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Rita Moreno Putting On Lipstick In Mirror, 1954. Photo: Getty Images
Discover WTTW's programming celebrating this Hispanic Heritage Month, which begins September 15. 
A Boeing building. Photo: Paul Mailman for FRONTLINE (PBS).
Three hundred and forty-six people died in two crashes five months apart on Boeing 737 Max 8 jets. A new Frontline investigation with The New York Times reveals the commercial pressures, failed oversight, and flawed design that led to the crashes. 
Jake and Max McCall in 'Guilt.' Photo: Expectation/Happy Tramp North
Max makes a desperate gamble as things begin to unravel and the walls close in, while Jake and Claire decide to make fresh starts and Angie starts to discover what all she has gotten wrapped up in, as Guilt comes to a close.
Sophie Wilde and Solly McLeod
Tom Jones is the mother of all rom-coms and isn’t that just what we all need after the last couple of years of misery?" says the writer of an upcoming adaptation of Henry Fielding's classic work, considered one of the first novels. 
Pão de Ló from 'Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Kitchen.' Photo: Enric Vives-Rubio
Pão de ló is an unusual Portuguese sponge cake that harbors a hidden surprise beneath its browned, creased surface. It's the perfect cake for late summer in its simplicity, or to celebrate the return of Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television.
Katherine Dunham dancing and Katharine Kuh smiling and reading papers
Dancer Katherine Dunham and curator Katharine Kuh are part of an upcoming exhibition at the Newberry Library called "Chicago Avant-Garde," which tells the story of five Chicago women who took risks throught their art.
Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives as Max and Jake McCall in 'Guilt.' Photo: Courtesy Expectation/Happy Tramp North
Mismatched brothers Max and Jake find themselves getting pulled ever further into trouble after they hit a man while driving home from a wedding. Jake begins to fall for the niece of the victim, while Max's marriage begins to fall apart. 
Henry Wilcox (Matthew MacFadyen) and Margaret Schlegel (Hayley Atwell) in 'Howards End.' Photo: Courtesy Starz Entertainment
Masterpiece is lauded for its literary adaptations. Some authors have proven to be so popular with audiences that several of their works (and sometimes their life stories as well) have been adapted for television, with some reimagined more than once.
Over the Moon - Chicago mooncake boxes. Image: Cindy Tan
The Mid-Autumn or Moon Festival is "like Thanksgiving," according to the organizer of a bakers' box of unique mooncakes, stylized pastries intimately associated with the celebration of the Festival. "I wanted to find a medium to bring everyone together."
Rahmaan Statik in front of his Muhammad Ali mural. Photo: WTTW/Liz Markel
“Muhammad Ali is the athlete equivalent of an artist," says the visual artist Rahmaan Statik, a South Side native and former Nation of Islam member who has painted a mural of Ali at 2847 S. Kedzie Avenue in Little Village. 
A robot pushes a cart in a factory. Photo: Courtesy Pond5

There's a huge amount of worthwhile TV out there nowadays, so it can be hard to choose what to watch. But who better to recommend shows than the person who programs them?

Eliza Scarlet and William Wellington in 'Miss Scarlet and the Duke' season 2. Photo: Masterpiece
As we enter the fall season, get updates on Miss Scarlet and the Duke and Unforgotten, while catching some sneak peeks at the upcoming Guilt and Grantchester.
Muhammad Ali sitting in the back of a convertible waving to a crowd during the Bud Billiken Day Parade at 39th Street and Martin Luther King Drive, Chicago, Illinois on August 9, 1969. Photo: ST-40001287-0032, Chicago Sun-Times collection, Chicago History Museum
Three of the most famous world heavyweight champions—most famous athletes in general—have lived in and had some of their most formative experiences and bouts in Chicago, a city that has also always been a stepping stone for amateur boxers.
Popcorn chicken. Photo: Cook's Country
Cook's Country is returning for its fourteenth season, and while it has a new editor-in-chief, the show still spotlights perfected home-cook versions of down-home American specialties like popcorn chicken.
Diana Rigg, Emilia Fox, and Charles Dance in the 1997 'Masterpiece' version of 'Rebecca'
As PBS's Masterpiece celebrates its 50 years of bringing exceptional drama and mystery to your homes, look back on some of its notable adaptations of classic books, many of which can still be streamed.