The 'Don Jon' actor collaborates with hundreds of thousands of artists, writers, photographers and musicians from around the world for a new show, which is 'really different.'
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has shared the first look at a TV show that he has been working on for years, "HitRECord on TV". The variety show will feature animation, music, short films and live performances with hundreds of thousands of cast members, including artists, writers, photographers and musicians.
The project began in 2005 as an online production community, in which various contributors can send standout multimedia segments. It has been growing ever since with their works being screened at several film festivals.
Now the Golden Globe-nominated actor takes the project to TV. He will host the half-hour variety show, which he dubs "really different." The show will premiere Saturday, January 18, on newly launched cable channel Pivot at 10 P.M. ET. Gordon-Levitt once teased that he teamed up with "The Office" alum John Krasinski for a segment on the show.