|[11/25/19 - 08:26 AM]
PBS Presents Winter 2020 Programming Lineup, Including New "Masterpiece" Dramas "Sanditon" and "Howards End," and Adventure Series "Expedition with Steve Backshall"
The season is also filled with thematic programming which dives into the diverse culture, food and history that help shape the United States.
|[07/29/19 - 09:53 AM]
PBS and "American Experience" Announce "W"
Written, directed and produced by Barak Goodman and executive produced by Mark Samels, the film will premiere in the spring of 2020 on PBS.
|[07/18/19 - 07:15 AM]
PBS: America's Home for Documentaries This Fall
Other highlights include the final seasons of "Poldark" and "The Durrells in Corfu."
|[05/01/19 - 10:05 AM]
PBS Summer Slate Celebrates the Cultural Milestones and Technological Triumphs of the Summer of 1969
Celebrating the golden anniversaries of pivotal moments and movements in U.S. history - gay liberation, the lunar landing and Woodstock - PBS will premiere new specials and limited series.
|[11/14/18 - 11:00 AM]
PBS Announces Winter-Spring 2019 Primetime Schedule
Crowning the new season is the return of "Victoria" (Sundays, January 13-March 3), which finds the Queen facing a crisis that threatens to end her reign.
|[07/30/18 - 11:35 AM]
PBS and "American Experience" Announce "Woodstock," New Documentary from Filmmaker Barak Goodman
The film is directed by Barak Goodman, written by Goodman and Don Kleszy, and produced by Goodman and Jamila Ephron, with Mark Samels as executive producer.
|[07/16/18 - 01:27 PM]
PBS Announces Fall 2018 Primetime Schedule
Look for "The Miniaturist," "The Durrells in Corfu" and "Poldark" to spearhead the network's Sunday lineup.
|[12/21/16 - 11:26 AM]
PBS Slate of New Programming Looks at Past and Present of Nuclear World
PBS uncovers the awesome and terrifying power of the atom in a three-night marathon of nuclear-themed programming from January 9-11.
|[12/01/16 - 07:43 AM]
PBS Announces Mid-Season Schedule
Highlights include the latest presentations from "Masterpiece": "Sherlock," "Dark Angel," "Home Fires," "King Charles III," "To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters" and "Victoria."
|[07/28/16 - 10:02 AM]
PBS and American Experience Announce "The Great War" to Premiere April 2017
The six-hour, three-night event, will premiere in April 2017 in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of America's entry into the war on April 6, 1917.
|[04/28/16 - 07:02 AM]
PBS Summer 2016 Programming Features Comprehensive Election Coverage, New and Returning Drama Series, and Olympic-Themed Specials
Upcoming originals include "Endeavour, Season Three" and "Inspector Lewis, The Final Season."
|[01/18/16 - 10:20 AM]
"PBS Election 2016" Offers Comprehensive Look at Candidates and Issues
At the center of this multi-platform initiative is a new strategic partnership with NPR that allows for sharing of news content between the two organizations.
||[10/19/15 - 10:24 AM]
PBS' Winter/Spring Season Features Endings, Beginnings and Awaited Returns
Highlights include the final season of "Downton Abbey," a "Sherlock" special, the return of "Grantchester" and the premiere of Civil War drama "Mercy Street."
|[06/04/15 - 06:58 AM]
PBS Primetime This Fall Shines With Exquisite New Drama, Exuberant Performances, Extraordinary Science and Stars Galore
The 9-part "Indian Summers" on "Masterpiece" premieres September 27 with Golden Globe Award-winning actress Julie Walters in the dramatic retelling of the twilight of British rule in India.
|[05/07/15 - 07:12 AM]
"Poldark" Drama and Unprecedented Look at Sea Life in "Big Blue Live" Spark PBS' 2015 Summer Season
"We're breaking new ground on PBS this summer," says Beth Hoppe, PBS Chief Programming Executive and General Manager, General Audience Programming.
|[11/19/14 - 08:21 AM]
PBS Unveils New Titles as Part of Winter/Spring Season and Expanded Sunday Night Drama Lineup in 2015
Highlights include newcomers "Grantchester," "Wolf Hall," "Poldark" and "Indian Summers."
|[08/16/14 - 07:01 PM]
2014 Creative Arts Awards Emmy Winners List
"Saturday Night Live" took home five awards while "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey," "Game of Thrones," "Sherlock: His Last Vow" and "True Detective" each nabbed four.
|[07/22/14 - 10:28 AM]
PBS and "American Experience" Announce "Walt Disney" to Premiere Fall 2015
The film features rare archival footage from the Disney vaults, scenes from some of his greatest films, and includes interviews with animators and artists who worked with him.
|[07/22/14 - 10:26 AM]
PBS Announces New Programming During Summer 2014 TCA Session
Today at the Television Critics Association Press Tour, PBS announced updates to its fall schedule and new programs for 2015.
|[04/10/14 - 08:02 AM]
PBS Announces Sizzling Summer Season Lineup
Highlights include the return of "Last Tango in Halifax," "Endeavour" and "Poirot" plus the premieres of "Vicious" and "Breathless."
||[10/23/13 - 08:12 AM]
PBS Announces Winter/Spring Season With Strong Roster of Returning Series and New Entries in Variety of Genres
Highlights include the return of "Downton Abbey" (January 5), "Sherlock" (January 19), "Call the Midwife" (March 30) and "Mr. Selfridge" (also March 30).
|[08/06/13 - 11:08 AM]
PBS Pays Tribute to President John F. Kennedy with Week of Special Programming
"JFK," the latest addition to "American Experience's" award-winning series "The Presidents," will anchor the week of programming.
|[05/09/13 - 05:11 AM]
PBS Fall Season Offers an Array of New Series, Specials and Returning Favorites
Highlights include "Foyle's War, Series VII" as well as "The Hollow Crown: Shakespeare's History Plays."
|[01/28/13 - 07:21 AM]
PBS Celebrates Black History Month with Special Programs and New Black Culture Website
Cab Calloway, Daisy Bates and William Still are among the featured profiles next month.
||[12/06/12 - 06:10 AM]
PBS Announces Winter/Spring 2013 Lineup
Highlights include the third season of "Downton Abbey" on Sunday nights from January 6 to February 17.
|[05/15/12 - 12:11 PM]
PBS Announces Fall 2012 Lineup
Highlights include the return of "Upstairs Downstairs" plus Ken Burns's new documentary "The Dust Bowl."