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Celebrating 20 Years of Interviews

The Archive of American Television is now part of The Interviews: An Oral History of Television!

Nanette Fabray Turns 95

Remembering Nanette Fabray.

The actress passes away at age 97.

M*A*S*H: "Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen" turns 30

M*A*S*H left the airwaves 35 years ago

The series finale "Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen" aired on February 28, 1983.

Black History Month

February is Black History Month!

Celebrate with stories from LeVar Burton, Ed Bradley, Ruby Dee, and more!

The most influential episodes - 1980s

The most influential TV episodes of all time.

John Dalton continues his pick for each decade with the 1980s and Dallas.

The Winter Olympics are here!

The Winter Oympics are here!

Relive memorable Olympic moments past with our interviewees!

Kelley Dixon is now online

Kelley Dixon's interview is now online!

The editor talks Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, and more!

Leslie Uggams' Interview Is Now Online!

Leslie Uggams' Interview Is Now Online!

The performer talks Roots, Sing Along with Mitch, The Leslie Uggams Show, and more!

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Remembering Nanette FabrayBlog post imageWe’re sad to learn that actress Nanette Fabray has passed away at the age of 97. Fabray began her career in theater and film before moving on to television. She starred with Sid Caesar on Caesar’s Hour and on her own show, The Nanette Fabray 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.

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