The drama and mystery showcase could rest on its reputation built with acclaimed programs including "I, Claudius" and "Elizabeth R" and polished anew by surprising pop-culture hits "Sherlock" and "Downton Abbey."…
By Lynn Elbar, Associated Press
Last month, Apple TV+ became the new home to the beloved Peanuts holiday specials. That sparked an outcry from viewers who were accustomed to annually tuning in on network TV.
By Associated Press
One of the most popular television series of the past decade is returning -- but this time, to the big screen. After four years off the air, the British period drama “Downton Abbey” is making its film debut. Judy Woodruff…
Sweet Blessings, based in Lexington, Kentucky, believes every child should feel special on his or her birthday. The organization bakes and decorates extraordinary birthday cakes for children who might need a treat made with love, just for them. Chelsea Gorham…
By Brandon Turner and Chelsea Gorham, KET
By PBS NewsHour
Starting Monday, PBS debuts "Nature: American Spring LIVE," which will document the change from winter to spring in real time from iconic locations across America. The three-day, multi-platform event looks at the unique changes spring brings and how climate change…
By Jeffrey Brown
PBS "Masterpiece" has a new spin on an old story, with a six-hour serial version of “Les Miserables.” Unlike recent Broadway and film presentations, this one is not a musical, and its length offers the audience more time to connect…
By Joshua Barajas
President Donald Trump made two references in recent days to PBS and its coverage of U.S.-North Korea relations -- first, in a tweet, and again during Wednesday's Cabinet meeting.
By Erica R. Hendry
Smiley, in a statement later that night, said the broadcaster had gone too far.
By Lora Strum
Children's TV icon Mister Rogers became a lesson in kindness after the Manchester attack.
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