Television’s most-watched history series, American Experience has been hailed as “peerless” (Wall Street Journal), “the most consistently enriching program on television” (Chicago Tribune), and “a beacon of intelligence and purpose” (Houston Chronicle). On air and online, the series brings to life the incredible characters and epic stories that have shaped America’s past and present. Acclaimed by viewers and critics alike, American Experience documentaries have been honored with every major broadcast award, including twenty-four Emmy Awards, four duPont-Columbia Awards, and fourteen George Foster Peabody Awards, one most recently for Two Days in October.
Voces is the only Latino anthology series on public television devoted to exploring and showcasing the best of Latina culture.
AMERICAN MASTERS is an ongoing series of award-winning primetime specials examining the lives, works, and creative processes of our most outstanding cultural artists. Created in 1984 by Susan Lacy and produced by Thirteen/WNET for national public television, the series is both a celebration and an exploration of creativity in America. Consisting of more than 250 hours of programming to date, AMERICAN MASTERS is a growing film library documenting the role important individuals, groups, and movements have played in the formation of our cultural identity.
NOVA is the highest rated science series on television and the most watched documentary series on public television. It is also one of television's most acclaimed series, having won every major television award, most of them many times over.
Since its first GREAT PERFORMANCES telecast in 1977, the Metropolitan Opera has enjoyed a rich history on public television, offering audiences at home the best seats in the house for thrilling masterpieces performed by some of the world's greatest stars. In 2006-07, the Met partnered with GREAT PERFORMANCES for the premiere of GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET, a series of six operas featuring some of the best-known artists in opera today -- Renée Fleming, Nathan Gunn, Plácido Domingo, Anna Netrebko, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, to name only a few.
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