James Cameron and the usual lineup of celebrity "correspondents" - including Harrison Ford, Matt Damon, Don Cheadly and Jessica Alba - have made an incredible number of high carbon footprint flights "all around the globe" in order to bore people with yet another "multi-part television event" of global warming scaremongering:
This April, James Cameron joins forces with producer Jerry Weintraub and Showtime for Years of Living Dangerously, a multi-part television event that focuses on the effects climate change has on the environment and its citizens all around the globe.
In eight episodes, the series will travel everywhere from Texas to Maine, the Middle East, the North Pole, Bangladesh, the South Pacific and more. Along for the ride are a number of celebrity correspondents, who meet with those affected by climate change and hear their stories. The list of celebrities includes Ian Somerhalder, Harrison Ford, Matt Damon, Olivia Munn, Jessica Alba, Don Cheadle, America Ferrera, and Michael C. Hall.
The first trailer for the television event shows the correspondents traveling around the globe, talking to both experts and everyday people affected by climate change.
Entertainment Weekly gives you a chance to watch the trailer of this disaster to come.