Availability of certain videos on the PBS.org player and our mobile apps has recently changed. PBS.org and our mobile apps continue to offer access to hundreds of hours of recently broadcast programming, as well as past episodes of popular series, and news, public affairs and independent film series such as FRONTLINE, PBS NEWSHOUR, INDEPENDENT LENS and POV. 

Many full episodes of shows such as Downton Abbey and Mercy Street are available for free streaming for two weeks after original television broadcast. So for instance, when Downton Abbey airs on television on Sunday night, it is available for free streaming on PBS.org on Monday and for two weeks after. After the two-week period is up, the free streaming rights for the episode have expired.

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