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Three New Masterpiece Mysteries Premiere on October 16

Three New Masterpiece Mysteries Premiere on October 16

October is a month full of mystery and CET and ThinkTV are adding to it beginning Sunday, October 16, with the premieres of Miss Scarlet and The Duke Season 2 on Masterpiece, Magpie Murders and Annika! Miss Scarlet and The Duke: Season 2 Sundays beginning October 16 at 8pm on CET and ThinkTV16 The dueling detectives of Masterpiece’s Miss Scarlet and The Duke are back […]

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Making Black American Highlights the Heart of the African American Experience

Making Black American Highlights the Heart of the African American Experience

The latest documentary series by renowned scholar Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Making Black America: Through The Grapevine, premieres on October 4. This new four-part series highlights the vibrant cultural and social spaces at the heart of the African American experience. “For centuries, ‘the Grapevine’ has connected Black Americans in formal and informal networks not just as a way of communicating but of building and […]

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Stream these Five NOVA Shows, Even without Passport

Stream these Five NOVA Shows, Even without Passport

NOVA is the most popular primetime science series on American television, demystifying the scientific and technological concepts that shape and define our lives, our planet and our universe. Explore the science behind the headlines in when you discover these five episodes of NOVA that you can stream for free without Passport. Let yourself be inspired by these stories of human ingenuity, exploration and the quest […]

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October Sleeper Picks

October Sleeper Picks

Wondering what Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener is excited to see this month? Here’s what he’ll be watching, streaming and DVR-ing: Attachments of LifeSunday, October 2, at 3:30pm on CET This program is a short essay on how our belongings alter our lives. If nothing else, it looks back more than 20 years and takes stock of how many storage rental units existed. There may […]

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Q&A with Chief Programming Officer

Q&A with Chief Programming Officer

Each month our Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener takes a selection of our viewers’ questions to share with you. Some of the questions might be ones you’ve had yourself. Others tackle programming decisions. A few are there for the laughs. You can find this month’s installment below: When will the remaining episodes of The Hour be broadcast?– Timothy O., White Oak What happened to the […]

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Back-to-School and New Routine Resources from PBS & PBS Kids

Back-to-School and New Routine Resources from PBS & PBS Kids

Now that we’re into September, it’s safe to say the kids are back to school and working on getting back into their school-time routine. We also think it’s safe to say that not every child takes to this routine in the exactly the same way, especially with the uncertainty COVID has brought to the education and care systems over the last two years. With that […]

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September Sleeper Picks

September Sleeper Picks

From repeats of great shows like Mine Wars from American Experience and When Comedy Went to School to new programs like Independent Lens: Hazing and Facing Suicide, here are the Sleeper Picks for September 2022 from Chief Programming Officer Jim Wiener. Mine Wars: American ExperienceFriday, September 2, at 9pm on CET For Labor Day weekend, remember the bitter battle to unionize coal miners well over […]

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POV: Love & Stuff – a Multigenerational Love Story – Comes to PBS on September 5

POV: Love & Stuff – a Multigenerational Love Story – Comes to PBS on September 5

“How do you live without your mother?” That’s the question filmmaker Judith Helfand asks twice in the new film “Love & Stuff,” coming to POV Monday, September 5, at 10pm on ThinkTV16, CET, the station livestreams and the PBS Video App. Seven months after helping her mom have a “good death” after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, 50-year-old Judith is selected to adopt a much-longed-for […]

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Meet Anne Boleyn Before Three-Part Series Premieres

Meet Anne Boleyn Before Three-Part Series Premieres

Many people know the stories of royals like Queen Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots through dramatized adaptions of their lives (like The Crown and Reign), but how well do you know the story of Anne Boleyn? Born around 1500, Anne was the daughter of Sir Thomas Boleyn, a respected courtier, and Elizabeth Howard, the daughter of Sir Thomas Howard, one of the most powerful […]

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“Filming Puppets in a Haunted Bowling Alley: The Intern Tell-All”

“Filming Puppets in a Haunted Bowling Alley: The Intern Tell-All”

Let the record show that July 25th, 2022, was the most wholesome day of production this humble intern has ever witnessed. It was still dark when I arrived at CET studios that morning for the third day of shooting for $martPath. Our previous two days were in the CET studios on a set in Studio B and in front of a green screen and awe-inspiring, […]

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