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Is there a way to find full episodes of shows that fall into a specific genre without looking at each show individually?
The easiest way to find full episodes by genre is as follows: From the top navigation bar, click Shows (Figure 1.1). Click the Filter by Genre dropdown menu and click Drama (Figure 1.2). Click the icon with horizontal lines in the Layout category on the right side of your screen (Figure 1.3). When it is blue, that means it is activated. All Shows in the Drama genre appear and you can easily scan each show to see how many videos are available and access the latest episode (Figure 1.4). Figure 1 Related topics: How will I know when a video is about to expire? Is there a way to find full episodes of shows that fall into a specific genre without looking at each show individually? A narrator is describing everything that happens on the shows I am watching. How do I make it stop? Can I adjust the quality of video streaming? I am getting a message that a video is unavailable in my area. Why? I want to watch a PBS program that was broadcast but is not yet available online. What are my options? Where can I find the transcript for a particular story or program? What is the benefit of creating an account? What are the system requirements to view PBS Video content? What is the Watchlist? Do I need to be signed in to use the Watchlist? Are videos ever removed from my Watchlist without my knowledge? Is there a limit to how many videos I can save to my Watchlist? Learn how to create an account
Tue, 28 Jun, 2016 at 3:28 PM
The easiest way to search for a video on PBS.org is to use the keyword search feature located in the upper right side of the PBS.org website. If you want to see Nature's Soul of the Elephant, you can simply type "Nature Soul of the Elephant." You can use quotation marks around the title for more accurate results or, if you are not sure of the exact title, just type keywords. If you are searching for a specific episode of a show, you can type the show name and season and episode number in the keyword search. For example, Poldark Season 1 Episode 2. In the top navigation menu of PBS.org, click Video (1). Click the magnifying glass icon located in the upper right side of the screen (2). Type keywords from the name of the video in the search textbox (3). Results appear in the search results section (4).
Wed, 21 Jun, 2017 at 9:19 AM
Keep in mind that when searching, Passport shows will not show up in your search results unless you have signed up for your local station's Passport member benefit. Learn more about Passport The best way to find all episodes of a show is to use the filters on PBS.org. In the following example, we'll look for all episodes of the Masterpiece show, Downton Abbey. Begin by typing the show name in the keyword search located in the upper right side of PBS.org and press Enter on your keyboard or click the magnifying glass icon (Figure 1). Figure 1 Click Show Filters (Figure 2). Figure 2 Under Filter by Type, click Video and Episode and under Filter by Show, click Masterpiece (Figure 3). Figure 3 To remove any filters and broaden your search, click the X next to the filter you want to remove (Figure 4). Figure 4 The episodes appear down the page (Figure 5). Figure 5
Thu, 7 Jul, 2016 at 2:20 PM
To search for all Masterpiece shows: Click Shows in the top navigation menu on pbs.org (1). Click the magnifying glass icon in the upper right side of the screen (2). Type Masterpiece in the search textbox (3). All Masterpiece shows are listed.
Wed, 21 Jun, 2017 at 9:23 AM