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Catch up or discover recent episodes from MASTERPIECE, NOVA, NATURE, PBS NEWSHOUR, FRONTLINE, INDEPENDENT LENS, POV, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, NO PASSPORT REQUIRED and so much more. New videos are added daily.
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Explore a rich and varied selection of thousands of videos from new shows and the PBS archives, as well as specially curated playlists and collections available all year long.
Binge Ken Burn’s documentaries: Country Music, The Vietnam War and College Behind Bars.
Get caught up in the drama with MASTERPIECE shows like Victoria, Poldark, The Durrells in Corfu, Vienna Blood, Grantchester, Sanditon, World on Fire, Baptiste and others, like Call the Midwife, and Jamestown*.
Explore new worlds with science and nature programming from NOVA and NATURE including Spy in the Wild, Life from Above, Expedition, Human, The Gene, Earth’s Sacred Wonders, Animals on the Move, and Super Cats.
Enjoy foreign-language dramas like MODUS* and Though Shall Not Kill.
Shine a light on thought-provoking news and public affairs programs from PBS NEWSHOUR, FRONTLINE, and WASHINGTON WEEK, Amanpour and Co., and Retro Report on PBS.
Take a front-row seat with arts and music content from GREAT PERFORMANCES, LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER, AUSTIN CITY LIMITS, and Now Hear This.
Learn how history shapes our present with ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, AMERICAN MASTERS, and FINDING YOUR ROOTS with Henry Lewis Gates, Jr.
Discover new perspectives with award-winning films and documentaries from INDEPENDENT LENS, POV, and the PBS ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL.
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- Updated "Watchlist" and "Favorite Shows" to "My List - Videos" and "My List - Shows"
- Fixed several issues causing app crashes
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I love PBS and don’t want to know what life would be like without it. Yes, Passport has a fee, but so does Netflix, etc. Plus, the programs are top quality without annoying commercials every 5 minutes. For 5$ a month you can immerse yourself in classic films, amazing wildlife programs, original dramas written by brilliant playwrights and superbly acted with highly talented performers. Not to forget the many wonderful musical concerts from many venues. Splurge once and explore the wonder of quality television.
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Greedy Premium Broadcasting Service
The app doesn't seem to let me watching TV from my cable subscription. It requires membership with requires a payment. This is rather greedy. Many other app, like CNN and CNBC, let me watch TV programs using my cable subscription.
Even if we Ignore cable subscription, the "Public Broadcasting Service" is supposed to serve those who do not have money to pay for TV service. With the requirement of paid membership, the PBS does not serve those who do not have money. This is not public service. The name of PBS is now meaning "Premium Broadcasting Service."
At times I was thinking of donating money to PBS, but I held back because I realized that my donation serves only those who are rich enough to pay for PBS membership. The donation will never benefit those poor kids. I am happy to donate to help the poor. But, what's the point to donate to help the rich?
Great content, dismal streaming
It’s PBS, it’s an American classic. Unfortunately if you want to stream it this app is infuriating. The chromecast support is terrible, it fails to cast 50% of the time, never remembers where you left off and god forbid you want to rewind EVER. Once streaming you have no control over the video as it always reads as 00:00. The most insulting part is that even when you donate to PBS as a passport member you are still forced to watch an ad every time you stream. (The most insulting part being that the ad ALWAYS loads even when the episode fails. So you watch a whole ad just for it to finish and just stream the PBS logo.) Best solution I have found so far is disconnecting from chromecast go to the episode and spot you want on your phone, then reconnect, still only works about 70% of the time but still better.
- Public Broadcasting Service
- 99.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2020 Public Broadcasting Service
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