A&E Network’s critically-acclaimed, Emmy-winning docuseries Born This Way celebrates the Christmas season with a one-hour series finale special, “A Very Born This Way Christmas,” premiering Wednesday, December 18 at 9P. The special will celebrate the spirit of the holidays as Elena, John, Megan, Rachel, Sean, Steven, Cristina and Angel and their families gather to spread cheer and reflect on their personal growth across the four seasons of the series. Ahead of the linear series finale special, AETV.com will premiere six all-new digital shorts, “Born This Way: Moving Forward,” on Friday, December 13. Across the digital episodes, the cast will tackle important topics such as advice for families who have a loved one with Down syndrome, entrepreneurship within the disability community, a sibling’s take on having a brother or sister with a disability, and the importance of people with disabilities participating in the democratic process. Episodes will also explore how the series came to be, and its impact on the Down syndrome community.
Remember Me This Way is a 1974 documentary film about the British glam rock star Gary Glitter. Filmed the previous year, the documentary follows Glitter through a routine of press conferences, radio interviews, photo shoots, concert rehearsals, and so forth. It also includes Glitter's audition to star in an unproduced feature film. The picture also documents the people working behind the scenes of Glitter's career. It shows them pressing copies of his records, and attending meetings where Bell Records staff discuss Glitter's record sales and arrangements for his concerts. The movie follows Glitter and his entourage through to a sell-out concert at the Rainbow Theatre in London, and features songs from the show at the end, including a show-stopping rendition of his chart-topping hit single "I Love You Love Me Love". This motion picture was a box office success at the time, and was later issued on VHS in the 1980s. A DVD release followed in 2005. The soundtrack album made #5 in 1974. A second DVD reissue is due on 24 October 2016.