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In , the Arts & Entertainment Network (A&E) produced an episode of their television documentary series Biography focusing on the history of Sesame Street, airing on March

Hosted by Harry Smith, the hour and one-half special features interviews with Loretta Long, Bob McGrath, Sonia Manzano, Caroll Spinney, Steve Whitmire, Cheryl Henson, Kevin Clash, Frank Oz, Lloyd Morrisett, and Joan Ganz Cooney. Some of the topics discussed in the documentary include the test pilots, Jim Henson's early works, Mr. Hooper's death, the development of scripts (such as in the Season 32 hurricane episodes) and characters (specifically, Lulu) and the popularity of Elmo. Behind the scenes filming of episodes and is also included.

A&E released the documentary on VHS and DVD-R.

Notes

  • The original airing of the episode ended with Harry Smith promoting the soon to be airing "Hurricane" episodes, followed by a quick scene of Oscar announcing the alphabet sponsors of the program (pictured above). This coda was removed from re-airings and the home video releases.

External links

Sours: https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/A%26E_Biography:_Sesame_Street

There are so many interesting episodes of Biography, that keep you glued to your TV set, but which ones really stand out? Do you like "The Von Trapp Family: Harmony and Discord" the best, or is "Amelia Earhart: Queen of the Air" your favorite episode of Biography? To determine once and for all what the best episodes of Biography are, let's rank these Biography episode from best to worst.

Biography is a documentary series that profiles famous people. It often features archival footage and interviews with the friends and family of celebrities. Biography premiered in syndication in The series later ran on A&E before expanding into its own media franchise.

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Biography (TV program)

Documentary television series owned by A&E Networks

Biography is an American documentary television series and media franchise created in the s by David L. Wolper and owned by A&E Networks since Each episode depicts the life of a notable person with narration, on-camera interviews, photographs, and stock footage. The show originally ran in syndication in –, and in , on A&E from to , and on The Biography Channel (later Bio, now FYI) from to After a five-year hiatus, the franchise was relaunched in Over the years, the Biography media franchise has expanded domestically and internationally, spinning off several cable television channels, a website, a children's program, a line of books and records, and a series of made-for-TV movies, specials, and miniseries, among other media properties. Biography has won a Peabody Award () and three Emmy Awards (, , ).

Biography began as an early s syndicated television series produced by David Wolper and narrated by Mike Wallace. It won a Peabody Award, launched Wallace's journalism career, and became a standard in biography films, widely shown in classrooms. After a one-year revival in , the show returned on A&E Networks in In , A&E began producing new episodes, and expanded the show into a multimedia franchise. By the turn of the century, Biography became A&E's "flagship" program, winning three Emmy Awards, growing from one night per week to seven, and spawning its own cable television channel, several spin-off shows, a website, made-for-TV movies, mini-series, books, audio books, records, and even a board game. The show's ratings eventually slipped and its airtime was reduced to one night per week, then exclusive to The Biography Channel (now FYI). Production of new episodes ceased in and Biography was almost entirely off the air by In , A&E relaunched the Biography franchise with a series of TV specials and miniseries.

History[edit]

Syndicated series[edit]

 advertisement for the Biography syndicated series showing its early logo
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The original Biography was produced by David Wolper and Jack Haley Jr. and narrated by Mike Wallace, who at the time was just beginning his award-winning journalism career. The show featured no interviews, consisting instead of a half hour of film clips, newsreel footage, still photographs and recordings.[3]

Production began in and the show was distributed in syndication[3] by Official Films,[2] premiering in February [3] The s series profiled world leaders (Winston Churchill), contemporary U.S. politicians (Fiorello H. La Guardia, Joseph McCarthy), athletes (Babe Ruth and Knute Rockne), and other 20th-century notables, including generals, authors, scientists, actors, and all the modern U.S. Presidents.[3][4][5]

The program became popular in syndication, and in , won a Peabody Award (Television Education), the first of several for both Wolper and Wallace. Biography has been credited with turning Wallace's journalism career around, and in , he left to join The CBS Morning News with Mike Wallace, and, later, 60 Minutes. Biography stopped releasing new episodes in , although some episodes continued to be used as educational films in classrooms, became standards for filmed biographies of the persons profiled, and it played for decades in syndication.[3][4][5] The series was briefly revived for syndication in with host David Janssen, profiling Idi Amin and Walt Disney, among others.[3]

A&E acquisition[edit]

The Arts & Entertainment Network (now A&E), a joint venture started in by ABC, NBC, the Hearst Corporation, and the Rockefeller Group, acquired the broadcast rights to Biography and began airing the show on Tuesday nights at 8pm beginning on April 6, , with Peter Graves as host. In the words of one observer, A&E's Biography "picked up where Wolper left off."[4]

