Man, Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly absolutely lit into PBS in a column he posted late tonight. Tucker contends that PBS' programming successes are little more than examples of "happy accident"…
The first television series produced by the Fred Rogers Co. since ''Mister Rogers' Neighborhood'' has gone into production for a fall 2012 premiere on PBS.
PBS has become ''more important than ever'' because of the way commercial channels have tilted their schedules toward less consequential reality programming, pubcaster prexy Paula Kerger contends.
Of all the programming coming in the next several weeks related to the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the most important for children might well be the special edition of "Nick News with Linda Ellerbee"…
Dan Patrick joined Keith Olbermann on Current TV to discuss the recent book on ESPN, “Those Guys Have All the Fun.” — and cast the ESPN movie.
No period costumes or beheadings in the next HBO series, "Enlightened." Just regular folk searching for sanity. "I just thought it be would be funny to do a show about a person who comes back from a…
National Geographic Channel, presenting Thursday at the Television Critics Tour, released a preview from "George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview," an exclusive conversation with the former president that…
BBC America's upcoming laffer "Friday Night Dinner" operates on the premise, as creator Robert Popper says, that "whenever you go home and whatever age you are, you revert to being kids." Popper…