Ten Digital Series We’re Watching (and You Should Too)
Sometimes you’re just not sure what to watch. You need something different, something new, something interesting. Maybe you want to learn about animals, or food, or even language itself! Well, here are ten digital series that we’re watching…and we really think you should, too!
Get a new perspective on our place in the universe and meet extraordinary new friends. Bugs, birds, barnacles…oh my!
The Slice is a digital project from PBS North that captures the unique character, events, and experiences found in northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. There’s a clip from the Lake Superior Ice Festival where they crown a king & queen…but they’re dogs! They put crowns on dogs! Are you kidding me?? How cute!!!
There’s nothing quite like a good music video. A guy dancing on pool tables, four dudes on treadmills, Chrisopher Walken flying around a hotel lobby…but what if a music video could also teach a lesson or two? That’s what $martPath is here to do! Hey, I’m a poet! And I didn’t even know I was rhyming those words.
“Star Gazers” is the world’s only weekly television series on naked eye astronomy. Each weekly episode features selected objects for naked eye viewing for the following week.
Vanessa Hill talks about psychology, neuroscience, and why we act the way we do. Neuroscience has never been so animated.
The Baking Journal
I love food. You love food. And there’s always something new that we can learn about how to make it! From turkey pot pie to making your own butter & brown sugar, The Baking Journal is in no short supply of fun kitchen adventures!
Join hosts Michelle Barboza-Ramirez, Kallie Moore, and Blake de Pastino as they take you on a journey from the dawn of life in the Archaean Eon through the Mesozoic Era — the so-called “Age of Dinosaurs” — right up to the end of the most recent Ice Age.
This exclusive interactive digital experience will cover a variety of hobbies that not only range from crafts to exercise but also range from season to season!
I’m here for the sass. Plain and simple. This show is so snarky it’s basically perfect. I mean, yeah, you learn a lot about language and words, but…it makes me laugh, which is enough to get me to automatically like something.
Engineering Your Future Collections
Meet a middle school kid on a mission to interview as many engineers as possible to find out – what’s so special about engineering.