In , A&E acquired the rights to the Biography trademark and library, and began producing new episodes of the show, which expanded the subjects from historical figures to contemporary figures, including political leaders and popular celebrities, and which changed the program from one that reported history to one that recorded it as it unfolded. A&E also added on-camera interviews to the Biography format.[6][7][8]

In , A&E expanded the show from one night per week to five (every weeknight at 8pm) and commissioned over hours of new programming. Journalist Jack Perkins joined the show as an alternate host along with Graves. For the –96 season, A&E expanded Biography again, adding a sixth night, Biography This Week, which profiled someone from the previous weeks' news, such as Yitzak Rabin, George Burns, and Gene Kelly.[3][7][8]

Franchise expansion[edit]

Biography (media franchise)
Created byDavid L. Wolper
Original workTV series
OwnerA&E Networks
Book(s)Crown Publishing Group/Random House-published line
Magazine(s)Biography magazine
Television series
  • Biography
  • Biography This Week
  • Biography for Kids
  • Biography International
  • Biography: American Justice
Television film(s)
  • Biography Movies series
  • Johnny Cash's America
  • The Notorious Life of Biggie Smalls
  • Gotti & Son
  • David Koresh and the Siege Of Waco
  • The End of America: Putin's Master Plan
  • Elizabeth Smart: Autobiography
  • Who Killed Tupac?
  • Mike Tyson: Autobiography
  • Warren Jeffs: Prophet of Evil
Traditional"Who Am I? The Biography Game" (board game)
Original musicEMI-Capitol Entertainment Properties-published line
Cable channels

In the mids, A&E expanded Biography into a media franchise, including multiple cable channels, a website, a monthly magazine, home videos, books for adults and children, audiobooks, music CDs, CD-ROMs, several spin-off shows, mini-series, and made-for-TV movies, and even a board game called "Who Am I? The Biography Game."[6][7]

In January , A&E launched The History Channel, followed in November by The History Channel U.K., which included a British version of Biography with a British host. By , its tenth year on A&E, Biography had achieved its highest ratings yet, drawing over million viewers,[9] six nights per week, and received its first Emmy nominations (The Presidents Award and Outstanding Informational Series).[10] A&E started producing approximately hours of new programming each year, and expanded the franchise into other media. Barnes & Noble began selling Biography videos in its stores. In the summer of , A&E launched Biography.com. In the fall, a Saturday-morning children's version, Biography for Kids, was released.[6][8][11][12]

The next year, Biography won its first Emmy Award (Outstanding Informational Series), and was nominated in two other categories.[10] The same year, Biography was allowed to interview sitting First Lady Hillary Clinton for an episode profiling billionaire Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton. Also in , A&E released Biography audio tapes, and replaced its eight-year-old A&E Monthly magazine with Biography magazine. Circulation started at , in and grew for several years (to , by early ;[13] , by mid; , by ; and, , by ). Crown Publishing Group, a subsidiary of Random House, began publishing a line of page Biography paperbacks in , beginning with books on Muhammad Ali, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Ronald Reagan, and Pope John Paul II.[14][8][15]

In , Biography was airing twice a day, six days a week. The episode profiling Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, aired on three separate time slots on Sunday, June 21, , became the show's highest-rated episode up to that point. A&E released Biography Movies, featuring subjects such as P.T. Barnum, Lillian Hellman, and Dashiell Hammett. Bill Kurtis hosted a spin-off show, Biography: American Justice, and a series of Biography record albums by artists who had been profiled on the show, including Dean Martin, Judy Garland, Nat King Cole, Mel Torme, and Lena Horne, was released by EMI-Capitol Entertainment Properties.[13] In November, A&E created a spin-off network called The Biography Channel (now Bio Channel/FYI) featuring historical figures and current political and social leaders.[6][8][12][16]

Logo for the Biography Channel
The Biography Channel logo

By , Biography had profiled people. It won its second Emmy Award (Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming)[10] and was on television in some incarnation seven nights per week, including an "international-figure-personality-of-the-week," Biography International. That year's episode profiling Ron Howard was viewed in million homes, becoming a new Biography record.[17] Journalist Harry Smith (previously with CBS's This Morning) joined Biography as the primary host, though Peter Graves and Jack Perkins continued to appear on the show.[6][18][19]

By the end of the century, Biography had profiled over people, and on October 1, , A&E Networks expanded its British partnership with Sky UK with the launch of a UK market Biography Channel.[20]

Biography's ratings declined 15% from to , and another 17% from to , before increasing 6% in Despite the decrease in ratings, by , Biography won its third Emmy Award (Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series), and marked its 1,th profile.[7][10][21]

A&E responded to the ratings decline by changing Biography's management personnel and launching a marketing campaign centering on photographs taken by photographer Annie Leibovitz of well-known subjects that had been profiled on Biography, including Jerry Seinfeld, Muhammad Ali, Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford.[21][22]

'We produced a show on the Green River Valley killer in a week,' O'Hearn says. When Katharine Hepburn, John Ritter and Gregory Peck died, up-to-date shows about their lives were televised if not on the night they passed away, the following night.

