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Watch These Australian Shows Exclusively on KCTS 9 Passport

Feel like you’ve watched everything? We’ve searched the globe to find you new shows. Enjoy a collection of Australian programs exclusive to KCTS 9 Passport. Drama, travel, science, comedy and news — there’s something for everyone to enjoy! 

So, sit back, relax and travel to Australia from the comfort of your own couch. Here are the new-to-us Australian programs currently streaming on KCTS9.org. 

Redfern Now

Redfern Now

In this drama, six unconnected families are all changed by a seemingly insignificant incident — which spirals into a life-changing event. 

If you enjoyed The Child in Time, Unforgotten, Press or other smart, contemporary PBS dramas, you would enjoy Redfern Now

Watch Redfern Now with KCTS 9 Passport. 

Foreign Correspondent 

Military

Foreign correspondents from around the world come together to discuss various issues faced by different countries and try to find a solution.

Are you a news junkie who can’t get enough Frontline and PBS documentary programs? Then you may enjoy Foreign Correspondent.

Watch Foreign Correspondent on KCTS 9 Passport.  

Catalyst

Catalyst

This popular Australian science program looks at scientific breakthroughs and the implications and ethics arising from new developments.

Do you love PBS’s Wednesday night science programs like Nature and NOVA? Keep thinking all week with Catalyst. 

Watch Catalyst on KCTS 9 Passport.  

Back Roads 

Back Roads

Back Roads takes viewers to more of Australia's most interesting and resilient communities. These towns are full of colorful characters whose grit and good humor will continue to uplift and inspire. 

If you like Rick Steves’ Europe and Samantha Brown’s Places to Love, you’ll want to go on an adventure with Heather Ewart, host of Back Roads.

Watch Back Roads on KCTS 9 Passport.  

8 MMM

Radio host

In this comedy, 8MMM Aboriginal Radio is the station serving as the voice of Aboriginal people in Central Australia. But like most Indigenous organizations, it’s run by white people. 

Need a laugh? If you enjoyed comedies like Vicious, or other too-close-to-reality-for-comfort shows, you may like 8 MMM. 

Watch 8 MMM with KCTS 9 Passport.