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Sean Penn to Receive TV Academy Humanitarian Award

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‘The U.S. and the Holocaust’ Aims to Improve American Understanding of the Time

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Review: ‘Benjamin Franklin’ Is Most Engaging When It’s Trying to Solve a Puzzle

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Roush Review: Ken Burns’ Dynamic Portrait of Muhammad Ali Is a Knockout

Muhammad Ali
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‘Muhammad Ali’: Ken Burns Says the Boxing Icon’s Story Is More Relevant Than Ever


Roush Review: Telling Hemingway’s Larger-Than-Life Story


Worth Watching: Ken Burns’ ‘Country Music,’ Alec Baldwin Roasted, Peter Fonda Remembered, a Pivotal ‘Succession’

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‘Country Music’s Ken Burns Teases Artists’ Emotional Stories in PBS Docuseries

The Vietnam War

Roush Review: Ken Burns’ Powerful Doc ‘The Vietnam War’

Stephen Colbert will host the 69TH PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS, broadcasting LIVE from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles Sunday, Sept. 17 (8:00-11:00 PM, live ET/5:00-8:00 PM live PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: John Filo/CBS ©2017 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

What’s On: The Emmys, Ken Burns’ ‘Vietnam War,’ ‘Strain’ Series Finale

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TV Critics Celebrate ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ ‘Atlanta’ as Year’s Best at Annual Awards Ceremony


What’s On: A Memorial Day Treat: After PBS’s Annual Holiday Concert, Ken Burns Previews his ‘Vietnam War’ Series

Muhammed Ali

Ken Burns Producing and Directing a Muhammad Ali Documentary

The Detour

Roush Review: A Slapstick ‘Detour’, Ken Burns on ‘Jackie Robinson’, Syfy’s Dreary ‘Hunters’

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Ken Burns On Jackie Robinson, Baseball’s Most Important Player

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What’s Worth Watching: A remastered ‘The Civil War’ on PBS for Monday, September 7

Cancer The Emperor of All Maladies

What’s Worth Watching: Ken Burns Tackles Cancer in a New Documentary