Frontline "Inside the Meltdown"

Frontline “Inside the Meltdown”
Time: 8 p.m.
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 17

Here’s what reviewers are saying about  “Inside the Meltdown”:

“Inside the Meltdown is a post-traumatic-stress flashback: a searing
look at how the treasury secretary at the time, Henry M. Paulson Jr.,
and others acted–and failed to act–in those fraught days in September
when the world’s entire economic system seemed on the brink of
evaporating.” -Alessandra Stanley, The New York Times

“… illuminating and sobering… like being a fly on the wall.” –
Michelle Archer, USA Today

“… far and away the best account of the collapse on TV.” – Sean
Woods, Rolling Stone

“… must-see look at the financial mess affecting us all.” – TV Guide

“Inside the Meltdown is must-see TV in these financially troubled
times” -Alex Strachan, Canwest News Service

“…one of the finest hours of nonfiction TV that I have ever seen in
30 years of writing about the medium…. This is as good as TV or any
other kind of journalism gets.” – David Zurawik, Baltimore Sun

“Inside the Meltdown, which airs tonight on WGBH, provides the clearest
explanation I’ve seen of how last year’s catastrophic collapse of our
economy occurred. It is an indispensable primer on the financial
carnage.” -Samuel G. Allis, The Boston Globe

“Inside the Meltdown…does a fascinating, suspenseful job explaining
the scary economic past, the complicated present and the uncertain
future” -Alan Pergament, The Buffalo News