Help Us To Reach Our Goal!
WQLN TV’s Countdown to Fall, September 5-14, shares sneak-previews of the new science, drama, arts, and history programs scheduled to premiere this fall on WQLN TV. The Countdown ends with Ken Burns’s epic documentary The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, telling the stories of Theodore, Franklin, and Eleanor Roosevelt like never before. Other fall premieres include the new PBS Arts Fall Festival; Finding Your Roots; a new season of Makers, featuring women who built America; How We Got to Now, investigating the origins of the stuff that populates our lives; Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, new to Saturday nights; and Penn Station, bringing you programs by Pennsylvanians, for Pennsylvanians, featuring all things PA!
But the Countdown isn’t just a pre-party for the new season. It’s the first step in our plan to reduce our membership fundraising days from 84 days each year to only 54 days, freeing up more time for the signature programs that you love. We’ll air all of PBS’s fall premieres as scheduled, and in January all episodes of Downton Abbey, American Masters, and Live from Lincoln Center will air uninterrupted. It’s a bold move that will make us a better public TV station, and to make it work, we need your help!
WQLN relies on the support of donors to bring you exceptional quality programming every day of the year. Tune in to WQLN TV’s Countdown to Fall, see what’s in store, and support the programs you rely on by becoming a member, renewing your membership, or making an additional gift to WQLN today. And together, we’ll shine!