No Passport Required – NEW EPISODES!
Mondays at 9pm
Join Chef Marcus Samuelsson on an inspiring journey across the U.S. to explore and celebrate the wide-ranging diversity of immigrant traditions and cuisine woven into American food and culture.
February 3 – Philadelphia
Host Marcus Samuelsson heads to Philadelphia, where he meets new friends and old, and learns more about the city’s Italian food scene. Italian-Americans have been driving food culture in the U.S. for over a century, and Philadelphia is one of the original hubs for both classic and modern Italian cuisine.
February 10 – Las Vegas
Host Marcus Samuelsson visits Las Vegas to learn more about the city’s long-standing Chinese community and their food traditions. He makes hand-pulled noodles and Peking duck, eats regional favorites from xiao long bar and beef noodle soup to cumin lamb and fish braised in clay pots.
February 17 – Boston
Host Marcus Samuelsson goes to the greater Boston area to learn more about Portuguese, Brazilian, and Cape Verdean food traditions. Marcus eats Portuguese chowder with halibut on a fishing boat, visits a Portuguese marketplace where he tries plenty of bacalhau, and later, in a home kitchen, he makes a bacalhau gratin with cheese and potatoes.
NOVA - New Episodes!
Wednesdays at 9pm, except where noted
PBS' premier science series helps viewers of all ages explore the science behind the headlines. Along the way, NOVA programs demystify science and technology, and highlight the people involved in scientific pursuits.
February 5 at 8pm - Polar Extremes
Following a trail of fossils found in all the wrong places—beech trees in Antarctica, redwoods and hippo-like mammals in the Arctic—NOVA uncovers the bizarre history of the poles, from miles-thick ice sheets to warm polar forests teeming with life.
February 12 – Dog Tales
Dogs have been our companions for thousands of years. But why? Do they really love us, or are they just in it for the food? Scientists test wolf intelligence, decode canine DNA, and peer into dogs' brains to find out what domestication really means.
February 19 – Cat Tales
Worshipped as a goddess, condemned as satanic, and spun into a stunning array of breeds, cats have long fascinated humans. But did we ever really domesticate them? And what can science tell us about our most mysterious companions?
February 26 – Mysteries of Sleep
From fruit flies to whales, virtually every animal sleeps. But why? Why do we need to spend nearly a third of our lives in such a vulnerable, defenseless state? Scientists are peering more deeply into the sleeping brain than ever before, discovering just how powerful sleep can be, playing a role in everything from memory retention and emotional regulation to removing waste from our brains. So why are we getting so little of it?
Sanditon on Masterpiece
Sundays at 9pm
Experience Jane Austen's last, fragmented work, where entrepreneurs, love interests, legacy hunters, hypochondriacs and medical mountebanks come together at a struggling resort aimed to be the next fashionable playground in early 1800s England.
February 2 – Episode Five
Desperate for unpaid wages, Young Stringer threatens a worker boycott of the annual cricket match with Sanditon’s gentlemen. Even Charlotte joins the game as simmering tensions boil over.
February 9 – Episode Six
At loggerheads over the disappearance of Miss Lambe, Charlotte and Sidney comb the London underworld to find her. Meanwhile, Tom tries to save Sanditon and his marriage, and Edward and Clara hatch a cunning plot to seize Lady Denham’s legacy.
February 16 – Episode Seven
With the approach of Sanditon’s regatta, the success of the resort hangs in the balance—as do assorted romances. How will Charlotte, Sidney, and other lovers fair in the marriage game?
February 23 – Episode Eight
On the night of the Midsummer Ball, romance, jealousy, and betrayal fill the air. Events conspire to leave Charlotte and the Parker family facing difficult choices.
A Very British Romance with Lucy Worsley
Sundays at 8pm
Celebrate love with Lucy Worsley as she delves into the seductive history of British romance, uncovering the forces that shaped ideals of romantic love during the Georgian and Victoria eras, including the novels of Jane Austen.
February 9 – Part one
Celebrate love with Lucy Worsley as she delves into the seductive history of British romance, uncovering the social, political and cultural forces that shaped ideals of romantic love during the Georgian era, including the novels of Jane Austen.
February 16 – Part two
Travel back to the Victorian era with Lucy Worsley as she delves into the steamy history of British romance, uncovering the social, political and cultural forces that shaped ideals of romantic love during Victoria’s reign.
Sundays at 10pm
A student of Sigmund Freud and an Austrian detective team up to solve some of the most mysterious and deadly cases in early 1900s Vienna.
February 2 – Episode Three
Oskar asks Max to help investigate a grotesque series of murders in Vienna’s slums, where the victims are seemingly chosen at random.The killer’s gruesome calling cards are vicious mutilation with a military blade and a penchant for arcane symbols.
February 9 – Episode Four
Their latest investigation draws Max and Oskar into the sphere of nationalistic groups who despise Vienna’s immigrants.Max’s fiancée is provoked into taking daring risks before the murderer’s shocking rationale is finally revealed.
February 16 – Episode Five
When his nephew, a student at a military school, suffers a breakdown after a fellow cadet’s death, Max calls on Oskar for help.The school prepares a new generation of military officers, but its barbaric traditions are hidden from the outside world.
February 23 – Episode Six
Suspicion at the military school falls on an elite group of cadets with a penchant for sadism and dangerous games.Solving the case will have a devastating impact on both Oskar and Max’s professional lives.