Nick Gorki says it’s probably to be expected that he would be the only male cheerleader in his high school.
Composer Stephen Schwartz wasn’t sure how audiences would respond to “Wicked” before its first preview.
On July 28, PBS confirmed that the beloved children's show is coming to an end after 25 years
The documentaries coincide with the centennial of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
Puppeteering during a pandemic takes practice – and patience.
"The Great Pumpkin" never showed on broadcast TV this year, but after a deal with PBS, the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and Christmas specials will return.
In movies and TV, Christie is the gift that keeps on murdering. “Death on the Nile,” from director/actor Kenneth Branagh, was set to open this month but shifted to December. A witty earlier version of it featured Peter Ustinov as Poirot, a role he also played in “Evil Under the Sun.”
"Seven Worlds, One Planet," "Bad Education," "Extraction" and more. Here's a curated collection of what's arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
Amazon Prime Video is doing its part to keep children busy and educated with family-friendly shows now available to customers for free.
Jim Lehrer, co-host and later host of the nightly PBS "NewsHour" that for decades offered a thoughtful take on current events, has died, PBS said Thursday. He was 85.
“At a time when our country feels perhaps the fabric is becoming a bit frayed, we felt it was important for us to step back and really look at who we are,” PBS chief executive Paula Kerger told a TV critics meeting.
We're deliriously surrounded by moon-landing documentaries. But few of them feature ordinary Earthlings.
Five years ago, James Watson, one of the fathers of DNA, tried to sell his Nobel Prize because people thought he was a racist.
In need of a jolt of holiday joy? Or a comforting share of romance or silliness or spirituality?
Incidents of sexual misconduct by Charlie Rose were far more numerous than previously known, according to a new investigation by The Washington Post, which also found three occasions over a period of 30 years in which CBS managers were warned of his conduct toward women at the network.
Chipola College will host a free screening of the PBS documentary film, “The Great Florida Cattle Drive: Unbroken Circles," Thursday, May 18, …
Tonight, Chipola College invites the public to a free screening of “The Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Everglades to Okefenokee,” an aw…
On Sunday PBS in Tallahassee (Channel 11), will broadcast a film about the months-long Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition undertaken by four…