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  • Joe Donahue speaks with Apple TV+'s "Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock" producer Matt Fusfeld, and stars John Tartaglia (Gobo) and Dave Goelz (Boober).
  • This month, HBO celebrates its 50th anniversary. The new book, "It's Not TV: The Spectacular Rise, Revolution and Future of HBO" by veteran media reporters Felix Gillette and John Koblin is the inside story of the start-up that reinvented television. Now synonymous with quality and prestige, HBO pushed the envelope of how stories could be told on TV. But HBO’s own story is as compelling and complex as any drama it put on the air, with a dynamic cast of characters who drove innovation in unprecedented ways. John Koblin is a media reporter for The New York Times, covering the television industry.
  • Shadowland Stages in Ellenville, New York presents the world premiere of "Safe Home," written by Tom Hanks and James Glossman, based on stories from Hanks' book "Uncommon Type." The play stars Emmy Award-Winning actor Timothy Busfield whose credits include playing Elliot Weston on the TV drama "thirtysomething" and Danny Concannon on Aaron Sorkin’s "The West Wing." He has hundreds of credits acting, producing, and directing.
  • In his debut novel, "The Mutual Friend" (Dutton), Carter Bays demonstrates his deep talent for writing a warm, witty, captivating story brimming with lovable characters. As the co-creator of "How I Met Your Mother," which ran on CBS for nine years, received thirty Emmy nominations and ten wins, his work developed a cult following. This year sees that legacy continue with the Hulu spinoff, "How I Met Your Father," starring Hilary Duff.
  • Joe Donahue speaks with Apple TV+'s "Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock" producer Matt Fusfeld, and stars John Tartaglia (Gobo) and Dave Goelz (Boober).
  • On December 24, the series finale of the AppleTV+ series, "Dickinson" will be available to stream on the subscription platform. "Dickinson" stars Hailee Steinfeld in the eponymous role of the great American poet, Emily Dickinson. Set just before and during the American Civil War, we watch Emily Dickinson and her family and neighbors in Amherst, Massachusetts experience love, loss, obligation and creativity and debate the usefulness of tradition, the abolition of slavery, gender equality, and the value of fame.
  • Richard Kind has been a ubiquitous yeoman of stage and screen for a number of decades - equally adept in both comedic and dramatic roles. His television…
  • Beginning tomorrow, PBS will premiere the first of a four-part series, co-hosted by Steven Johnson titled Extra Life: A Short History of Living Longer.…
  • In her first-ever graphic memoir, four-time Emmy-winning comedy writer Merrill Markoe unearths her treasured diaries, long kept under lock and key, to…
  • #1 New York Times best-selling award-winning author C.J. Box has created one of suspense fiction’s most enduring protagonists in Wyoming game warden Joe…