‘Zero Hour’ Features Meryl Streep’s Daughter Talking About Disinfo.com

We haven’t been watching the new ABC Television series featuring Anthony Edwards, Zero Hour (it hasn’t been a roaring success thus far), but we might now. As Rob Bricken reports at i09.com, in the current episode “Arron has a discussion with Meryl Streep’s Daughter about the website Disinfo.com and pornography, which, in a feat of acting worthy of her mother, appears to charm Meryl Streep’s Daughter.” He first makes clear that:

Before I begin the recap, I want to make one thing clear: I love Zero Hour. I find it massively entertaining. Oh, it has flaws, and the characters are insane, and nothing makes any sense — but Zero Hour is doing exactly what it sets out to do, and making sense isn’t one of those things. I may mock the show, but I can promise you I look forward to Zero Hour’s madness every single week. And while Zero Hour may have let off the gas a little in this episode, it’s still pushing the crazy pedal to the metal…

Sounds good right? You can decide for yourself and watch the episode free at ABC Television, at least if you’re in the United States (elsewhere, probably you can find it on the Interwebs).

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  • BuzzCoastin

    holy crap!
    does that mean Disinfo is gonna give Zero Hour a ratings bump
    they must be desperate for ratings to think a Disinfo.Com plug would save them
    TV
    I tell my Gramma to check it out
    she’s already brain dead

  • http://profiles.google.com/joe.e.nolan Joe Nolan

    I didn’t know anything about this show until now. A little silly, but also the first time I’ve ever heard “Rosicrucians” in a prime time program.

  • Calypso_1

    How many degrees from Kevin Bacon does this make us?

  • Calypso_1

    How many degrees from Kevin Bacon does this make us?

  • David Howe

    I wish deep politics was reason enough to watch this show, but it’s just so bad. If I was really paranoid, I’d think ABC was serving the plutocracy by making dissent and alternative perspectives look sinister and/or ludicrous…but this just looks like an accident.

  • David Howe

    I wish deep politics was reason enough to watch this show, but it’s just so bad. If I was really paranoid, I’d think ABC was serving the plutocracy by making dissent and alternative perspectives look sinister and/or ludicrous…but this just looks like an accident.