Camp TV (Season 3)

Air date: 07/01/2022

Public Television’s Award-Winning Summer Learning Series Camp TV Returns for a Third Season Beginning July 1


Mia Weinberger joins as co-counselor alongside head counselor Zachary Noah Piser for 10 new half-hour episodes


The WNET Group’s summer learning and exploration series Camp TV launches Season 3 on Friday, July 1 on public television stations nationwide (check local listings) and on The third season features 10 new half-hour episodes and 10 episodes repackaged from previous seasons.

“We’re thrilled to bring another summer of fun day camp experiences to young learners nationwide,” said Sandra Sheppard, executive producer of Kids’ Media & Education for The WNET Group. “This new season continues the mission to make summer learning programs available to all and to bring some of the top educational and cultural institutions right into the homes of children who would not otherwise have access.”

This season, comedian Mia Weinberger joins as co-counselor alongside Broadway performer Zachary Noah Piser (“Dear Evan Hansen,” “Wicked”) as head counselor, to guide campers ages 5-10 as they learn through play, activities and movement. Each episode of Camp TV begins with the counselors announcing the theme for the day. Season 3 themes include Going Green Day, Unicorn Day, Carnival Day, Time Warp Day, Make a Splash Day, Self-Care Day, Pirate Day, Magic Day, Mustache Day and Not Really Valentine’s Day Day.

Experts and teaching artists from leading educational and cultural institutions across the country are back to present segments focusing on math, literacy, science, arts, movement, mindfulness and more. Kids are encouraged to actively participate with the show, with hands-on segments that have them drawing alongside experts from the Guggenheim Museum, learning math from the Intrepid Museum’s various exhibits and dancing with the National Dance Institute. A new segment called “Mindful Me” teaches viewers self-care techniques that aim to build resilience, confidence and self awareness. Each episode concludes with a storytime segment featuring young readers from public television stations around the country, including WKNO, East Tennessee PBS, KERA, Prairie Public, Rhode Island PBS, Valley PBS, WFSU, WHUT, WPBS and WUCF.

Activity guides will be posted on so families can prepare materials ahead of time to follow along with the broadcast. The brand-new website will allow for kids and other users to easily explore the entire collection of Camp TV segments, episodes, related activities and more.

Camp TV content partners for Season 3 include Blackspace, Carnegie Hall, Children’s Museum of the Arts, Courtney Chu, The Exploratorium, Guggenheim Museum, Impossible Science, Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Liberty Science Center, Lincoln Center, Memphis Zoo, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mister C, National Dance Institute, New Victory Theater, New York Philharmonic, One Voice Children’s Choir, PBS39, PBS North Carolina, San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance, Story Pirates, They Might Be Giants, ThinkTV and WHRO Public Media.

Camp TV is a production of The WNET Group. The program is distributed nationally by the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA). Sandra Sheppard is executive producer. Melinda Toporoff is co-executive producer and writer. Kevin Di Salvo is coordinating producer.

Major funding for Camp TV is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding was provided by The Charles and Lucille King Foundation, the New York City Council, the Alice Lawrence Foundation, Pine Tree Foundation of New York, and The Peter G. Peterson and Joan Ganz Cooney Fund.


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Impossible Science demonstrates an optical illusion in the “Science Wow” segment on Camp TV. Photo credit: Courtesy of Impossible Science and The WNET Group

The San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance gives an inside look at aquatic exhibits at SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast Aquarium for Camp TV’s “Make a Splash Day” episode. Photo credit: Courtesy of San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance and The WNET Group.

“Co-Counselor” Mia Weinberger in Camp TV’s “Not Really Valentine’s Day Day” episode. Photo credit: Courtesy of The WNET Group

A performer from Pilobolus demonstrates a dance move in Camp TV’s “Pirate Day” episode. Photo credit: Courtesy of Pilobolus and The WNET Group

Ana Cantorán Viramontes from New Victory Theater performs a puppet show for Camp TV’s “Pirate Day” episode. Courtesy of New Victory Theater and The WNET Group

“Head Counselor” Zachary Noah Piser leads an art project on Camp TV’s “Self-Care Day” episode. Courtesy of The WNET Group.

A young reader from Rhode Island PBS reads a book for the “Tell Me a Story” segment on Camp TV. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rhode Island PBS and The WNET Group.

Story Pirates on the “Write On” segment for Camp TV. Photo credit: Courtesy of Story Pirates and The WNET Group.

Series hosts, “Head Counselor” Zachary Noah Piser and “Co-Counselor” Mia Weinberger, on Camp TV’s “Going Green Day” episode. Photo credit: Courtesy of The WNET Group

Children from PBS39 demonstrate yoga techniques in the “Mindful Me” segment on Camp TV. Photo credit: Courtesy of PBS39 The WNET Group

Jessi Colón from the National Dance Institute demonstrates how to dance like a narwhal in Camp TV’s “Unicorn Day” episode. Photo credit: Courtesy of National Dance Institute and The WNET Group.

Series hosts, “Head Counselor” Zachary Noah Piser and “Co-Counselor” Mia Weinberger. Photo credit: Courtesy of The WNET Group