A new documentary about actor Levar Burton’s landmark educational PBS series Reading Rainbow is officially coming. Created primarily to increase interest in reading for more youthful children, the series has become a famous part of the childhoods of so many. As Reading Rainbow’s former host, Burton remains an instantly recognizable figure whose sincerity has since a long time ago impelled him into a status that can best be depicted as dearest.
However Reading Rainbow went off the air in 2006, fans haven’t forgotten its impact on their lives. Burton has gone on to a variety of various TV and film jobs, however it’s his work on the series that continues to please audiences even today. Fortunately for fans who want to remember the days of Reading Rainbow or learn more about what exactly went into the multi-Emmy winning series, Collider has revealed that another documentary is officially coming. Butterfly in the Sky is right now being shot, bringing Burton and a lot of others together to “honor the show’s legacy and teach more youthful generations about this achievement in TV history in our present era of distance learning.”
Most as of late, Burton’s name has consistently been mentioned as a replacement for the late Alex Trebek on another classic TV program, Jeopardy!. As far as some might be concerned, the idea of Burton as host of the long-running game show is the ideal match. Burton has even had public help from his kindred big names over the conceivable career change. In any case, to date it doesn’t look as however he is the leader in the increasingly troublesome work to find another Jeopardy have. This being said, regardless of whether Burton doesn’t proceed to become the game show’s new host, information on him taking part in Butterfly in the Sky is a great addition to the legacy of the adored series.
It’s normal all too easy to even think about overlooking the accomplishment of a popular children’s show, however the fact that Reading Rainbow actually resonates with individuals today is proof of its substantial impact. At this point, a documentary on the program’s popularity and legacy feels very much past due. Ideally Butterfly in the Sky will cover all the central issues about the series, doing it justice simultaneously. As for Burton, it remains to be seen where his career will take him next, however for the present, Reading Rainbow fans will actually want to remember at least some of Burton’s memorable time as host on probably the greatest child programs of all time.