Julia, a little girl Muppet, has been in “Sesame Street’s” online series since 2015, however she’s finally making her TV debut on HBO and PBS in April. The show’s creators have a goal to help children better understand playmates who […]
19 American luminaries of the baby boom years (1946-1964) share their personal stories and achievements in the inspiring documentary, The Boomer List. Part of the American Masters series on PBS, The Boomer List invites viewers into the lives of a […]
The powerful new documentary Waking In Oak Creek profiles a suburban town shaken after six worshippers at a Sikh Temple are killed by a white supremacist in a hate crime shooting. In the year following the attack, a community and […]
After a remarkable cliffhanger to end its second season, BBC’s award-winning series Sherlock returns to American television on Sunday, January 19th. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch (Star Trek Into Darkness, The Fifth Estate) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit, The Office UK), the series offers […]
Throughout the month of December, WORLD Channel will be airing a collection of documentaries dealing with the world’s various religious communities. Topics will range from an exploration of the major Asian religions to a case study of seven students preparing […]
A documentary on assisted suicide that stirred turmoil in Britain premieres in North America to little controversy–so far, allowing the story to speak for itself.
Missing the Sunday night appointment television rush of “True Blood?” Well, everyone’s favorite serial killer-killing serial killer (say that ten times fast) is back with an infusion of frightening fun. This season Dexter faces not only the complexities and sheer […]
If you are at all active in the national American Muslim community, or if you have paid attention in the least bit to the myriad of issues Muslim-Americans have struggled with since the tragedy of 9/11, then you’ve heard of […]