for AUTISM is a non-profit organization that strategically designs, launches and supports innovative programs to improve the lives of people living with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Night of Too Many Stars was created by comedy writer and performer Robert Smigel to support autism schools, programs and services.

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