Within 24 hours of its release online, the Invisible Children documentary Kony 2012 had more than a million views. In a week, it reached 100 million. Filmmaker Jason Russell says that what started as a wave became a tsunami. Watch as he explains what was going through his mind when the film became a phenomenon.
Days after the release of the Invisible Children documentary Kony 2012, creator Jason Russell was captured on tape in San Diego walking down the street naked and behaving erratically. Watch as he explains to Oprah what happened that day and what he thinks when he watches the tape now.
Jason Russell says he had only a few hours of sleep the night before his public breakdown in March 2012. He says he spent some of the morning talking to his wife and a friend in their home. After they left, Jason says, things got hazy. Watch as he walks Oprah through what he remembers of that day and find out why he says his behavior is not representative of who he really is.
In the days after Kony 2012's release, filmmaker Jason Russell was on a nonstop media tour, giving 17 interviews in 48 hours. Watch as Jason explains how intense the pressure became as criticism against the film mounted and reveals the toll it began to take on him.
Jason Russell first met his wife, Danica, when they were 7 years old. The lifelong sweethearts married in 2004 and have two children. Watch as Danica speaks out for the first time about her husband's public breakdown and how their marriage is today.
Comedian Stephen Colbert took his satire to the next level in January 2012 when he announced he was running for president and officially registered for a super PAC campaign fund. His fans donated more than $1 million. Watch as Stephen shares what this experiment taught him.
Stephen Colbert says that for years he modeled his act after comic greats like George Carlin and Steve Martin and steered clear of politics. Find out how Jon Stewart encouraged Stephen to bring his ideas and political satire to television.
In an exclusive interview, Jason Russell, the creator of Kony 2012, the most successful viral video of all time, discusses the intimate details of his public breakdown. For the first time ever, his wife describes the day her husband snapped.