Quiz Show is a riveting film written by Paul Attanasio and directed by Robert Redford about the television quiz show scandal in the 1950s.

John Turturro plays a contestant from Queens who wins $70,000 on "Twenty-One" but then speaks out against the rigging of the program after he is replaced by Charles Van Doren (Ralph Fiennes), an English instructor at Columbia University and the son of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Charles Van Doren. Rob Morrow plays Richard Goodwin who leads a congressional investigation of "Twenty-One."

This thought-provoking drama offers an opportunity to explore the decline of morality, the inviolability of corporate power, and the unstoppable influence of television on the psyche and soul of America.