Watch WETA Metro Live!

WETA Metro is currently available over-the-air on channel 26.5, via cable networks Verizon FIOS (channel 470) and RCN (channel 599) and streaming on YouTube TV, PBS.org, the free PBS Video App and here on WETA.org. Featuring PBS favorites with local flair, WETA Metro provides an additional public television resource for viewers in the Washington, D.C., metro area. Highlights include timely and relevant news, new locally-focused shows, themed programming nights including local and lifestyle programs on Mondays, American history on Thursdays and documentaries on Saturdays, and PBS programs also found on WETA PBS every weekday evening.

Please note: livestream only available to viewers in the Washington, D.C., metro area.

To see what's on now check the WETA Metro schedule below:

WETA Metro

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    My Grandparents' War: TVSS: Iconic

    My Grandparents’ War

    Mark Rylance

    Sunday
    Apr 11

    1 Hour

    Actor and peace campaigner Mark Rylance explores the World War II story of his grandfather Osmond Skinner, who spent almost four years as a Japanese prisoner of war.
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    Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece: TVSS: Iconic

    Atlantic Crossing

    The Throne

    Sunday
    Apr 11

    1 Hour

    Olav and the king plan their escape; Martha and her children take refuge in Sweden, but a Nazi threat still looms.
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    World on Fire on Masterpiece: TVSS: Iconic

    World on Fire

    Sunday
    Apr 11

    1 Hour

    A month after the war begins, Warsaw, Poland, is destroyed; Harry longs for news; Kasia joins the Polish resistance.
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    Baseball

    Our Game

    Sunday
    Apr 11

    2 Hours

    Filmmaker Ken Burns chronicles the rise of baseball from hobby to national sport, including a profile of baseball magnate Albert Goodwill Spalding.