—&#;Variety, quoting Biography Vice President Didi O'Hearn, [21]

In , host Harry Smith left to join CBS's The Early Show. A&E began reducing the number of nights Biography aired starting , when Neil Ross became the show's final host, narrating episodes on Elizabeth Taylor and Elvis Presley.[3][23][24] The growth of Biography's magazine circulation slowed in and declined 9% in In , A&E scaled back Biography magazine from monthly to quarterly publication.[3][25]

By , Ross had left the show and Biography was airing only once a week, usually on Friday nights with three back-to-back episodes. A&E removed Biography from its lineup in August, making new episodes of the show exclusively available on The Biography Channel. Its first year on The Biography Channel featured 64 hours of new programming, including episodes on the Onassis family, Jamie Oliver, Russell Simmons, George Lopez, Anthony Hopkins, Grace Slick, Elmore Leonard and Olivia Newton-John. The following year, The Biography Channel was rebranded "Bio." In , Biography released a documentary, Johnny Cash's America, together with a companion DVD/CD package published by Legacy Recordings containing an unreleased recitation by the singer entitled "I Am the Nation."[3][26][27]

The new logo after The Biography Channel was rebranded "Bio."

The last new episode aired in , and the show ended its run in In , A&E replaced its underperforming Bio channel with The FYI Network and partnered with digital publisher SAY Media. SAY Media began operating Biography.com, while A&E continued producing short-form videos for the website.[28]

revival[edit]

In , A&E Networks relaunched the franchise with a set of two-hour specials and mini-series for three of its channels, A&E, History and Lifetime. Biography returned to A&E on June 28, with The Notorious Life of Biggie Smalls. A&E announced that it would produce up to 40 hours of new episodes as part of the relaunch, including features on John Gotti, Tupac Shakur, Vladimir Putin, Elizabeth Smart, Mike Tyson, and David Koresh.[11][28]

Hosts[edit]

The original, early s syndicated Biography was narrated by Mike Wallace, who won his first Peabody Award on the show, and launched his journalism career. Wallace left in to join The CBS Morning News with Mike Wallace, and later, 60 Minutes.[3][4][5]

Actor David Janssen hosted a short-lived revival of the show on CBS.[3][29]

Actor Peter Graves hosted Biography on A&E starting in , and he was joined in by journalist Jack Perkins as an alternate host, when the show expanded from one night per week to five.[7][14]

Where else could you find maybe on three successive nights the stories of Robert E. Lee, Gypsy Rose Lee and Bruce Lee?

—&#;Host Harry Smith, as quoted by The Hartford Courant, [7]

In , after reportedly trying without success to recruit Charlie Gibson (who was then leaving ABC's Good Morning America) to replace Graves and Perkins, A&E named journalist Harry Smith, previously with CBS's This Morning, as the primary host of Biography, although Graves and Perkins continued to have a role with the series.[6][18][19]

Smith left in to join CBS's The Early Show, and was replaced by Neil Ross. Ross left in , and A&E produced Biography as an unhosted show.[11]

Subjects profiled[edit]

Biography has profiled over 1, subjects, ranging from "Moses to Mozart to Madonna," in the words of host Harry Smith,[7] and as of , Biography.com claims to contain over 7, biographical profiles on its website.[30] The most-watched episodes profiled Ron Howard, the Gambino crime family, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, Andre the Giant, and Sam Walton.[6][17][29]

Since its first broadcast in , Biography has profiled:

