PBS also announced that it had acquired the third season of BBC Worldwide's "Call the Midwife," as well as the first season of British drama "Last Tango in Halifax," starring Derek Jacobi.
Artists like the Who, James Taylor and the B-52s have turned to the Public Broadcasting System to boost their profile, and vice versa.
What would Ari Gold — Jeremy Piven's fast-talking huckster of an agent in "Entourage" — have done for a living in 1908? PBS seemingly asks and answers the question by casting Piven as "Mr…
One of the key takeaways from the current TV season has involved the important reminder that hits can now emanate from anywhere, underscored by the enviable ratings for "The Walking Dead" and now…
BBC Worldwide America has inked a co-production deal with PBS' long-running "Masterpiece" series and will produce two period telepics with the broadcast banner.
In the past, shrieking done in the presence of PBS content has generally been reserved for toddlers watching "Sesame Street." But in a New York City theater in early May, cries of delight were coming…
PBS' "Downton Abbey" drew 5.4 million viewers for its season finale Sunday, the pubcaster's best performance since the premiere of Ken Burns' "National Parks" in September 2009.
PBS anthology "Masterpiece Mystery" will air a prequel to "Inspector Morse," with Shaun Evans playing the title character.
Throughout its 40-year history, PBS has served as the occasional whipping boy for small government advocates. But this past year, the publicly funded network endured its fiercest attacks to date.
PBS' "Masterpiece" will air a revival of "Great Expectations" starring Gillian Anderson, David Suchet and Ray Winstone next year, along with an adaptation of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."
Emma Thompson, Rachel Weisz, Ralph Fiennes, Alan Rickman, Bill Nighy, Judy Davis and Michael Gambon will appear in the upcoming season of PBS' "Masterpiece."