Philip Roth is enjoying his retirement from writing and pleased that he will be featured in March on PBS’ “American Masters” series.
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Public television is putting its resources into a week-long examination of the Connecticut school shooting.
British period drama “Downton Abbey” scored rave reviews and a record 7.9 million viewers for public broadcasting channel PBS as viewers tuned in to watch a wedding and financial calamity during the award-winning show’s third season U.S. premiere on Sunday.
For only the fourth time in the show’s history, an item on “Antiques Roadshow” will be appraised for $1 million in the season premiere Monday night. What was the item? Read this …
There are many delicious reasons to watch the returning “Downton Abbey” and an exasperating one to skip it: The cover’s been blown on major plot twists.
“D” is for … divorce. “Sesame Street” is headed down a new road, covering the sensitive subject of divorce for the first time ever. The classic children’s program aims to teach kids how to deal with their parents splitting up in a new video that debuted this week in which it’s revealed that Abby Cadabby’s parents live apart.
A fourth victim is accusing the former voice of Elmo Kevin Clash of sexual abuse and has filed a lawsuit against the disgraced puppeteer. In a new lawsuit filed in… More
Emmy-winning dramas “Homeland”, “Mad Men” and British period piece “Downton Abbey” will compete for the annual Producers Guild Awards for the top shows on U.S. television, organizers announced on Wednesday.
NBC will try to strike ratings gold with a Gilded Age drama to be created by Julian Fellowes, the award-winning producer/creator of “Downton Abbey.”
A Florida man has sued the ex-Elmo puppeteer who resigned amid a sex scandal, saying the voice actor met him in New York after trolling gay telephone chat lines seeking underage boys for sex.