Frank Zappa documentary premieres on HBO Sports

HBO Sports’ documentary Frank Zappas life and career will be shown in its entirety on HBO’s new documentary, The Challenge: Frank Zapper.

In the new episode, titled Frank ZAPA, Zappa will play himself in a sports documentary called The Challenge.

The new episode of the documentary, entitled Frank Zapas life, premieres Thursday on HBO.

The series will be available for purchase on HBO GO beginning June 1, the channel announced Thursday.

The documentary, written and directed by Mark Harris, will be the second of four that Zappa made with Harris.

The first documentary, Frank Zappy: The Art of the Sports Interview, premiered last year and featured Zappa’s first public appearance in 2012.

Zappa, who died in 2014, is best known for his hit single “Get Up,” which featured a cameo by former NBA player and Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

The former NBA star and current CBS Sports analyst, Abdul-jabbar, played Zappa on Zappa: The Challenge, and Zappa has said Abdul-jabbar helped inspire him to continue to work.

In addition to Zappa and Abdul-jahabbar on ZAPAS’ first appearance on Zappa: The Movie, Zappos second appearance in The Challenge is the only appearance of former NBA greats John Stockton and the late Steve Nash.

The other three appearances are by Hall of Famers Joe Dumars and Larry Bird, who both had a small role in the documentary.

In The Challenge (The Challenge 2: Frank’s New World) Zappa said he hopes the documentary will shed light on the issues facing African Americans today.

“I hope the documentary sheds light on what the real issues are that we’re facing,” he said.

“And the real reason that so many of us are suffering.

I hope that if people understand that, they will be able to help make the change.”

Zappa told The Associated Press that he wants to tell stories that will give the public the ability to understand and accept racism.

“If you think about it, it’s really sad, because I’m a white person,” he told AP.

“But if you’re black and you’re a journalist, you’ve got to understand what it is and you’ve gotta give a voice to it.

If you give a platform to people who aren’t white, you’re gonna get black people saying that stuff and they’re gonna be like, ‘Yeah, it was racist, too.'”

Zappa also said he’s hopeful the documentary can bring people closer to the topic of race in America.

“This is a problem that needs to be addressed,” he explained.

“It’s a problem I know how to fix.

I know what I can do.

It’s my job.

I’m not going to be distracted by it.”

ZAPAPAS was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016.

He died on April 13, 2018, at the age of 84.