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  1. Prolific Ken Burns Working on Docs About Country Music, Hemingway, Jackie Robinson, Vietnam

    7:22 pm 1/20/2014

    "If I were given 1,000 years I would not run out of topics," said Burns at the TCAs, while revealing details of his new projects. "I feel more creatively alive than at any time in my life."Read more

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  2. Downton Abbey Premiere Boosts PBS' Digital Viewers to One Million Streams

    2:30 pm 1/20/2014

    President and CEO Paula Kerger revealed that "fragmentation of the content landscape is a key driver of innovation at PBS."Read more

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  3. 'Sherlock' Will Continue Until Benedict Cumberbatch 'Gets Too Famous,' Promises EP

    1:43 pm 1/20/2014

    In front of a roomful of reporters at winter TCA on Monday, Cumberbatch credited the growing attention to the "iconic figure" he plays on the British series. Plus, THR compiles 11 highlights from the 45-minute session.Read more

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  4. 'Sherlock' Season 3 Premiere: 10 Funniest Quotes

    8:45 pm 1/19/2014

    Watson's mustache, Sherlock's parents and a very surprising French accent are among the standouts of the PBS/BBC show's return.Read more

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  5. George Goodman, Host of PBS' 'Adam Smith's Money World,' Dies at 83

    11:00 am 1/3/2014

    The journalist who sought to make economics more accessible died on Friday.Read more

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  6. 'Sherlock' Season 3 U.K. Premiere Draws Social Media Buzz

    9:09 am 1/2/2014

    The BBC show, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, returned to record ratings as fans discussed how Sherlock Holmes may have survived a fall at the end of season two.Read more

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  7. Downton Abbey: TV Review

    1:12 am 1/2/2014

    The British series goes into season four as soapy as ever, but Julian Fellowes' characters are well-drawn fan favorites, even when he makes them do dubious deeds.Read more

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  8. PBS to Film Richard Nelson's 'Apple Family Plays'

    4:33 pm 12/11/2013

    The four dramas about the political and personal lives of an American family in Rhinebeck, N.Y., have been critical hits both individually and together in rep at the Public Theater.Read more

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  9. JFK Assassination, 50 Years Later: A Guide to How TV Is Remembering the 35th President

    8:05 pm 11/12/2013

    Networks are airing special programming throughout November, looking back at President John F. Kennedy's tragic 1963 shooting and the legacy of his time in office. Read more

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