Ric Burns returns with “Death and the Civil War” as the venerable series continues to shine.
This year, the long-running biography series scored big pop cultural points with shows on Johnny Carson and Mel Brooks, as well as a coup with Woody Allen.
The chef’s move to CNN from the Travel Channel has paid off ratings-wise, while he takes a deeper look at more exotic cultures.
(Travel Channel) Andrew Zimmern explores the good old U.S. of A.’s strange culinary habits.
Compelling stories of seemingly successful folks helped by straight-shooting and compassionate inspirational speaker and author Iyanla Vanzant.
With The Invisible War, the show became a leader in the conversation about rape and sexual harassment in the military.
Classy series combines historical photographs with re-enactments to give history a zing.
The edgy transmedia folks behind Vice bring their singular brand of journalism to the pay cabler, with provocative results.
Doc series tackles global hot spots; Michael Mann contributed with doc on war journalists.