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A new cartoon show on PBS Kids uses indigenous input at all levels of production and centers on a young Alaska Native as the lead character.
Disney Plus debuted “The Mandalorian” Nov. 12, and HBO is offering “Watchmen” and “His Dark Materials.” Which are worth viewers’ time?
One measure of success for new sci-fi and fantasy programs is their ability to offer worlds you want to return to. How does a new crop do?
Millions of American children live with a parent who has a substance use disorder. "Sesame Street" wants to help families talk about it.
Dogs compete during the traditional Sedivackuv Long dog sled race in the Czech Republic on Jan. 23, 2020.
Ken Burns’ latest series focuses on the origins of country music and the diverse and eclectic performers who shaped it.
"The Bravest Knight" and other children's shows are including LGBTQ characters and showing young viewers more expressions of non-binary love.
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Perhaps not since Kay Thompson urged fashionistas to “Think Pink” in the musical “Funny Face” have 1950s fashions popped from the screen as dramatically as in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” That sartorial verve comes from Emmy-winner Donna Zakowska, an artist who now uses fabric as her medium.
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