Here's renowned actor, director, and reader of children's books delivering a stirring narration of Go the F**K to Sleep. For charity. In a Captain Planet t-shirt.
We've got a very special treat today: Starting at 1 p.m., LeVar Burton will be here and answering your questions! He doesn't have tons of time — just enough for you, dear reader, to ask what's on your mind — so you'd better get in here.
You've heard of the wonderful, phenomenal success actor LeVar Burton has had on Kickstarter in his attempt to bring back Reading Rainbow to a new generation. But with just a little more help, Burton can bring the show to 7,500 classrooms free — and all you need to do is let the cast of Star Trek read to you.
We're as delighted as anyone that LeVar Burton has managed to resurrect the invaluable educational TV show Reading Rainbow through the power of Kickstarter. But the show's new opening theme, which takes the original theme song to a logical but somewhat dark conclusion, leaves a little to be desired.
Want to school your kids in some science and sociology? Why not go old school? Some of the educational shows that you grew up on are still just as excellent — and relevant — as they were back in the day.
Star Trek: The Next Generation is coming to Blu-ray for the first time ever this month. And we're all looking back at TNG and realizing all over again what an achievement it was. We were lucky enough to speak with LeVar Burton, who played Geordi La Forge and directed several Trek episodes, about all things Star Trek.
Must-see TV shows are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Title: Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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