02:20 — Historians talk about our changing understanding of the horrors of the slave trade's "middle passage" from Africa to America.
02:48 — The slave auction was the epitome of the system's dehumanization.
02:22 — Historians and experts discuss the importance of the family unit in the lives of enslaved people.
02:46 — Under threat of punishment, enslaved families found small ways to rebel against an oppressive system.
02:51 — Watch the full recap of Roots at the White House.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers explains how his character Tom Lea uses his own son to climb the social ladder of the slave-owning aristocracy of the South.
Anna Paquin describes her character Nancy Holt and reflects on the role of women in the series.
01:00 — Watch an exclusive trailer for the epic 4-part miniseries.
01:00 — Go behind-the-scenes and find out more about the highly anticipated miniseries.
02:08 — A pre-nuptial celebration turns into a no-holds-barred evening of debauchery.
01:55 — Campy blaxploitation flick about an African vampire prince who targets modern-day Los Angeles. Better than it sounds!
01:56 — A woman contemplates trying to tell her husband she is pregnant yet again, her attempts puncuated by her own fears and fantasies.
01:57 — In debt to gamblers, an arrogant Ivy Leaguer joins the Peace Corps and ends up in Thailand. Hanks and Candy have some funny moments.
00:28 — Prison inmates scheme to retire their warden when he cracks down on them.
00:32 — Know his name. Roots premieres Memorial Day on HISTORY.
02:35 — An incognito nun works with a doctor to help clean up an inner city ghetto.
02:33 — Campy blaxploitation flick about an African vampire prince who targets modern-day Los Angeles. Better than it sounds!
02:38 — The early life of Woody Guthrie as a vagabond folk singer.