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I love “This is Us.” I even love the way it makes me cry. Who thought washing machines could bring tears? Everyone who watched it cried in the last episode, when Randall and William went to Memphis for some unfinished […]

“When We Rise” was written and created by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black. This mini-series event chronicles the real-life personal and political struggles, setbacks and triumphs of a diverse family of LGBT men and women who helped pioneer one […]

VeggieTales grows beyond the house and takes root in the city in the newly re-imagined VeggieTales in the City! Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and all your favorite Veggies are ready for a new set of adventures—all while imparting […]

Musician Daryl Davis is a black man who has spent years meeting and befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan. In some cases, the Klan members have decided to leave after getting to know him. One even asked Davis to […]

Congressman John Lewis was the youngest person to speak at the March on Washington organized by the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This week, PBS will show a documentary about Lewis, a key figure in the civil rights movement […]

“Atomic Puppet” is back for a new season on Disney XD! An iconic Super-Hero loses everything when he’s transformed into a living puppet and fused onto the hand of his biggest fan, 12-year-old Joey Felt! If they can work out […]

I love “Harry,” the free-wheeling, upbeat, always-entertaining talk show hosted by Harry Connick, Jr. The New Orleans-born actor/singer/musician gives the show a Big Easy vibe, always making his guests and his audience feel as though we’re in his living room. […]

Coming to CNN: The History of Comedy, exploring what makes us laugh, why, and how that’s influenced our social and political landscape throughout history.

I have never missed an episode of “Black-ish.” It’s one of my favorite television shows, smart, sophisticated, and very funny. I am a huge fan. But this week’s episode took things to another level as the Johnson family and Dre […]

Eugene Lee has designed sets for “Saturday Night Live’ since the very beginning in 1975. He spoke to the UK’s Creative Review about creating the look of the sketches and how technology and expectations have changed in 41 years. Lee […]