Stream tens of thousands of hours of your PBS and local favorites on demand with this member-exclusive benefit. Binge-watch every episode of World on Fire, Sanditon, Poldark, Finding Your Roots and so much more!
Watch anytime, on any screen — online or through the free PBS Video App.
WETA Passport is a popular member benefit for donors who contribute $5 or more each month, or make a one-time gift of $60 or more. With WETA Passport, you can stream tens of thousands of hours of your favorite PBS and local shows. Catch up on a single episode or binge-watch entire seasons anytime, anywhere — online and through your preferred streaming devices.
Moreover, with WETA Passport, you can binge-watch entire seasons of selected popular MASTERPIECE dramas and other shows even before the episodes air on TV.
Through WETA Passport you can access tens of thousands of hours of programming representing many genres from drama and mystery to science and history to arts and “how to” shows and so much more. A sampling of the available programs includes full seasons of:
The WETA Passport library grows every week as more series and episodes are added.
You can watch WETA Passport streaming on your television through your Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, AndroidTV, Amazon Fire Stick and Amazon Fire TV devices. Stream online with your computer and on your tablet and smartphone. For mobile device streaming, look for the PBS video apps for both iOS and android systems. We are constantly adding more devices.
You can switch between devices in the middle of a show. Start streaming a program on one screen, and pick it up mid-stream on another device.
As a benefit of membership, WETA members get extended access to shows marked with the distinctive WETA Passport compass .
You can find all WETA Passport and other PBS videos here.
Note: Make sure you see the WETA logo in the top left corner of this page. If not, please chose WETA as your local station.
You may sign in here.
Once you have received your activation code, you can activate your WETA Passport account from your desktop computer or laptop using the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer. Simply follow these step-by-step instructions.
The activation email may have gone to your spam folder, please check. The activation code email can take up to two hours (possibly longer) to arrive in your inbox. If you never received it, please contact WETA Audience Services at email@example.com or 703-998-2724, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday-Friday). If you are certain that your contribution was successful, you may also call the PBS Help Desk up from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday through Friday at 703-270-0069.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-998-2724 to have an activation code sent to you. We must have a valid email address for you.
Please go to the Member lookup site.
This likely means one of two possibilities:
Yes, please call Audience Services at 703-998-2724 (hours are from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday).
Technical problems? Please file a help ticket online or call 703-270-0069: (Note, PBS provides the infrastructure and technical support for WETA Passport).
When activating WETA Passport, you were prompted to sign in using either a Google account, a Facebook account, or a PBS account. That log in information is now linked to your WETA Passport account and you must always use that exact same log in information when signing in to WETA Passport. If you do not remember which option you chose, you can try each of them without doing harm to your accounts. If you need to, you can reset those passwords.
Because your WETA Passport account and your PBS account are separate, it is possible to have another PBS account that is not connected to your login for WETA Passport. Therefore, you must ensure that you are using the account you signed in with when you activated WETA Passport.
The PBS Helpline for WETA Passport can help if you continue to have problems. You may call 703-270-0069 Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. – 11 p.m., or send an email to email@example.com.
WETA Passport and PBS Video are supported on smart TVs that use Android including Sharp Aquos, Sony Bravia, Mi Box, Nvidia Shield and Razor Forge TV. All compatible Android Smart TVs will have a Google Play Store app on their TV where you can download the PBS Video app for Android. WETA Passport and PBS Video are also available on Roku TVs and those with a pre-installed Roku app (TCL, Insiginia, Hitachi, Sharp, RCA, Hisense). WETA Passport and PBS Video are not available on other smart TVs as of this writing, but we expect more platforms to be available soon.
Streaming video from WETA — including video that this available to WETA donors — is only available within the United States.
The viewing platform was developed by PBS for local stations such as WETA. While most programs that come to us through PBS are available, WETA also airs programs that come from different sources. The content and rights to the program are owned by that entity and are commonly extended to broadcast only, not streaming.
Do not run any other programs in the background and make sure your Flash player is both up to date and not blocked by your browser.
You can call the PBS Help Desk from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Friday at 703-270-0069, or send an email to the PBS Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As more and more people are watching television content on demand on computers and steaming devices, WETA Passport gives WETA donors a way to enjoy extended access to PBS and WETA content whenever and wherever you want.
Due to streaming rights and legal issues, WETA is unable to distribute a list of WETA Passport shows.
For activation, login, and member lookup assistance: contact WETA Audience Services, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday; email@example.com
For technical assistance and other help: contact the PBS Help Desk, 10 a.m. – 11 p.m., Monday through Friday; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many WETA and PBS favorites are already in the library, others are not. The library of content is growing every week as more titles and episodes are added.
PBS Kids shows are available online through www.pbskids.org.
WETA Passport is a member benefit available to WETA donors with a yearly contribution of at least $60 or an ongoing monthly contribution of $5 or more. It cannot be purchased separately.
PBS and WETA content continue to be available for free on the WETA.org website, and other digital platforms. WETA Passport provides extended access to the rich library of content for WETA members to enjoy.
Certain content, including kids, news and public affairs programs such as Cyberchase, Bob the Builder, Thomas & Friends as well as FRONTLINE, PBS NewsHour, Independent Lens and POV, will remain accessible to everyone.
WETA Passport supports the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari.
WETA content is shared widely with the public on-air, online and on mobile devices after a program airs — that has not changed. WETA Passport goes one step further by offering extended access to additional content for members.
All broadcast content remains available to all viewers on air per our broadcast schedule and will remain online and on streaming devices for at least two weeks after the initial broadcast and, in some cases, longer. We believe the new arrangement allows for ample viewing of excellent content, albeit for a more limited time for some programs.