  • Scientists: Carl Sagan, Howard Carter[6]
  • Serial killers: Jeffrey Dahmer, The Boston Strangler[29]
  • Authors: Ernest Hemingway[6]
  • Athletes: Muhammad Ali, Jackie Robinson[14]
  • Magicians: Harry Houdini[6]
  • Entertainers: Dean Martin, Nat King Cole, Mel Torme, Lena Horne,[13]Judy Garland,[31]Betty Grable,[29]Sophia Loren,[14]Edward G. Robinson,[14]Elizabeth Taylor,[6]Pierce Brosnan,[21]Michael Douglas,[31]Kathie Lee Gifford,[6]Tom Hanks,[6]Shari Lewis,[32]Paul Newman,[31]Nick Nolte,[6]Jane Fonda
  • Musicians: Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Marvin Gaye
  • Martial artists: Bruce Lee[6]
  • Revolutionaries: Che Guevara,[31]Vladimir Lenin[31]
  • Businesspeople: J.C. Penney, the Woolworth family, Barbara Hutton[6]
  • Professional wrestlers: Andre the Giant,[6]The Rock[21]
  • Comedians: Ernie Kovacs, Jonathan Winters[14]
  • Contemporary political leaders: Winston Churchill[14]Bill Clinton,[6]Charles de Gaulle,[29]Al Gore,[29]John McCain,[6]Nancy Reagan[31]
  • Historical figures, ancient: Attila the Hun,[29]Alexander the Great,[29]Columbus[6] and more recent: Gandhi,[31]Chiang Kai-shek,[31]Rosa Parks,[6]Oskar Schindler[31]
  • Fictional characters: Lamb Chop,[32]Catwoman[21]
  • Filmmakers: Howard Hughes,[14][33] Steven Spielberg[6][14]
  • "Pioneers of the space program"[14]
  • Celebrities: Prince Andrew,[14]Princess Diana,[6]Monica Lewinsky[6]
  • Religious and mystical figures: Jesus Christ, Satan, Nostradamus[6]
  • Lawyers: Ken Starr[6]

Reception[edit]

Mike Wallace presented with a Peabody Award for Biography in
Mike Wallace (left) presented with a Peabody Award for Biographyin [34]

Biography has been described as "an undisputed phenom,"[11] "one of cable television's most respected programs,"[8] "one of the most popular series on cable TV,"[3] "the belle of the Nielsen ball,"[27] and "the most pervasive series of history films found in classroom libraries."[5] It has been called A&E's "flagship series",[6][8] "signature series,"[29][6][19] "strongest brand,"[8] and "most-watched show."[19] In , a writer for The Hartford Courant asked, "Is there anybody who doesn't like, or at the very least hasn't stopped to watch, A&E's Biography?"[7]

Biography has won a Peabody Award and three Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Awards (Emmy) Awards: Outstanding Informational Series in , Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming in , and Outstanding Informational Series in The show has been nominated for 16 other Emmy Awards: The Presidents Award (–), Outstanding Informational Series (), Outstanding Individual Achievement Informational Programming (), Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Series (–, –09, ), Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming (), and Outstanding Informational Series ().[10][34][35]

Not all reviews have been positive. The same Hartford Courant writer criticized the early s version of the show for focusing on "great men".[7] A writer for The New York Times described Biography as "skipping easily, and often superficially" from one subject to the next.[29]Variety has reviewed some episodes as "disappointingly routinemarred by errors and omissions,"[33] and "suffer[ing] tunnel vision."[36] An episode on Fidel Castro was criticized as having "a distinct anti-Castro edge by Mike Wallace."[5] The Dwight Eisenhower Presidential Library includes a copy of a Biography episode featuring Eisenhower with the notation, "There are some simplifications of facts and condensation of events."[37] A Salt Lake Tribune TV critic wrote "the producers of Warren Jeffs: Prophet of Evil should have been more careful" to avoid confusing the LDS Church with the FLDS Church "through careless editing."[38]

BIOGRAPHY: DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER th edition of CBS biography series. Follows Eisenhower from birth to There are some simplifications of facts and condensation of events. Does contain unique WWII film footage. Narrated by Mike Wallace.

—&#;Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library Archives entry for Biography episode[37]

In , the American Library Association wrote that Biography.com is an "extensive site" and "the perfect source for anyone looking for background or historical and biographical information."[39] In , Biography.com was named a "Ten Best Reference Website" by The Sunday Times.[40] Biography.com has been cited as a source by The New York Times,[41]The Washington Post,[42]The Los Angeles Times,[43]The Chicago Tribune,[44]The Columbus Dispatch,[45]The Boston Globe,[46] and NPR.[47]

In popular culture[edit]

Biography has been a category on the television game show Jeopardy!.[6] In , the NBC sitcom Just Shoot Me! did an episode called "A&E Biography: Nina Van Horn." The episode was shot in the style of A&E's Biography, and focused on the life of one of the show's main characters, Nina Van Horn. The episode featured interviews with the other characters of the show and multiple special guest stars, including Don Henley, Jerry Hall, Sydney Pollack, Pat Sajak, Vanna White, and Buddy Hackett. The episode also included an introduction, conclusion, and voiceover provided by then-host Harry Smith.[48]

See also[edit]

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It seemed that they were specially selected, one to the other, so that the right ensemble was obtained. They were all young, all burning brunettes, all with a slightly noticeable Japanese-Malaysian type of face and figure. Seeing their slender bodies, dressed in light dresses, their heavily lined eyes - brown, almond-shaped, their lips plump and open like petals of a tropic flower, I was.

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