‘Civil War’ fought again on PBS

Producer Ken Burns has signed up his series, “The Civil War,” for another hitch with the PBS.

PBS said it has renewed the 11-hour docu through 1997 and will rebroadcast it nationally during the summer of 1994. Its first three- year contract expires in the fall.

“The Civil War” is the most-watched series or miniseries in public TV’s history.

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