Remembering Leonard Nimoy

Remembering Leonard Nimoy

Star Trek's "Spock" passes away at age 83.

Michael Learned now online

Michael Learned's interview is now online!

The actress talks playing "Olivia Walton" on The Waltons and more!

Nick Stewart now online

Nick Stewart's interview is now online!

The actor talks working with Milton Berle and Mae West, and playing "Lightnin'" on Amos n' Andy.

Archive Lovebirds!

Archive Lovebirds

Come visit with some of your favorite TV couples!

Ellen Wheeler now online

Ellen Wheeler's interview is now online!

The actress/producer talks Another World and Guiding Light.

Remembering Bob Simon

Remembering Bob Simon 

The CBS news correspondent passes away at age 73.

Diahann Carroll And TV's Social Responsibility

Diahann Carroll And TV's Social Responsibility

The actress advocates the educational potential of television.

Jack Lemmon now online

Jack Lemmon's Interview is now online!

The actor talks 'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous, 'S Gershwin, 12 Angry Men, and more!

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Remembering Leonard NimoyBlog post imageWe're sad to learn that actor Leonard Nimoy passed away this morning at the age of 83. Nimoy grew up in the inner city of Boston. He served in the Army (assigned to mount Army-produced shows), moved to Hollywood, and soon appeared on The Pinky Lee Show,...

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New from the Archive of American Television Presents DVD Series

Omnibus: Mr. Lincoln

A tele-biography by renowned author, screenwriter, and film critic James Agee, Mr. Lincoln (1952) earned wide acclaim as the centerpiece of OMNIBUS' inaugural season. Starring: Royal Dano and Joanne Woodward.