June 22nd, 2014
09:59 AM ET

LeVar Burton explains how he's reviving "Reading Rainbow"

In a "Reliable Sources" extended interview, LeVar Burton talks to Brian Stelter about his Kickstarter campaign to revive the classic children's show "Reading Rainbow." The campaign ends on July 2.

Filed under: Kickstarter • Reading Rainbow
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