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How to resume videos you have previously viewed.

The resume feature on the PBS site and apps easily allows you to return to a video and continue watching from where you last left off.

To resume watching a video on PBS.org

To see your viewing history or resume watching a previous video, visit My List and click Viewing History. You must be signed in at PBS.org to use this feature.

A list of videos will appear, each with a green bar beneath the video title and the amount of time spent watching that video previously. Select the video title or image to visit the video's page on the site and begin watching the video. When the video starts, it will take place at the time you last left off.

In order for a video to be in the Viewing History section of My List where you can continue watching where you left off, the video must be a full episode and not a clip or preview.

To resume watching a video on the PBS Video app

You can also resume videos on the PBS Video app on supported devices. Select your device from the below links to view instructions on how to resume videos on your device.