CBS To Broadcast ‘9/11: 10 Years Later’ On Sunday To Mark Anniversary

STUDIO CITY (CBS) — The CBS Television Network and filmmaker Jules Naudet and James Hanlon will present “9/11: 10 YEARS LATER,” an update of the critically acclaimed, multiple award-winning film, “9/11,” to be broadcast on CBS as a special presentation Sunday, Sept. 11 (8:00-10:00 PM), the 10th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center.

Naudet and Hanlon visited the KCAL 9 studios Friday to talk about the special. It is hosted by Robert De Niro.

This unprecedented and exclusive insider’s account of the World Trade Center attack, which contains the only known footage of the first plane striking the World Trade Center and the only footage from inside Ground Zero during the attacks, will also include footage from events marking the 10th anniversary, as well as new interviews with many of the firefighters who were featured in the original program. They will discuss how their lives, families and the world have changed in the 10 years since the tragedy – some for better, some for worse. Viewers will also hear from New York City Fire Department health officials as they discuss some of the health issues that have plagued firefighters working at Ground Zero.

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  • Ian

    This is one of the best filming I have seen about 9/11 because of them being there, inside the towers, and the tragedy that the firefighters have gone through. I would like to know what is the song played that is so haunting and sounds like a woman crying.

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