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Binge the latest seasons and catch-up on your favorites. Anytime you want. Anywhere you are. On your smartphone, computer or tablet. Your ticket to the best of PBS for a donation of $120 or $10 a month.

In addition, the library is full of public television’s acclaimed arts, science, history, and lifestyle programs, including How We Got to Now, Earth a New Wild, Austin City Limits and a rotating selection of unforgettable films from Ken Burns.

Vote For Your Favorite!

We received some great recipes for our Carolina Classic Cook-off contest. Now, we need YOU to choose the next Charlotte Cooks star from the top 3! Click below to cast your vote!

Today we taped our WTVI PBS Charlotte show "Out of the Dark: Teens talk mental health." The show was hosted by teenager Naomi Bazemore from Phillip O. Berry who had NEVER hosted before, but did a great job!

Special thanks to all of our guests for being courageous enough to share their stories on this topic. The show airs Tuesday, June 28th at 9:30pm. Mark your calendar for this important conversation.

Our Own Antiques Roadshow Returns!

Wonder what the treasure in your attic is worth? Find out Monday, June 6 at 7:00 p.m. when PBS Charlotte features the return of Carolina Collectibles, our local version of Antiques Roadshow.

Last fall, people from around our community brought their treasures to be verbally valuated by experts from Leland Little Auctions, and you’ll be amazed at what we found.

YOU can be a part of our next Carolina Collectibles event on Saturday, October 15! Sign up today and receive our on-demand streaming service, PBS Charlotte Passport, as a member benefit. You’ll gain access to a library of over 1,700 episodes of the PBS shows you love, available to stream anytime, anywhere.

How PBS Charlotte’s Creative Coder Helps Empower Pre-Schoolers

PBS Charlotte recently partnered with Hidden Valley Elementary School to offer Creative Coders, a digital media & technology coding program focused on the PBS KIDS Scratch Jr. coding app. Serving low-income families, the workshops are part of PBS Charlotte's commitment to help bridge the various gaps in education in the region. The preschoolers that participated strengthened their cognitive skills and in 12 weeks, 96% of students showed improvement in foundational math skills.

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Series Preview

Follow the British government committee COBRA as it overcomes a major national crisis. Season 2 premieres July 10th at 10 PM.

America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston

Season Preview

Take a look at this sneak peak of AMERICA OUTDOORS with BARATUNDE THURSTON. Thursday, July 7th at 10 PM.

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