Joanne Rogers, the 92-year-old widow of the Fred Rogers, weighs in on what her husband might have said during the coronavirus pandemic.
As revealed in this exclusive clip from the Blu-ray, coming out Feb. 18, Tom Hanks and Matthew Rhys were surrounded by Fred Rogers's family and close friends during one scene in acclaimed film.
The two-time Oscar winner channels the iconic children's show host, makes play for an Oscar nomination, in first look at upcoming biopic.
See Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers in the first picture from the upcoming 2019 biopic.
"I'm not crying, you are," a fan joked on Twitter in response to the Google Doodle honoring the filming of the first episode of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
Director of acclaimed new documentary "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" reveals secret information he unearthed on beloved PBS host.
The new documentary “Won't You Be My Neighbor?” explores the life and influential work of the beloved host of “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.” Hope you have a tissue handy.
It was 15 years ago today that we said goodbye to Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. Beginning on Canadian television in 1963, the show moved to PBS in 1968, and aired there until its August 31, 2001 finale. Fred Rogers, a former Presbyterian minister with a knack for explaining tough issues to children, worked in public television as a puppeteer and performer for over a decade before his Neighborhood came to fruition.