Variety reports that Sandra Bernhard will host Art & Outrage, an hour-long documentary on controversial films, plays, music, TV shows, and artwork, for cable's Trio channel. The show will be part of the channel's month-long dedication to censorship and the arts in June. Trio will also air a six-part series, The History of Pornography, as well as TV's Most Censored Moments and unedited, commercial-free broadcasts of The Last Temptation of Christ, Lolita (1962), Last Tango in Paris, and The People vs. Larry Flynt. "Our point isn't to make anybody look right or wrong," said new Trio president Lauren Zalaznick. "Our point is to let people speak their minds. Remember, it's a TV channel; it doesn't have an opinion."