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    ‘Downton Abbey: The Exhibition’ to Make Its U.S. Debut in NYC on November 18

    NBCUniversal International Studios has announced “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” will make its U.S. premiere in New York City on Saturday, Nov. 18. This first-ever fully immersive experience set inside the world of period drama “Downton Abbey” will connect fans with their favorite characters, costumes, locations and historic events of the era, as well as showcase […]

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    PBS Announces New Series ‘We’ll Meet Again’

    PBS has announced a new six-part series called “We’ll Meet Again” produced by Blink Films in partnership with Ann Curry’s media venture and scheduled to premiere in winter 2018. The Exploring some of history’s most dramatic events from across the globe through the personal stories of those who experienced them, “We’ll Meet Again” brings together […]

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    ‘Mercy Street’ Canceled by PBS

    Civil War drama “Mercy Street” will not be returning on PBS for a third season, citing funding and “the complicated nature of aligning production timelines” as the reason behind the show’s cancellation. “We are extremely proud of both seasons of Mercy Street,” said Beth Hoppe, PBS chief programming executive. “Our talented executive producers, Lisa Wolfinger, […]

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    MASTERPIECE on PBS to Co-Produce Movie ‘The Child in Time’

    In their first television commission, Pinewood Television and SunnyMarch TV will produce made-for television movie “The Child In Time” for BBC ONE, co-produced by MASTERPIECE. Adapted by Stephen Butchard (“The Last Kingdom”) from Ian McEwan’s novel, and directed by Julian Farino (“The Newsroom,” “Entourage”), “The Child In Time” is described as a lyrical and heart-breaking […]

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    Solid Start for ‘Victoria’ on PBS

    The debut of “Victoria” on PBS’ MASTERPIECE dramatic series scored 6.3 million viewers, based on the Live + 7 Day data from Nielsen on January 15th. Comparably, this was 28 percent above the season one premiere of “Downton Abbey,” which drew over 4.9 million viewers, and 17 percent more viewers than the top-rated episode of […]

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    ‘I’ll Have What Phil’s Having’ Moves to Netflix

    Food and travel-themed series “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having,” which aired on PBS in 2015, is moving to Netflix. The six-episode series, which overall received positive reviews in season one, was not cost effective for PBS and Netflix has opted to pick it up. A new title is expected to be announced. Further details, including […]

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