Friday - February 5; 7:30pm: Summer Ice - Huell samples some unique and tasty frozen specialties imported from Mexico and Singapore.
Related: It may not be summer, but no reason to put off learning about the best ice drinks Los Angeles has to offer:
Sunday - February 7; 7:00pm: Sinatra's House - Rarely open to the public this 1hr. tour of Frank’s Palm Springs private house, is a show you won’t forget.
Related: Huell takes a trip to the Palm Springs estate of Ol' Blue Eyes. And to start the Sinatra adventure off right, here's a classic from the great American crooner:
Monday - February 8; 7:30pm: Moorten Botanical Garden - An amazing cactus garden that’s been a Palm Springs attraction for three generations.
Related: Foliage in the desert? The Moorten Botanical Garden invites you to think twice about desert ecology:
Tuesday - February 9; 7:30pm: Blue Skies Trailer Park - Walk back in time as we visit this intact 1950s trailer park started by Bing Crosby and Jack Benny.
Related: A brief history of the Airstream trailer:
Wednesday - February 10; 7:30pm: O'Donnell House - One of the originals, offering not only Spanish architecture, but amazing views.
Related:: Check out this historical photo gallery of the O'Donnell House.
Thursday - February 11; 7:30pm: Electric House - Huell visits the automated McCullough House in Palm Springs.
Related: Not many places beat Palm Springs when it comes to innovative mid-twentieth century architecture:
Thursday - February 11; 8:30pm: Julius Shulman Special -.
Related: Julius Shulman discusses his work with KCET's Webstories:
Friday - February 12; 7:30pm: Tahquitz Canyon Update - An update from last year's show.
Related: Sadly, we do not yet have the technology to take a virtual dip in a virtual waterfall. A brief clip of the Tahquitz Falls:
Saturday - February 13; 7:00pm: In-N-Out Burger - Huell takes us on an hour-long California's Gold Special which looks at the history of In-N-Out Burger. This is the first time television cameras have ever been allowed to shoot inside a store. And this special also includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the In-N-Out Heaquarters in Baldwin Park where it all started back in 1948.
Related: This show is so huge it has a whole page dedicated to it! :