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06/19/2018

New Episodes on SCETV Passport

By Natalyn Klump

Unforgotten Passport

Even more of your favorite shows and episodes have been added to SCETV Passport, an ETV Endowment member benefit providing you with extended access to a rich library of public television programming.

Masterpiece | Little Women
Loved by generations, Little Women is a truly universal coming of age story. Set against the backdrop of the Civil War, the story follows sisters Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March on their journey from childhood to adulthood. With the help of their mother, Marmee, the girls navigate what it means to be a young woman from sibling rivalry and first love, to loss and marriage. All 3 episodes are available on SCETV Passport.

Masterpiece | Unforgotten S2. Ep. 1
A waterlogged suitcase holds the remains of David Walker, 25 years after he disappeared. Walker’s wife, Tessa, turns out to be a police officer. Cassie and Sunny interview two other suspects, Sara and Colin.

Masterpiece | Unforgotten S2. Ep. 2
The victim’s life comes into focus; it was a mess. Meanwhile, Sara’s scandalous past gets revealed, and Colin gets blackmailed. Marion, a pediatric cancer nurse, joins the list of suspects.

Masterpiece | Unforgotten S2. Ep. 3
Tessa, Sara, Colin and Marion each have a motive—but also an alibi. On the verge of getting romantic with Sunny, Cassie has a revelation. Has she cracked the case?

GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II
GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II tells the story of the 550,000 Jewish American men and women who fought in World War II. In their own words, veterans both famous (director Mel Brooks, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger) and unknown share their war experiences: how they fought for their nation and people, struggled with anti-Semitism within their ranks, and emerged transformed.

Live From Lincoln Center | Stephanie J. Block in Concert
From Wicked to The Pirate Queen to Live From Lincoln Center's broadcast of Falsettos, this unique performer locates both the humor and wisdom in her rocky road to Broadway, pulling it all together in this tour-de-force concert performance.

Civilizations | Episode 2 How Do We Look
​Explore the many functions of the human image in art. Portraits, paintings and sculptures, both life-size and colossal, perform a role—assuaging loss, expressing strength, inspiring fear—and were instrumental in depicting the human body today.

Civilizations | Episode 3 God and Art
Trace the relationship between religion and art, which has inspired some of the most ingenious, affecting, majestic and breathtaking works of art ever made. Yet beneath great works of religious art often lie conflict, intrigue and divine mysteries.

First Civilizations | Episode 1: War
Examine the process of “destructive creation” — the idea that fear, rivalry and conflict strengthen community bonds while stimulating an arms race of technological progress. The result is civilization. Ancient Mesoamerica exemplifies this development.

First Civilizations | Episode 2: Religion
Discover the secret to the stability and cohesion of Ancient Egypt — religion. When people share a core set of beliefs, they are more likely to identify as one. That was true for the first civilizations and it’s just as true today.

Nature | Natural Born Rebels Episode 1
Meet the animals who will steal, cheat and fight to get food, including kleptomaniac crabs, thieving macaques, con artist spiders, tricky tigers and cannibalistic lizards.

SCETV Passport is available as an additional benefit to ETV Endowment members at the $75 or higher annual giving level, or with a Sustaining Star membership of at least $6.25 a month. If you’re already an ETV Endowment member and would like assistance in accessing your SCETV Passport, please contact passport@etvendowment.org or 1-877-253-2092.    

Not an ETV Endowment member? Become one today with a $75 or higher annual giving level, or with a Sustaining Star membership of at least $6.25 a month, to enjoy all SCETV Passport has to offer. Please contact the ETV Endowment at passport@etvendowment.org or 1-877-253-2092 for more information.