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Nine PBS Shifts Weekday Afternoon Schedule Beginning September 4

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Nine PBS viewers are increasingly watching programming on the PBS App, on, and most importantly, on their own schedules. To better serve our communities, we’ll be changing our own schedule to meet new viewing habits.

Beginning Monday, September 4, we'll be introducing more general audience (adult) programs in the afternoon. Between noon and 3 pm, you can catch shows like Antiques Roadshow, Evolution Earth, Puppy School, and more. 

Streaming Meets Kids Where They Are

For our younger audience, PBS KIDS will continue to air in the mornings and after school. Though the 9.1 schedule may change, families can tune into 9.2, our 24/7 Nine PBS KIDS channel, download the PBS KIDS App to watch shows at any time, or livestream PBS KIDS—all free of charge. Plus, a brand-new season of Teaching in Room 9 premieres Monday, September 4, at 9:30–10 am, with 18 new episodes airing each Monday and repeating through Friday.

The full weekday lineup in September is as follows: 

5 am | Rick Steves’ Europe 

5:30 am | Classical Stretch 

6 am | BBC News  

6:30 | Alma’s Way 

7 am | Wild Kratts 

7:30 am | Curious George 

8 am | Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 

8:30 am | Rosie’s Rules 

9 am | Sesame Street 

9:30 am | Teaching in Room 9 

10 am| Work It Out Wombats! 

10:30 am | Pinkalicious & Peterrific

11 am | Elinor Wonders Why

11:30 pm | Nature Cat

12 pm | Antiques Roadshow 

1 pm | General (adult) programs (viewer favorites like Antiques Roadshow, Secrets of the Royal, My Grandparent’s War, and more)

3 pm | Molly of Denali

3:30 pm | Wild Kratts

4 pm | Odd Squad

4:30 pm | Arthur

5 pm | Alma’s Way

5:30 pm | BBC News America

6 pm | PBS NewsHour

Programming subject to change.