Posted on May 23, 2011
Investment banking institutions on the brink of collapse in 2008 as a result of greed, power and unrealistic changes in the mortgage industry spurring from the 1980's brought upon economic distress across the nation connecting "wall street to main street." HBO prepares to address the greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression in its latest docudrama, 'Too Big To Fail,' Monday, May 23 at 9pm on DISH TV. Based on New York Times Reporter, Andrew Ross Sorkin's book, 'Too Big To Fail' aims to reveal the behind-the-news-stories look at "one of the major ethical issues of our time." The HBO original movie will also analyze the U.S. government bailouts that helped resuscitate the major banking firms from turning the U.S. economy completely upside down. The star-studded cast includes William Hurt (pictured) who plays Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Edward Asner, Cynthia Nixon, Paul Giamatti, Topher Grace and James Woods. In addition to the premiere of the gripping docudrama 'Too Big To Fail,' on Monday night, DISH Network is offering an exclusive look at 'Game of Thrones' episode seven, now available through DISHOnline, one week before the show airs. 'Game of Thrones' typically airs every Sunday night at 9pm on HBO, but DISH Network subscribers will have access to the next episode one week ahead of schedule, for those who can't wait another week to catch up on one of HBO's most talked about high-budget original series. You can get a preview of tonight's movie by watching the 'Too Big To Fail' trailer below. Learn how to get three free months of HBO when you subscribe to DISH Network satellite TV service, contact authorized retailer DISH Systems online or by calling 855-989-3474 for details. Are you a fan of 'Game of Thrones?' Will you watch the HBO original movie 'Too Big To Fail' tonight?