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Gregg Sulkin Boards World War II Drama ‘World on Fire’ (Exclusive)

The British actor joins the second season of the PBS/BBC 'Masterpiece' series in the role of a fighter pilot facing the darkest side of war.

Ken Burns on Benjamin Franklin, the State of Documentary and “Trying to Tell Really Complicated Stories About Us”

The documentary filmmaker explains why he believes the American author, diplomat and inventor remains relatable today and why he's not interested in infusing his own politics into his films.

MIPTV: ‘Hotel Portofino’ Gets Season 2 Order, ‘Professor T’ Sells Wide

Britbox drama 'Hotel Portofino' gets a second-season order after becoming one of the most-watched originals on the UK streamer

PBS’ ‘Benjamin Franklin’: TV Review

Ken Burns' latest offering is a four-hour look at the wide-ranging life of the Founding Father, inventor, diplomat and writer.

Guest Column: How 25 Years of ‘Arthur’ Reflects the Legacy and Future of PBS Kids

Senior vice president Sara DeWitt on how TV's longest-running animated children's show and its groundbreaking multiplatform content will continue to make kids programming more accessible.

How ‘Barney & Friends’ and a Trip to Jamaica Led to the ‘Arthur’ Theme Song

Creator Marc Brown and executive producer Carol Greenwald also explain why Ziggy Marley was their first choice performer and the Fred Rodgers connection to "Believe in Yourself."

‘Arthur’ Creator Marc Brown, EP Carol Greenwald Talk Final Season, Hopes for Feature Film With John Legend

The duo also explains how they imagined their young Elmood City residents as adults, those popular memes and why a live-action film hasn't happened yet.

Period Crime Drama ‘Vienna Blood’ Gets Season 3 Order

The Austria thriller, set in 1900s Vienna, airs on PBS and BBC Two.

How PBS’ ‘Reopening: The Broadway Revival’ Tells the Story of Theater’s Return Through Its Biggest Stars

Host Frank DiLella on how the intimate 'Great Performances' reopening documentary featuring Andrew Lloyd Webber and Kristin Chenoweth follows Broadway's return beyond the stage.

PBS Documentary ‘One Day in March’ to Explore Rise in Hate and Violence Against AAPI Community

From The WNET Group, the one-hour film will premiere on PBS in May.

NBC News Hires Yamiche Alcindor as Washington Correspondent

Alcindor will continue to anchor the PBS public affairs program 'Washington Week' after joining NBC.

Geoff Bennett Named PBS NewsHour Chief Washington Correspondent and Weekend Anchor

WETA in Washington will also take over production of the weekend edition of the program from New York's WNET.