TNT pays tribute to Steve Jobs by airing “Pirates of Silicon Valley” tonight
TNT is broadcasting special presentations of “Pirates of Silicon Valley” at 7 and 9 tonight to pay tribute to Apple founder Steve Jobs, who died Wednesday at the age of 56.
The TNT original movie “Pirates of Silicon Valley” premiered in 1999 on the network and featured Noah Wyle (“Falling Skies”) as Steve Jobs, Anthony Michael Hall as Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Joey Slotnick as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
The film, which follows the technology race between rivals Apple Computers and Micrsoft, earned five Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Made for Television Movie and Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries or Movie, according to a news release.
“Pirates of Silicon Valley” was written and directed by Martyn Burke, who adapted the script from the book “Fire in the Valley” by Paul Frieberger and Michael Swaine.
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