On November 4, 1979, hundreds of Iranian student activists stormed the US Embassy in Tehran, taking over 60 Americans hostage. What was planned as a 48-hour sit-in to protest imperialism, soon ballooned into an international crisis, a 24-7 media event, and a nightmare that would extend 444 days.

Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children

Between 1979 to 1981, at least 30 African-American children were murdered in Atlanta. Forty years later, this five-part docuseries tells the inside story of the shocking tragedy.

Sky and Ground

One refugee family faces incredible odds and countless setbacks as they travel over 3,000 miles across Europe.

Los Commandos

A teenage emergency responder wrestles with whether to leave El Salvador or stay and work amidst rampant gang violence and threats to her friends and family.

Towards The North

At a tiny refugee shelter in Tapachula, Mexico we meet Nelly and her daughter Joseline, who like millions of others, are fleeing extreme gang violence in Central America.


An eight-part, hour-long series exploring the music tied to pivotal moments in history.

We The Voters

We the Voters is a groundbreaking digital and social impact campaign that demystifies US politics and empowers voters to make a difference.


An eight-part series exploring the nexus of cutting-edge technology and human artistry that has created the soundtrack of our lives.

A Path Appears

A three-part PBS documentary series and transmedia project that explores the root causes of gender inequality and poverty across the U.S. and around the world.

Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace

An award-winning short film that follows painter Kehinde Wiley as he creates his latest series of portraits, from concept to canvas.