Meet Anna Lore, star of PBS Digital Studios new series “Frankenstein, M.D.” and Emmy-winning executive producer & writer Bernie Su (on the right). Frankenstein MD premieres on pbsdigitalstudios' YouTube channel August 19.
NOVA’s Dr. Amy Middleman, Dr. Paul Offit, and Sonya Pemberton also let loose for the camera before their “Vaccines – Calling the Shots” TV Critics Press Tour panel (Premieres September 10).

Meet Anna Lore, star of PBS Digital Studios new series “Frankenstein, M.D.” and Emmy-winning executive producer & writer Bernie Su (on the right). Frankenstein MD premieres on pbsdigitalstudios' YouTube channel August 19.

NOVA’s Dr. Amy Middleman, Dr. Paul Offit, and Sonya Pemberton also let loose for the camera before their “Vaccines – Calling the Shots” TV Critics Press Tour panel (Premieres September 10).

Some very familiar faces popped into the PBS social media room during TV Critics Press Tour in Los Angeles.
Pictured: Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Anna Deavere Smith from Finding Your Roots, Laquita Mitchell from THE GERSHWINS’ PORGY AND BESS and Darius Monroe from independentlenspbs’ Evolution of a Criminal.

Some very familiar faces popped into the PBS social media room during TV Critics Press Tour in Los Angeles.

Pictured: Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Anna Deavere Smith from Finding Your Roots, Laquita Mitchell from THE GERSHWINS’ PORGY AND BESS and Darius Monroe from independentlenspbsEvolution of a Criminal.

Day 1 of PBS’ portion of the TV Critics Press Tour included sessions on upcoming programs including:

Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts: An Intimate History (airing September 14th, 2014)

MAKERS Women in Hollywood and Women in Politics (premieres September 30th, 2014)

independentlenspbs's Evolution of a Criminal, executive produced by Spike Lee. (premieres January 12th, 2015)

Live from the Lincoln Center’s The Nance starring Nathan Lane. (premieres October 10th, 2014)

America by the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa (premieres October 4th, 2014)

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Watch, share and then vote for this week’s featured films from the PBS Online Film Festival:

CET & ThinkTV’s Sorry About Tomorrow: Baldwin is using time travel in hopes of undoing everything that has recently been done to him and those he loves.

Vermont Public TV’s Mad River Rising: An aging farmer escapes his retirement home and finds himself back at his boyhood farm.

Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN)’s Diamond John: John Wesley Huddleston tries to support his wife and five daughters by digging for gold.

Louisiana Public Broadcasting’s A Part of Me, A Part From Me: Lawrence goes to an old house by the lake and relives painful memories of his lost love.

Vermont PBS’s North Star: Witness a haunting, poetic re-creation of a slave escaping from the South to New England.