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Paul T. Goldman Director Reveals What Paul Really Thinks Of The Peacock Show Following The Season Finale

For six strange episodes, audience members with a Peacock subscription were able to follow the unusual story of Paul T. Goldman, a man who discovered one of his ex-wives was unfaithful to him and might have been involved in prostitution… only to see the story take several left turns from there. Paul Finkelman plays Paul T. Goldman, a character he created for the benefit of telling his story, first through the pages of a novel titled “Duplicity: A True Story of Crime and Deceit,” and now through this Peacock series helmed by Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm director Jason Woliner. Over the course of the series, though, the audience’s opinion of Paul and his actions were meant to shift and evolve the more details about the man’s life were revealed. And Finkelman trusted Woliner to properly tell his story, unbelievable as it may be. So when Paul T. Goldman dropped its season finale on Peacock, I had to ask Woliner what Paul’s reaction to the season ended up being.

The rest of this story is going to get into major spoilers for Paul T. Goldman, so basically, stop reading now if you don’t want to know what happens throughout the series and – especially – in the finale. 

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