Take TV time from filler to thriller with these ideas for educational and entertaining programming your kids will love. Plus: How much television is too much? The pros weigh in with ideas for monitoring usage.
Julia is different, and wonderful, and so much more in her first appearance on Sesame Street.
Is TV good or bad for kids today?
A new study has found a link between screen time and kids' fundamental school-readiness skills in math, letters and words, and cognitive and social-emotional competencies.
Are you more of a Claire Dunphy or a Peggy Bundy? A Marge Simpson or a Rainbow Johnson? Take our quiz to find out!Take Quiz
Lena Dunham's popular HBO series wraps up as character Hannah struggles with the challenges of new motherhood.
What -- and how much -- to let your child watch.
Actress Mandy Moore discusses her new role as a kitty cat sheriff in this exclusive video preview of Disney Junior's new series "Sheriff Callie's Wild West."
Remember these? It's been decades we're sure, but take a trip down memory lane by watching these clips from your favorite kids' shows of all time.
Vice President Joe Biden calls for the legal barriers to be lifted so that more research can be done on the effects of video games, TV, and movies in spurring gun violence.
Whether you and your children have been Justin Roberts fans for years, or you are just discovering his witty music, you will delight in these samples of our favorite tunes -- as well as the full version of "Pop Fly," the title track from his new album.
Trolls: The Beat Goes On debuts on Netflix on January 19.
Parents are furious after their kids watched animated content featuring graphic violence, and now, they want to caution you.
Sure, TV shows make great babysitters--but new research explains why viewing programs with your kids sometimes is so crucial to their learning.
Expert help for kids who spend too much time in front of the tube.
A new streaming service launching this spring will offer a library of 5,000 classic cartoons including "Scooby Doo," "The Flintstones," "The Jetsons," and other favorites.
We spoke to Parents advisor Michael Rich, MD, MPH, director of the Center on Media and Child Health, at the Children's Hospital Boston about the impact of TV and movies on kids.
During Super Bowl 50, the NFL will run a funny-but-touching ad about babies born nine months after a Super Bowl victory.
And why you'll probaably be happy about it.
Since welcoming his son William "Billy" John seven months ago (who suffers from a congenital heart defect), Jimmy Kimmel has been particularly outspoken about the multiple attempts by Republicans to dismantle the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and cut the budget of the National Institutes of Health.