‘The Fireman’ by Joe Hill

In his new thriller, The Fireman, Hill portrays the world as a dark place, suppressed by an epidemic.

Society is at risk of a disease called “Dragonscale,” which leaves black and gold marks on its victims before causing them to combust.

Most can’t escape the fate of bursting into flames, except for one – the Fireman.

Mysteriously, he has the ability to control the fire ignited within him and tries to save others from “Cremation Squads.”

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PBS KIDS celebrates Earth month with new episodes, activities

Enjoy a special week of adventures from "Wild Kratts," "Nature Cat" and "Ready Jet Go!" beginning April 15.

American Masters highlights the photogenic storytelling of Garry Winogrand

Discover the life and work of Garry Winogrand, the epic storyteller in pictures who harnessed the serendipity of the streets to capture America during meteoric, oft-turbulent change in a new American Masters biography Sunday, April 21, at 2 p.m. on Arizona PBS.

Passover highlights Streit's family matzo business

The Jewish holiday of Passover is coming. With it also means the return of matzo (or "matzah"), a hallmark staple of Jewish cuisine and culture. "Streit's: Matzo and the American Dream" arrives just in time for Passover: Monday, April 22, at 9 p.m. on Arizona PBS.