Did you miss the last episode of your favorite show? Want to binge the latest new series? Catch up on all your favorite shows via PBS Passport! Existing members can simply click the WATCH button below to start watching from the Nebraska Public Media video page. New members can sign up by clicking the QUALIFY button below and following the step-by-step guide.
PBS Passport is a Nebraska Public Media member benefit offered to those who contribute at least $5/month or $60 per year. Donate today to receive instant access to PBS Passport.
Once you have received your four-word PBS Passport Code, you're ready to activate.
Not sure if you've already activated? Don’t know your code? Use the Member Lookup to access your PBS Passport membership information!
Log in to PBS Passport after you’ve activated and start watching your favorite shows from your favorite devices.
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PBS Passport offers qualified Nebraska Public Media members access to an on-demand library of quality public television programming - including past and current shows - available to watch on your computer, tablet, or streaming device.
More than 1,600 episodes of content are available through PBS Passport and the library continues to grow. Current titles include dramas from MASTERPIECE like All Creatures Great and Small, Poldark, and Sanditon; PBS favorites such as Finding Your Roots, NOVA, Antiques Roadshow, and Ken Burns Documentaries; plus so much more!
PBS Passport is available to watch online and on these devices:
You must have an email on file with Nebraska Public Media in order to look up your account. If you don’t have the correct email on file, please contact us.
Frequently Asked Questions
PBS Passport is an added benefit of Nebraska Public Media membership. It cannot be purchased separately and is not a subscription service. Donate least $5/month or $60 per year today to receive instant access to PBS Passport.
PBS and Nebraska Public Media are committed to providing free streaming of local and national content across multiple platforms after a program airs. PBS Passport goes one step further by offering an extended access to an on-demand library.
Certain content, including news and public affairs programs such as Frontline, PBS Newshour, Independent Lens and POV will always be accessible to everyone.
Several hundred hours of content are available via PBS Passport. This library of content continues to change due to streaming rights from content producers and grow over time as more titles are created and added.
There are no plans to include PBS KIDS programming in PBS Passport at this time. To stream the PBS KIDS 24/7 channel for free on your devices, download the PBS KIDS Video app and tap the “LIVE TV” button to watch what’s airing on your local PBS Station right now in addition to on-demand episodes.