[03/09/17 - 11:35 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 9
Updates include: PBS passes on third season for "Mercy Street"; Sarah Bolger cast in FX's "Mayans MC"; and Josh Radnor to lead NBC's "Drama High."

[01/16/17 - 10:01 AM]
PBS Honors Extraordinary Achievements and Explores Important Conversations as Part of Black History Month Programming
PBS kicks off a new year with documentaries and specials that highlight the African-American experience through content on-air on PBS member stations and online through the PBS Black Culture Connection.

[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."

[04/27/16 - 11:17 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, April 27
Updates include: Nzingha Stewart sets "The 10th Date" at Lifetime; Don DeLillo's "Zero K" optioned at FX; and Kathryn Kates is bound for AMC's "Feed the Beast."

[04/26/16 - 08:52 AM]
PBS Announces New Talent and Directors for "Mercy Street" Season Two
The new season is currently in production in Richmond and Petersburg, Virginia.

[03/09/16 - 07:13 AM]
PBS Announces Second Season of Original Drama Series "Mercy Street"
The first season took place in the spring of 1862 in Alexandria, Virginia, a border town between North and South and the longest-occupied Confederate city of the war.

[01/14/16 - 06:04 AM]
Amazon Announces New In-Season Content Licensing Agreement with PBS to Bring Original Civil War-Era Drama "Mercy Street" to Prime Members
The six-episode Civil War drama series premieres on PBS stations on January 17.

[01/13/16 - 03:27 PM]
PBS Highlights the African-American Experience Through A Wide Range of Content
In addition to documentaries airing in February featuring those who helped influence integration and inclusion, throughout 2016 PBS will also feature programs about moments in history that helped shape race relations today.

[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.

[04/29/15 - 07:53 AM]
New PBS American Drama "Mercy Street" to Star Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Gary Cole, Peter Gerety and Norbert Leo Butz
Also featured are Shalita Grant, Jack Falahee, McKinley Belcher III, AnnaSophia Robb, Donna Murphy, Cameron Monaghan and Hannah James.

[01/19/15 - 10:21 AM]
PBS Announces New American Drama Series Set in Virginia During the Civil War, The New Drama (Title TBD) Will Offer Unique Blend of Hospital Drama and Family Saga
The first season of six episodes is slated for a winter 2016 premiere.

1/17/16 - 3/5/17
canceled/ended (2016-2017 season)
completed airing its current season
2 (12 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
confirmed as canceled on 3/9/17
(from PBS's press release, December 2016) MERCY STREET - Allegiances blur and loyalties shift as the ongoing war pushes the drama beyond the hospital - following the growing chaos at Alexandria's Mansion House, the precarious position of the Green family and the changing situation of the burgeoning black population. Starring Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Gary Cole, Donna Murphy, McKinley Belcher and Patina Miller. Sundays, January 22-March 5, 8-9 p.m. ET; rpt. Thursdays, January 26-March 9, 9-10 p.m. ET
· AnnaSophia Robb as Alice Green
· Brad Koed as James Green, Jr.
· Cameron Monaghan as Tom Fairfax
· Cherry Jones as Dorothea Dix
· Donna Murphy as Jane Green
· Gary Cole as James Green, Sr.
· Hannah James as Emma Green
· Jack Falahee as Frank Stringfellow
· Josh Radnor as Jedediah Foster
· L. Scott Caldwell as Belinda
· Luke Macfarlane as Chaplain Hopkins
· Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Mary Phinney
· McKinley Belcher III as Samuel Diggs
· Norbert Leo Butz as Byron Hale
· Peter Gerety as Alfred Summers
· Shalita Grant as Aurelia Johnson
· Suzanne Bertish as Matron Brannan
· Tara Summers as Anne Hastings
· Wade Williams as Silas Bullen
· David W. Zucker as EP
· David Zabel as CRTR/EP
· Jeremy Webb as DIR
· Lisa Quijano Wolfinger as CRTR/EP
· Ridley Scott as EP
· Roxann Dawson as DIR
· drama
· Sawbone Films
· Scott Free Productions