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Liked That? Try This! Get Inspired With Programs to Stream

Looking for inspiration on the next show to add to your must watch list? We’ve compiled a collection of recently aired programs with recommendations for other shows on the PBS App that might spark that same joy. Check out some intriguing options below with programs for the nature lover to the drama obsessed to the globetrotting dreamer. 

Watched: Inside Our Autistic Minds

You Might Like: The Life Autistic

Discover the obstacles and achievements of autistic individuals and meet people across all ages navigating The Life Autistic.

Short stories to watch featuring autistic Iowans: 

  • Emily Brown, an Iowa Life feature about a talented young autistic woman
  • Christofferson Family, an Iowa Life feature about a large, close knit family with several disabled members


Watched: Nature: Raptors: A Fistful of Daggers

You Might Like: The Eagles of Decorah

Take a captivating look into the private lives of bald eagles in Decorah, Iowa. 

Other nature programs to consider:


Watched: Rick Steve’s Europe

You Might Like: Road Trip Iowa

If you want to see what kind of travel is available to you right here in Iowa, check out our new series Road Trip Iowa, currently airing Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. and on the PBS App.

If you need your travel show to take you further:


Watched: Nolly on Masterpiece

You Might Like: Hotel Portofino

Set in the breathtakingly beautiful resort town of Portofino, this series is one of personal awakening in the aftermath of World War I and of the liberating influence of Italy's enchanting culture, climate and cuisine on elite British travelers.

Other dramas featuring strong female characters:


Watched: Julius Caesar: The Making of a Dictator 

You Might Like: Dante: Inferno to Paradise

Explore the riveting life and times of Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) and his soaring masterpiece "The Divine Comedy" – one of the greatest achievements in the history of Western literature.

For more historic figures across the ages, from Leonardo da Vinci to Ben Franklin, along with other fascinating buried history, consider watching past seasons of Secrets of the Dead


Watched: A Brief History of the Future

You Might Like: Future of Work

Future of Work explores monumental changes in the workplace and the long-term impact on workers, employers, educators and communities. Employment is part of the American Dream. Will the future provide opportunities for jobs that sustain families and the nation?