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What's New to PBS Passport, Streaming Now (December)

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Looks like Christmas came early, because hundreds of more episodes are now available to stream! From fan-favorites from American Public Television, like "Sara's Weeknight Meals" and "Yan Can Cook," as well as three new seasons of dramas "Land Girls" and "Broadchurch," you can enjoy so much with your PBS Passport membership.

Check out this list below to see shows available to watch right now. To learn more about the PBS Passport benefit, click here.

Food

Sara's Weeknight Meals

Sara Moulton
Watch Seasons 5 to 7 of "Sara's Weeknight Meals" with your PBS Passport membership.

Sara Moulton hosts this fast-paced, informative half-hour program that's all about getting quick, delicious meals on the table every night of the week.

Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom

Chef Martin Yan in a field shoulders a wicker basket.
Watch "Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom" on PBS Passport.

Chef Martin Yan explores how food and spices helped shape the history and culture of western China. Back in the kitchen, Yan demonstrates his own take on the flavors and dishes of western China.

Wine First

Bottles of wine and foods placed on a table next to a lake.
"Wine First" is now available to watch on PBS Passport.

In some of the most beautiful European wine regions, sommelier Liora Levi and food enthusiast Yolanda Año search for three wines that reflect the character of the area. The duo then challenge one renowned local chef to cook three dishes that complement the taste and qualities of each of their chosen wines.

Jamie Oliver Together

Jamie Oliver toasts his glass with a group of people at a dinner table.
Watch "Jamie Oliver Together" on PBS Passport.

At a time when the dining table is the new restaurant and we can increasingly spend more time with friends and family, chef Jamie Oliver is taking home-cooking to the next level. This four-part series is the ultimate guide to bringing people together over delicious and achievable food.

Drama

Land Girls

Four women arm in arm.
All episodes of "Land Girls" are available to watch on PBS Passport.

Follow the lives, loves, highs, and lows of members of the Women's Land Army working at the Hoxley Estate during World War II. As men fought on the battlefields, women from all walks of life worked the farms that fed the nation, doing their part to keep the home front running.

Broadchurch

The cast of "Broadchurch."
Watch "Broadchurch" with your PBS Passport membership.

When a young boy is murdered, this small town of Broadchurch in Dorset suddenly becomes the focus of a major event in the full glare of the media spotlight. DI Alec Hardy (David Tennant) and DS Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman) lead the investigation.

Music

Mavis Staples: I'll Take You There

Mavis Staples
Watch "Mavis Staples: I'll Take You There" on PBS Passport.

Recorded in 2014 for the iconic singer's 75th birthday, this concert event brought some of the biggest names in music together to honor the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer. Throughout her impressive career, Staples' songs of justice and equality have become a soundtrack for the civil rights movement and inspired countless others.

Genesis: The Last Domino?

Key Art for Genesis: The Last Domino?
Watch "Genesis: The Last Domino?" now on PBS Passport.

Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford prepare for a return to the stage after a 14-year absence. The film focuses on the creative and emotional process involved in their reunion and features live performances, along with interviews with the band and support team.

Wheaton College Christmas Festival: Through His Own Redeeming Love

Wheaton College Christmas Festival: Through His Redeeming Love
"Wheaton College Christmas Festival: Through His Redeeming Love" is now available to watch on PBS Passport.

This traditional Christmas concert alternates between choral and instrumental pieces performed by talented musicians of the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music ensembles.

Documentary

The Bob Ross Experience

A Bob Ross-styled painting rests on a wooden easel.
"The Bob Ross Experience" is available to watch now on PBS Passport.

Witness the transformation of Bob Ross' original studio, where he filmed "The Joy of Painting" from 1983 to 1988, into an intimate museum experience designed for those he inspired.

Lennon Sisters: Same Song, Separate Voices

The Lennon Sisters performing.
Watch "Lennon Sisters: Same Song, Separate Voices" on PBS Passport.

A joyful and exuberant song-filled retrospective about television's greatest sister act, this musical documentary about the Lennon Sisters is a dazzling journey through the Great American Songbook and classic pop hits from the '50s, '60s, '70s and beyond.

Travel

Passion Italy

Host Alessandra Poli poses for the camera.
"Passion Italy" Seasons 1 and 2 are now streaming on PBS Passport.

Host Alessandra Poli lays out authentic, inexpensive Italian adventures for travelers who want to experience the spirit of the true Italian artist — those who live to create, and put quality and pride before profit and fame.

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