Yes. Free is not going away. Many of our shows are available for free on various digital platforms including PBS.org, our mobile applications, and the PBS channels on Roku, AppleTV and other streaming services. And of course, PBS shows will continue to be broadcast to the public, for free, over the air. PBS Passport is a member benefit that allows you extended access to some shows when their streaming rights have expired or they have otherwise become unavailable for general streaming.


Related topics:

Does Passport cost anything?

Is PBS Passport available outside the U.S.?

How do I know if my Passport member benefit is activated?

How can I tell which are Passport videos?

Can I search for Passport videos only?

Which devices can I use to view Passport content?

Is PBS Passport to be used on my computer or TV?

What shows are available with PBS Passport?

I am a member of my local station, making an annual contribution for many years. Do I need to make an additional contribution in order to receive the PBS Passport member benefit?

Does Passport work with Chromecast?

Can I stream Passport content on my Apple TV?

What happened to XBox?

How do I cancel my Passport member benefit?