Created and hosted by Shane Smith, Vice is a documentary TV series. Smith is also the executive producer alongside Bill Maher, Suroosh Alvi, Fareed Zakaria, Eddy Moretti, BJ Levin, and Tim Clancy.
It premiered on HBO on April 5, 2013, and received mixed reviews from critics. Despite the mixed response, the series was renewed for the ninth and tenth seasons in February 2022.
So, when is Vice Season 10 releasing? What is the plot? Who would return to reprise their roles? Continue reading to know further details.
Vice Season 10 Plot and Cast
The premise for the upcoming season remains unknown for now. However, it is expected to follow the same format as the previous seasons.
The basic premise follows Vice journalists and founders Shane Smith and Suroosh Alvi, and segment hosts Ryan Duffy and Thomas Morton as they go to different parts of the world, interviewing people on political and cultural topics.
The subjects include political assassinations, young weapons manufacturers, child suicide bombers, Indian and Pakistani border politics, Chinese one-child policy, climate change, and bonded laborers in Pakistan’s brick kilns, featuring the work of human and labor rights activist Syeda Ghulam Fatima.
The cast includes Shane Smith as vice co-founder & CEO, executive producer, Suroosh Alvi as vice co-founder, correspondent, and executive producer, Thomas Morton as a correspondent, Ben Anderson as correspondent and senior producer, and Vikram Gandhi as correspondent and producer.
Vice Season 10 Release Date
Vice Season 9 has not premiered until now and the makers have also not announced an official release date for the same. If Season 9 releases in 2022, we can expect Season 10 to premiere by the end of 2023.
However, the developers are yet to reveal further details on the development of the upcoming seasons. The number of episodes is also not confirmed as it has been different in every season.
Vice Season 10 Trailer
The trailer for Vice Season 10 has not been released yet. Until then you can watch the trailer of Season 8 below: