Celebrate New Year's Eve with Huell! | KCET
Celebrate New Year's Eve with Huell!
Ring in the New Year with some of your favorite Huell Howser episodes. From Hollywood to Joshua Tree, Huell treks across SoCal to uncover the iconic and ordinary landmarks that define the Southland. Begin your Huell adventure on Sunday, December 31 at 7:00 p.m.
See the entire New Year's Eve lineup below:
7:00 p.m. California’s Gold “The Hollywood Sign”
Huell learns the full history of the Hollywood Sign from the people who work to preserve this icon.
8:00 p.m. California’s Gold “Mt. Wilson”
In this one-hour special, Huell spends the day at this magnificent location that's not only historic, but plays an important role in California's scientific research.
9:00 p.m. Visiting With Huell Howser “Joshua Tree Special”
Huell sees the world's tallest, oldest and most peculiar-looking Joshua Trees in an episode devoted to this remarkable desert plant.
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10:00 p.m. California’s Gold “The Hearst Ranch”
We all know about Hearst Castle, but few people realize the Castle is surrounded by a 80,000-acre working ranch owned and operated by the Hearst Foundation. Huell gets a first-hand look at the Hearst Ranch from Steve Hearst.
11:00 p.m. Visiting With Huell Howser “The Santa Barbara Stagecoach”
In this one-hour special, Huell retraces the route of the old Stagecoach line in and around Santa Barbara. Join him for the ride through history.
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