SCETV Passport is a member benefit, which provides ETV Endowment members extended on-demand access to a rich library of quality television programming online and via mobile devices. One of many benefits provided to ETV Endowment members, SCETV Passport is available at the $75 or higher annual giving level, or with a Sustaining Star membership of at least $6.25 a month.
This Month on Passport
This month includes PBS MASTERPIECE Miss Scarlet and the Duke, When Disaster Strikes, In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl and much more.
SCETV Passport is a member benefit, which provides ETV Endowment members extended on-demand access to a rich library of quality television programming online and via mobile devices. This is one of many benefits that the ETV Endowment provides its members along with the SCENE program guide and the ETV Endowment MemberCard.
As more and more people watch television content on-demand as well as on computers and digital devices, SCETV Passport gives ETV Endowment members another way to enjoy extended access to PBS and SCETV content on platforms, including computers, smartphones and tablets.
SCETV Passport includes hundreds of hours of programming including drama, science, history, natural history and the arts. Notable titles include MASTERPIECE series such as Victoria, Poldark and Grantchester, along with other favorites like A Chef's Life, American Experience, Nature, NOVA, Finding Your Roots, Great Performances and many more.
See all the programs available with SCETV Passport. Programs can be sorted by "popular," "A-Z" or by typing the title of the program directly in the "Filter by Title" box. There are also filters available to the left if you prefer to search by a specific genre, "Featured Passport Shows" or "Only SCETV Shows."
PBS and SCETV programs will continue to be available for free for a limited time on various digital platforms, including SCETV.org, PBS.org, the SCETV mobile app, the PBS mobile app and PBS channels on Roku, Apple TV and other streaming services. SCETV Passport provides extended access to a rich library of programming for ETV Endowment members to enjoy.
Certain programs, including those for children, news and public affairs, will always be accessible to everyone.
All broadcast programs remain available to all viewers on air per our broadcast schedule and will remain online and on mobile for at least two weeks. In some cases, they may even be available for a longer time period.
If you're a current ETV Endowment member giving at least $75 annually, or $6.25 monthly, and we have a valid email address on file, you may have already received an email with activation instructions (remember to check your junk folders).
Already activated and forgot your password? Click here to reset.
If you donated online by clicking a "Donate Now to Watch" button, you will see an activation link on the confirmation page. You will also receive an email after making a donation.
Note: It may take a few days for your gift to be entered into our database and your activation code assigned.
Visit PBS.org and select SCETV as your local station. Then sign in using your email address and password you set during activation. If SCETV Passport is activated properly, you will see a small blue and white compass symbol by your name in the upper left-hand portion of the screen. When you're searching through the site, any video bearing that same blue and white symbol is an SCETV Passport video.
Currently, SCETV Passport can be accessed on PBS.org, the PBS apps on smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick and Android Smart TV.
SCETV Passport works on a variety of devices and a variety of platforms, from Amazon and Apple TV to Chromecast and beyond. Explore support solutions to get the answers you need to access your favorite programs.
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