How to watch PBS outside the US

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What is PBS, and how can I watch it?

The Public Broadcasting Service is a non-profit, publicly funded US TV station. As well as a TV channel, PBS is a distributor of programs, available specifically to viewers in the US.

It’s one of the most popular and trusted channels in the United States; this is down to the variety and quality of the content it provides.

The channel describes itself as ‘America’s largest classroom, stage, and trusted window to the world’. Its mission is to provide trusted programming, uniquely different to commercial broadcasting to an audience of citizens and not merely consumers.

So, what does that mean? Well, it means its content is typically educational in some way. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t provide great entertainment.

PBS presents a vast selection of documentaries, educational drama, historical series, children’s viewing, art, culture, international and thought-provoking viewing. What kind of television does that look like? Tune-in to Great Performances if you’re a fine arts lover. Or how about Downton Abbey, American Family or Journey of Dreams for drama? Science lovers can watch Nova, Nature, and then there’s History Detectives, American Masters or Antiques Roadshow for those who’d like to take a step back through time.

PBS is also renowned for rebroadcasting British television dramas, comedies and science fiction. Many of these come from the BBC and Channel 4.

PBS is a free to watch channel; without any advertising breaking up its programs. All you need now is to make their servers believe you’re in the US, and all of their prime content is yours for the taking.

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