Lush and rich with drama, MASTERPIECE is the anchor of Sunday evenings on PBS with its ever-popular line-up of quality, dramatic series. As the 2015/16 season brings an end to the sensational Downton Abbey, MASTERPIECE is sure to captivate millions of loyal and engaged viewers nationwide.
As television's longest-running, most-watched history series, PBS's American Experience chronicles the unforgettable events and people who have made us who we are today.
PBS's most popular ongoing primetime series visits cities across America, inviting people to bring their prized possessions for expert appraisal.
This entertaining animated series follows the adventures of everybody’s favorite aardvark Arthur, his kid sister D.W. and their friends as they navigate the ups and downs of elementary school.
The Cat in The Hat Knows A Lot About That! is based on the best-selling book collection from Random House and follows the beloved Dr. Seuss character and his friends as they embark on fun, scientific explorations.
Curious George introduces preschoolers to math, science, and engineering — whether he's building a tree house or scuba diving near a coral reef. This animated PBS smash hit is the top-rated kids' show on television for kids aged
From The Jim Henson Company, Dinosaur Train combines the fascination that preschoolers have with both dinosaurs and trains.
FRONTLINE's hard-hitting documentaries offer viewers in-depth, intelligent, and objective investigations on contemporary issues that are crucial to us all.
I'll Have What Phil's Having is an unforgettable 6-part food and travel series that dishes up sublime fare bursting onto the international culinary scene, hidden delicacies, and a healthy dose of laughs
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Lidia Bastianich demonstrates the best in Italian cooking in her latest series.
The family dog, Martha, eats some alphabet soup and begins talking non-stop! This engaging series is aimed at four to seven year-olds, and is designed to boost children's vocabulary and diction.
Home of the wildly popular hit series "Downton Abbey," Masterpiece enthralls audiences with high quality dramas, regularly winning the title of PBS fans' most beloved series.
Mercy Street, a new Civil War-based drama, is coming to PBS Sunday nights at 10, immediately following the blockbuster final episodes of Downton Abbey!
NOVA is an adventure in discovery and exploration. NOVA's coverage of science and technology has won every major television award and attracts an influential, desirable audience that's hard to reach elsewhere.
"Think Wednesday" on PBS is a 3-hour primetime block of the best in science and innovation programming, anchored by iconic series Nature and NOVA.
This all new multi-platform science exploration adventure encourages kids and their parents to get outdoors for fun, nature-based missions using games, animations, videos, an app and more.
Coming in spring 2016, PBS premieres Point Taken, an innovative, cross-platform series championing civil debate in the digital age. The new weekly series will feature a panel discussion on pivotal issues and extensive viewer engagement through social media.
American television's longest running showcase for independent documentary films, POV presents bold, innovative and thought-provoking films reaching millions nationwide.
Public radio delivers award-winning content that challenges and rewards the intellectually curious listener. Corporate sponsorship of both PBS and public radio is a powerful combination, delivering multi-platform reach of the valuable public media audience.
RARE follows Joel Sartore, a National Geographic photographer with a quirky sense of humor, as he puts his camera’s spotlight on critically endangered species in the hopes of creating a visual, emotional connection between these animals and the people who can help protect them.
Ready Jet Go! is coming to PBS KIDS in February 2016! A young space alien named Jet Propulsion teaches kids about the wonders of space, earth science and technology.
Emmy award-winning chef Ming Tsai serves up easy solutions and flavorful dishes in his public television hit.
Super WHY! helps kids overcome obstacles through the power of literacy. Using super hero characters to engage kids, Super WHY! taps into a magical 3D world hidden behind bookshelves.
The Story of China, hosted by renowned historian Michael Wood, takes viewers on a chronological journey through China’s past to present, exploring the culture, landscapes and people to better understand the scope and power of the world’s oldest living civilization.
Join the adventures of Chris and Martin Kratt as they leap into an animated animal adventure in Wild Kratts. Each episode of this comedy adventure explores an age-appropriate science concept related to the animal world.