“Bates Motel,” the A&E prequel to “Psycho,” wraps up after five seasons, and the principal players are wistful but pleased.
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A&E, Showtime and the Smithsonian Channel reflect on the moment in 1992 when the Rodney King verdict set off a wave of violence.
An eight-part series that promised an up-close look at the Ku Klux Klan was derailed after it was discovered that some of the show’s producers had paid participants in exchange for access.
The network is reworking its upcoming documentary series about the Ku Klux Klan in response to social media outcry.
This A&E show, which has just announced that this season will be its last, figured out early that viewers didn’t care if their chosen reality was real.
The reality series, among the most popular on cable television, will end after its 11th season in April, the family announced.
The approach of the 20th anniversary of this Colorado girl’s murder prompts a barrage of programming, but why?
On CW, “MADtv” gets a revival, while A&E tackles race with “Black and White.”
The Adult Swim series returns for a 10th season, and lipstick will never be the same, while “Duck Dynasty,” on A&E, lacks spontaneity.
Although the “Roots” revival received strong reviews, it had a formidable opponent: Game 7 of the N.B.A. Western Conference finals.