Bill Carter Discusses The Late Shift & The Story of Late Night

The best-selling novelist & former NYT media reporter delves into our fascination with late night television.

All Creatures Great and Small Is Coming to PBS Masterpiece

James Herriot's heartwarming stories get their latest adaptation.

The Queen's Gambit Trailer Teases Dark Psychological Thrills

The new miniseries promises an unforgettable dive into the worlds of chess and addiction.

The New Black Narcissus Trailer Brings Suspense to a Classic

The upcoming limited series from FX promises to bring back the dark psychological thrills of Rumer Godden’s Black Narcissus.

11 Iconic Books that Defined the 1960s

Go inside the sexiest and most scandalous decade in U.S. history.

Fitzgerald's Tender is the Night is Coming to Hulu

The iconic author's fourth (and favorite) novel is getting a limited series adaptation.

The Durrells in Corfu, from Page to Screen

Discover the books behind the hit show on PBS Masterpiece.

9 Must-Reads for Fans of Poldark

Cornwall calling! Indulge your Poldark fever with sweeping historical fiction novels.

How Game of Thrones Became the TV Juggernaut It Is Today

Take a crash course in the page-to-screen history of George R.R. Martin's hit series.

Jane Austen’s Unfinished Novel Sanditon is Being Adapted for PBS

Acclaimed screenwriter Andrew Davies, who also wrote the 1995 Pride and Prejudice miniseries, will be adapting the novel for the small screen.

PBS' Man In An Orange Shirt is a Heartbreaking Study of Love, Shame, and Suppressed Desire

Partly inspired by his father's secret past, author Patrick Gale has written a powerful, multi-generational gay love story for the small screen.

See the Eerie First Trailer for Adaptation of The Terror 

Dan Simmons' story of Arctic carnage is finally getting the series it deserves.

PBS's Buried Alive Unmasks the Truth About Edgar Allan Poe

The new TV special debunks the crazy mysteries surrounding the horror icon's death.

Family and Fireflies: Anecdotes from the Real-Life Durrell Family

An excerpt from the memoir by Gerald Durrell that inspired the PBS hit, "The Durrells in Corfu."

The Durrells in Corfu Returns to PBS for Season 2

The series is based on Gerald Durrell’s Corfu Trilogy, which details his family’s life after moving from England to Greece in the 1930s.

Get Ready for a Joan Didion Documentary with the Brand New Trailer

Get the scoop on “Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold."

Books to Remember Our Favorite Departing TV Shows

As we say farewell to shows like "Scandal" and "New Girl," we turn to books to fill the void.

10 Books Inspired by Television’s New Fall Season

There's no reason your DVR should be fuller than your Kindle.

Pride and Prejudice Gets a Modern Makeover in ABC’s Eligible

The TV network has announced its upcoming adaptation of Curtis Sittenfeld’s New York Times bestseller.