Experience the unexpected in a new signature public television series, Around the Corner in The Palm Beaches. Brought to you by South Florida PBS, this four-part half-hour series showcases the best of everything in The Palm Beaches. “We are very proud to launch this series in partnership with the PBC Tourist Development Council. This is an incredible asset to show Florida visitors all they can do and experience in The Palm Beaches,” said Melissa Harmon, South Florida PBS Executive Producer. The second episode, airing now, makes stops all around West Palm Beach with a quick side trip to Lake Worth. In this fast-paced program, host Frank Licari takes viewers to some well-known hot spots, as well as sharing the hidden gems of a city.
The new episode visits The Flagler Museum, Dreyfoos School of the Arts, Palm Beach Zoo, Kravis Center and so much more. Lake Worth, as featured in the “Down the Street” segment, showcases the funky arts-filled destination, highlighting the William Lockhart Municipal Pier and Lake Worth Playhouse.
The second installment premieres on WPBT Thursday, December 8 at 7:30pm and on WXEL Friday, December 9 at 5:30pm. Reruns will continue throughout the month. Around the Corner in The Palm Beaches will have an impact on tourism and business in Palm Beach County as a result of its carriage on the largest public media outlet in the state, South Florida PBS. The network operates WPBT2 and WXEL42, covering the broadcast area of Miami, Fort Lauderdale and the Florida Keys up to The Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast. The series will continue to showcase several parts of the County including Wellington, Belle Glade, Jupiter and more in upcoming episodes.
See more at WPBT2.org.