Born in 1981, the network soon grew to include reality TV and the VMAs. But nothing compares to its glory days of 24/7 music videos
"Thor: Ragnarok" director Taika Waititi and Sterlin Harjo developed a comedy about Native American teens in Oklahoma that stars four young Native actors
A new collection at the Strong National Museum of Play in New York will celebrate America's beloved prime-time competitions
Smithsonian's James Deutsch says that behind the character in the new Marvel Studios series lies the oft-told story of "guile" outsmarting authority
Long before Jodie Turner-Smith's miniseries came under criticism, British Indian actress Merle Oberon portrayed the Tudor queen
The adaptation of Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize–winning novel reimagines the eponymous trail to freedom as an actual train track
With screen time at a high during the Covid-19 pandemic, two educators offer some advice
"Sunrise Semester" gave a generation of women a second chance at higher education
As details about traumatic events unfold in the news, it is important for families to navigate these conversations with young children with care.
The 1971 show aired the fraught political differences that were "All in the Family"
Kick off the New Year with Smithsonian Associates' virtual multi-part courses, studio arts classes and study tours
A new television special hearkens back to the nearly 50 years of Christmas thievery from the Dr. Seuss classic
This wide-ranging list offers much-needed context for the issues at the forefront of the national conversation
The author of the Perry Mason novels rose to the defense of an Apache shaman who was falsely convicted of killing his wife
An exhibition in Indiana enables art lovers to explore the painter's refurbished workshop
A network model demonstrates how George R.R. Martin's sprawling series remains comprehensible but surprising