In 2019, we celebrate the 50th anniversaries of pivotal moments in U.S. history, from Stonewall to the moon landing to Woodstock. Here are memorable summer days of 1969, for the nation and New York City.
LGBTQ activists, great dramatic storytellers, and everyday people from the 1950s through today are celebrated on THIRTEEN.
Playwright, librettist, scriptwriter and LGBTQ activist Terrence McNally has long believed in the power of the arts to transform society and make a difference.
Criminal psychology expert Professor T is eccentric, but he does solve crimes. Binge the Belgian series that’s been compared to House, Monk and How to Get Away with Murder.
For a limited time, every new membership gift to THIRTEEN of $120 or more will receive a one-year complimentary membership to the Jewish Museum in New York City.
PBS NewsHour and FRONTLINE partner for special coverage on Monday, March 25 at 8 p.m. Watch on-air, Facebook, YouTube or Twitter.
Connect with citizen science projects that are part of NATURE’s American Spring LIVE special. You can track lilacs, observe nesting Red-tail Hawks and feeding birds and more.
A new film about the Good Friday Agreement negotiations – “Wave Goodbye to Dinosaurs” – helps give context to Brexit negotiations occuring now.
The series Jamestown centers on three women who are bound to marry the men who paid for their passage to the English colony in Virginia. Here’s a look at some real wives in the first permanent English colony in the New World.
March brings documentaries and dramas with women in the lead, including an all-female production of Julius Caesar, films on the courageous women around the world who risk their lives for peace, and spotlights on singer-activists Joni Mitchell and Holly Near.
How can citizens access reliable news that means most to their communities? What are the new models for gathering and disseminating the news? Hari Sreenivasan of PBS NewsHour and Amanpour and Company hosts the live stream from the forum.
Watch three contenders right now on THIRTEEN, including the documentary short about the Madison Square Garden rally in New York City that celebrated Nazism.
In this psychological thriller, a profiler works with the police to connect a series of murders, not realizing her daughter is at risk. In Swedish with English subtitles.
February premieres and encores celebrate pioneers who have enriched America, including Sammy Davis, Jr., Charley Pride, and Maya Angelou, and Nas.
A new broadcast channel and streaming platform arrives January 28: ALL ARTS, dedicated to arts and culture.