Get more Arizona PBS on the PBS Video app

Miss an episode of your favorite show, or simply can’t get enough of Arizona PBS? You can stream local and national programming on your mobile or streaming device through the PBS Video app. Even better, it’s free!

Local shows like “Art in the 48,” “Plate & Pour” and “Catalyst,” as well as local public affair programs “Arizona Horizon” and “Horizonte,” are among those available to stream. Additionally, stream programs like “Nature,” “American Experience” and select episodes of “Great Performances” and various “Masterpiece” dramas.

 

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For as little as $60 a year, you can unlock access to even more exciting programs through an Arizona PBS Passport subscription! With Passport, you can watch some shows before they even premiere on television and stream programs exclusive to Passport members like “Beecham House,” “Somewhere South,” “No Passport Required” and the “Country Music” series.

Extra: As of Aug. 4, many of Ken Burns’ documentaries are available to stream via. Arizona PBS Passport.

 

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