Where and When You Can Watch Two for the Road on TV!

Nik and Dusty Green Two for the Road[Updated 9/18/2018]

Hey gang! Looking for Two for the Road in your local area? So here’s what’s up.

We’ve had a phenomenal last couple of years with the show. Phenomenal! Thanks largely to you guys, who have called and written your local PBS stations and asked them to run Two for the Road where you live. (Thanks so much y’all!) Between getting carriage on local PBS stations nationwide and the Create TV channel, after only two seasons our little travel show is now available in more than 90% of the United States! How cool is that? And the show just keeps on growing and growing.

You can still catch episodes from both season one and season two on many local PBS stations around the country, you’ll just need to check your local listings to see if the show’s still playing where you live.(Since local stations pretty much decide for themselves what shows they actually run and when.) And again, if you don’t see the show listed in your neighborhood feel free to holler at your local station and tell them you want to see it!

As of now – here in September of 2018 – we’re working really hard on Two for the Road season three and it’s coming together beautifully! We can’t wait for y’all to see all these new shows! And right now we’re hoping to premiere season three in the spring of 2019 – hopefully around April 1st. So stay tuned, follow along, and we’ll definitely let you know for sure!

Meantime, cheers guys! Thanks as always for all your interest, support and love for our little show. It means the world to us and we appreciate you! And we’ll be seein’ y’all again on TV real soon!

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  1. Kathleen Copeland

    I’m home recovering from surgery and been flicking channels but just saw you yesterday on the Sacramento KVIE, though I’m about 3 hours north of there. Lucky me ~ I’m hooked now on your travels, I read up on your backstory and now I can’t wait ’till next Saturday @ 4:30. Congratulations on Season 2 already!

    • Hey Kathleen! Thank you SO much! We’re so glad that you’re along for the adventure! 馃檪 Cheers and all the best!

  2. Can’t wait to see you on Oregon Public Broadcasting. April 24th start date!!!

  3. carole kimbrough

    I want to watch Two for the Road but cannot find it in Houston—-When will you show it again

    • Hi Carole! Great to hear from you! I believe season one has already aired in Houston. They may run it again, we’ll keep you posted. We hope to have season two edited and ready in the next several months. In the meantime, you can watch the shows on our website under ‘Episodes and Extras’. Thanks so much for watching! We sure appreciate it!

  4. Love your show everything is so beautiful I’m watching you on KLRU Austin I hear you two are from the Lone star state. Is that true? If so where are y’all from? Keep up the great work, and be safe… I can’t wait to see your next show..

    • Hey Rob! That’s awesome! We ARE from the Lone Star State! We actually lived in Austin for a few years and out in Spicewood. We’ve been sort of homeless for a little bit, but now we’ve got a small ‘crash pad’ in North Texas outside of Clarendon (not here too much though). We were both born in Texas and have lived here most of our lives and probably always will. There’s just no place like Texas. Thanks so much for watching the show! And thanks for the kind words! We truly appreciate it!

      • That’s awesome, really is a small world. No pun intended heh. Spicewood is about 20 minutes from me, Marble Falls is where I live, been here almost 25 years but originally from Corpus. Again keep up the great work and stay safe…

  5. Tony Garrison

    Just wanted to say how much I’ve been enjoying your show. I think you’re great, fresh and natural and you really seem to be enjoying your adventures. I get the show via Create on SC ETV.

  6. where and when to watch in Lubbock please.

    • Hey! As of now, we’re not scheduled to air on KTTZ. But if you’ll call them and let them know you’d like to see Two for the Road, there’s a chance they’ll pick us up! Thanks so much!

  7. Lynn Fairbanks

    Hey Dusty and Nikki,
    Sure would love to see your show in Savannah! Hope all is well and you get down to Savannah sometime soon.

    • Hey Lynn! Great to hear from you! Looks like GPB is running the show now. The next episode airs on March 17th at 8:30 pm. Come visit the Greek Islands with us! Hope all is well with you! We sure would love to see ya and catch up sometime! Cheers!

  8. Thom King

    Just saw your first China episode. Loved your production values and upbeat attitudes. Plus the fact that you use a lot of the same gear I use on my own shorts and features here in Nashville. Gotta love the fuzzy kitty windshield on your shotgun mic. And soooooo great hearing “Southern” accents on travel shows…proving Notherners like Bourdain aren’t the only experts. If you ever come to Music City, I’d be thrilled to show you around some of the more obscure honky-tonks.

    • Oh! Thank you so much! Too cool we use a lot of the same gear. We know some of it is ‘out of date’ by most standards, but we feel like if it’s not broke – why fix it! 馃槈 We LOVE Nashville and hope to come back someday and film and episode. We’ll definitely hit you up when we do! Cheers!

  9. Dawn Wiser

    Your show is on in Washington state on Create. I’m not sure if the whole state is covered but I’m happy it airs in the middle of the state. Love the honesty you show in the trials of travel sometimes. The positive attitude you have is great and will inspire me when hitches come up in my future travels.

    • Thank you so much Dawn! Hope all is well in beautiful Washington. And thanks so much for watching. We so appreciate it! Cheers and hope you’ll continue to follow along. 馃檪

  10. Bonnie Adachi

    Awesome show! We enjoy the fresh human perspective your show brings as you travel the world. Thanks for sharing your adventures with us.
    The Adachi’s
    Elgin, Texas

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