Outta the Muck
Season 24 Episode 8 | 1h 25m 44s | WETA Passport
Wade into the rich soil of Pahokee, Florida, a town on the banks of Lake Okeechobee. Beyond its football legacy, including sending over a dozen players to the NFL (like Anquan Boldin, Fred Taylor, and Rickey Jackson), the fiercely self-determined community tells their stories of Black achievement and resilience in the face of tragic storms and personal trauma.
Aired: 02/06/23 | Expires: 02/06/26 |
Extras From This Episode
Trailer | Outta the Muck
Preview: S24 Ep8 | 30s
S24 Ep15 | 1h 25m 49s
S24 Ep14 | 1h 24m 59s
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