Life Itself, one of our favorite films of 2014, is airing Sunday, Jan. 4 at 9 p.m. on CNN, allowing you to see it for "free" for the first time (assuming you pay for, or steal, cable). 

The documentary about the life and death of legendary, Pulitzer-winning  film critic Roger Ebert is based on his bestselling memoir of the same name and explores his legacy, influence and his love for the only thing he loved more than itself. 

The film saw a limited release in theaters over the summer and has since been available to purchase On Demand and on iTunes, but this will be the film's TV debut. 

It's a really good movie


[Via New York Times]