Those who knew Martin Luther King, Jr., including his son, contribute firsthand accounts to a documentary about his life.
The comedienne's Showtime series creates skits you won't see on 'Saturday Night Live.'
The utterly charming, Oscar-winning 'Peter and the Wolf' – rendered in painstaking stop-motion technology – comes to PBS.
The high-definition documentary on the National Geographic Channel, examines the dawn of the modern living room war.
'Six Degrees Could Change the World,' presented by National Geographic, looks at the impact global warming could have on the world's most fragile – and remote – locales.
The latest 'Sex and the City' knockoff is as glossy as its title suggests but no less watchable for it.
A documentary on PBS assesses the dynamic legacy of a man who is more than just Maria Shriver's father.
'The Jewish Americans,' a six-hour documentary, tracks the evolution of the Jewish community in the US over the past 350 years. It's a familiar story, but well told.