From Chile to Paris, We've Got You Covered

13 Nov 2015 - Elise DeVoe is a Corporate Communications Associate at Time Warner Inc.

By Elise DeVoe

Warner Bros.' adaptation of the true story of the Chilean miners who were trapped underground for nearly 70 days hits theaters today. The 33 is a story of resilience and transformation, and reveals never-before-seen actual events from the 2010 rescue.

Tomorrow, turn up the volume for the HBO Special Event, U2: iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Live in Paris. Filmed live and debuting on HBO the same day, the event marks the first-ever HBO concert special for the 22-time Grammy-winning band. If you haven't already, check out the Q&A with director Hamish Hamilton.

 On Sunday, Anthony Bourdain heads to Charleston, South Carolina, in an all-new episode of CNN's Parts Unknown. Chef Sean Brock and Charleston resident Bill Murray make appearances, as does traditional Lowcountry cuisine.

HBO's The Latin Explosion: A New America is a celebration of Latino music and the artists and visionaries leading the cultural change in the United States. With exclusive interviews and decade-by-decade profiles, The Latin Explosion details the shift in mainstream American society.  

Every Wednesday this month, TCM is putting the spotlight on southern writers. And there's so much more. Watch the video below to see everything TCM has in store for November.