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Poll: What was your favorite FRONTLINE of 2015?

December 28, 2015
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In 2015, FRONTLINE took viewers to the secretive stronghold of the Houthi rebels in Yemen, traced the origins of the deadly Ebola epidemic, investigated the hidden history of the CIA’s controversial “enhanced” interrogation methods, revealed the dangers female janitorial workers face while working on the night shift, unraveled new clues to a nearly 30-year-old terrorist attack that brought down a plane in Lockerbie, and continued to document the brutality of ISIS and the Syrian war.

Of the wide variety of investigative journalism we brought you this year, tell us which was your favorite.

What was your favorite FRONTLINE of 2015?

Gunned Down: The Power of the NRA
Putin’s Way
Being Mortal
The Fight for Yemen
American Terrorist
Outbreak
The Trouble with Chicken
Secrets, Politics and Torture
Obama at War
Rape on the Night Shift
Growing Up Trans
Escaping ISIS
Drug Lord: The Legend of Shorty
My Brother’s Bomber
Immigration Battle
Inside Assad’s Syria
Terror in Little Saigon
ISIS in Afghanistan/Taliban Hunters

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