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

Nik and Dusty Green Two for the Road[Updated 5/01/2017]

Hey gang! So here’s the latest list of when and where Two for the Road will be airing in public television markets around the country. But it’s definitely not complete, and it’s definitely not set in stone! We are always in the process of adding additional stations/markets, and dates and times are always subject to change based on what’s happening at each station. So while this is a solid list, you should always check back here (and check your local listings) for the very latest markets, channels, dates and times. Don’t see your market listed? PLEASE do us a huge favor! Contact your local public television (PBS) station and tell them you want to see Two for the Road where you live! You’d be surprised at what a quick phone call can accomplish!

Also guys! Please note that our first season runs eight weeks from start to finish, so the season will be running out in many markets as time rolls by. But many of the stations will decide to re-run the series again at a later date! So one more reason to contact your local PBS station to tell them you’d like to see the show (again)!

Cheers guys! See y’all on TV!

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Alaska:

Arizona:

  • Arizona PBS (AZPBS):
    • Thursdays at 1:30am, 7:30am and 2:30pm
    • Mondays at 1:00am, 7:00am, 2:00pm and 9:00pm (on Life 8.2)
    • Beginning March 16th
  • Tucson (AZPM): Tuesdays at 5:00pm Beginning January 3rd (on Ready/World)

California:

  • Los Angeles (KCET): Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at 10:30am Beginning March 13th (on KCETLink)
  • Sacramento (KVIE): Saturdays at 4:30pm Beginning January 14th
  • San Bernardino (KVCR): Sundays at 5:00pm Beginning March 26th
  • San Francisco (KQED): Fridays at 8:30pm Beginning March 24th (on KQED Life)

Colorado:

Florida:

  • Daytona Beach (WDSC): Tuesdays at 3:00pm Beginning February 14th
  • Jacksonville (WJCT): Fridays at 10:00pm Beginning January 6th

Illinois:

  • Chicago (WYCC): Wednesdays at 7:30pm Beginning May 24th
  • Charleston (WEIU): Mondays at 6:30pm Beginning February 6th
  • Peoria/Bloomington/Galesburg (WTVP): Tuesdays at 10:00pm and Fridays at 1:00pm

Indiana:

  • Evansville (WNIN): Tuesdays at 10:30pm Beginning February 21st
  • Indianapolis (WFYI): Wednesdays at 8:00pm Beginning January 25th (on WFYI3)
  • Indiana Public Broadcasting (WIPB): Saturdays at 9:30pm Beginning January 14th
  • Michiana PBS (WNIT): Mondays at 3:00pm Beginning January 23rd (on 34.2)

Kansas:

  • Topeka (KTWU): Saturdays at 4:00pm (on 11.3)

Kentucky:

  • Kentucky Educational Television (KET):

    Mondays at 5:00am Beginning January 2nd (on KET)
    Mondays at 9:30am Beginning January 2nd (on KET2)
    Fridays at 3:00pm Beginning January 6th (on KET2)

  • Bowling Green (WKU): Mondays at 9:30pm Beginning January 16th

Maryland:

  • Maryland Public Television (MPT): Thursdays at 10:30pm (on MPT2/Create)

Michigan:

  • Michiana PBS (WNIT): Mondays at 3:00pm Beginning January 23rd (on 34.2)

Minnesota:

Missouri:

  • St. Louis (Nine Network): Saturdays at 2:30am Beginning January 7th

Montana:

  • Statewide on Montana PBS: Sundays at 5:00am Beginning May 14th

New Mexico:

  • Eastern New Mexico (KENW): Wednesdays at 7:30pm and 10:30pm, Thursdays at 6:30am, 1:30pm Beginning March 22nd

New York:

  • Syracuse (WCNY): Fridays at 9:30am and 5:30pm Beginning February 24th (on WCNY HowTo)

North Carolina:

  • Statewide on UNC-TV: Thursdays at 8:30pm Beginning February 16th (on UNC-Explorer)

Ohio:

  • Dayton/Oxford (ThinkTV): Saturdays at 11:30pm (on 16HD), Sundays at 11:30pm and Tuesdays at 4:30pm (on 16 AGAIN)

Oklahoma:

  • Statewide on OETA: Saturdays Beginning May 6th on OETA OKLA (Times vary! Click HERE to view schedule.)

Oregon:

South Carolina: 

  • Greenville/Spartanburg (via UNC-TV): Thursdays at 8:30pm Beginning February 16th
  • Myrtle Beach (via UNC-TV): Thursdays at 8:30pm beginning February 16th

South Dakota:

Tennessee:

  • Nashville (NPT): Mondays at 8:30pm Beginning January 23rd (on NPT2)

Texas:

  • Amarillo (Panhandle PBS): Thursdays at 8:00pm
  • Austin (KLRU): Sundays at 1:00pm Beginning January 15th
  • College Station (KAMU): Saturdays at 5:30pm Beginning February 4th
  • Corpus Christi (KEDT): Sundays at 4:00pm Beginning January 8th
  • Dallas (KERA):  Saturdays at 11:00am Beginning January 7th
  • El Paso (KCOS): Thursdays at 8:00pm Beginning January 5th
  • Houston (TV8): Mondays at 11:00pm Beginning January 2nd
  • Killeen & Waco (KNCT): Thursdays at 7:00pm Beginning March 23rd
  • Lubbock (KTTZ):  Thursdays at 8:00pm Beginning January 5th
  • Midland/Odessa (Basin PBS): Thursdays at 7:00pm Beginning January 5th

Utah:

  • Statewide on UEN-TV: Sundays at 6:00pm and Thursdays at 2:00am Beginning Feb. 2

Virginia:

  • Norfolk (via UNC-TV): Thursdays at 8:30pm Beginning February 16th

West Virginia: 

  • West Virginia Public Broadcasting (WVPB): Sundays at 2:00pm Beginning January 8th

Wisconsin:

  • Milwaukee (MPTV): Fridays at 10:00pm Beginning January 27th

 

More to come! Check back soon!

 

8 Comments

  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! 🙂 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!

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