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Yamiche Alcindor Named Moderator of PBS’ ‘Washington Week’

Washington Week, the long-running PBS public affairs show, has named a new moderator. Yamiche Alcindor, the White House correspondent for PBS NewsHour, will join the program as its…

‘Romeo & Juliet’: TV Review

Josh O'Connor and Jessie Buckley play Shakespeare's tragic lovers, torn asunder by a bitter feud, in this National Theatre production reconceived for the screen and airing on PBS.

MIPTV: Spain, Austria Board Period Drama ‘Atlantic Crossing’

Beta Film has closed deals for the WWII drama, featuring 'Twin Peaks' actor Kyle MacLachlan and 'The Bridge' star Sofia Helin, with Spanish pay TV group Moviestar+ and Austrian public broadcaster ORF.

Erika Dilday Named Executive Director of American Documentary

She also becomes executive producer of its doc series 'POV' on PBS and 'America ReFramed' on the WORLD Channel.

‘Hemingway’: TV Review

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick turn their attentions to Ernest Hemingway in a six-hour, warts-and-all PBS examination of the blustery literary titan.

Rita Moreno Documentary Lands at Roadside Attractions

'Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It' is set for a June 18 theatrical release after debuting at Sundance.

Callum Woodhouse Signs With APA (Exclusive)

Woodhouse is best known for playing Tristan Farnon on PBS' 'All Creatures Great and Small' TV series revival.

PBS Chief “Cautiously Optimistic” About Funding Under Biden Administration

PBS chief Paula Kerger “cautiously optimistic” about funding under Biden administration, echoing the platform’s commitment to educational programming as millions of children are still dealing with…

‘Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

A trailblazing force in Latina representation traces her fight to break beyond stereotypical roles alongside her personal emancipation in the tribute for PBS' 'American Masters' series, 'Rita Moreno…

Wavelength Boards PBS Marian Anderson Doc (Exclusive)

The production house, whose credits include Sundance hits 'Knock Down the House' and 'Where's My Roy Cohn?,' will executive produce the film about the legendary African American singer and civil…

Canadian Kids TV Animation Nears Racial Equality, Says Report

The Canadian animation industry's racial reckoning has received an A from a new report on representation for homegrown kids and youth TV cartoon content.

‘Elizabeth Is Missing’: TV Review

Glenda Jackson gives a towering performance as a woman battling Alzheimer's and trying to find her missing friend in the Masterpiece movie 'Elizabeth Is Missing.'