Counting down until How Sherlock Changed the World tonight at 9/8c?
How do you think Sherlock changed the world?
Get an Early Look at American Experience’s “JFK”
Before that moment, beyond the glamour, behind the charm lies the true story of JFK. Now, see his life as never before in a stunning new portrait from American Experience.
"JFK" premieres on PBS November 11 & 12 at 9/8c, but you can watch a 30 minute segment now.
PBS was born on this date 44 years ago!
Over the course of a year, nearly 90% percent of all U.S. television households and 82% of all children ages 2-8 watch their local PBS station. And in September alone, Americans watched more than 261 million videos across all of PBS’ web and mobile platforms; 74% of these streams were delivered on a mobile device.
Thank you for your support! What’s your favorite PBS memory?
The premiere of the six-part series covering 500 years of black history, The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates, begins TONIGHT at 8/7c.
Watch an excerpt from Episode 1, which commences with the origins of slavery in Africa.
Downton Abbey, Season 4: The Costumes and Sets
Downton Abbey actors and production crew on creating the costumes, and making the distinctive visual sets for the series. Downton Abbey, Season 4 premieres on MASTERPIECE on PBS January 5, 2014.
So You Think You Know PBS KIDS?
Children’s TV shows are a lot like the family bathrooms at Target: you tend not to notice them until you have kids.
So what can you expect to see on PBS Kids? TPT’s Open Air blog shows you some of the possibilities: http://bit.ly/1cC5Tsq
Kudos to Sesame Street for addressing an important issue with children.
Those friendly, fuzzy Muppets from “Sesame Street” have helped kids open up about all sorts of serious subjects, from hunger and divorce to military deployment.
But they’re now tackling a much more unexpected issue: incarceration.