Wings Over the Rockies™ Heads to Space in their Next Season of Behind the Wings®

Denver museum produces Season 4 of aerospace TV series ~

Denver, CO – July 18, 2022 – Wings Over the Rockies (Wings) is set to premiere Season 4  of their television series Behind the Wings® on Rocky Mountain PBS on Thursday, July 21 at  8:30 p.m. MDT. This season, containing four new episodes, embarks on an immersive journey about space exploration. Additional Season 4 episodes air on Thursday, July 28,  August 4 and August 11 at 7:30 p.m. MDT.

Since its inception in 2017, Behind the Wings has amassed over 7 million views on YouTube from all over the world and has aired in over 50 PBS markets across the US. This will be the first season focused entirely on space. 

In each 30-minute episode, co-hosts Myrna James and Cray Novick will explore topics from early space exploration to the next frontier in space, and take viewers along to meet with  NASA astronauts, historians, researchers and more. Get ready to travel to Panama to learn how the first astronauts trained, explore the new space race with Sierra Space and Voyager  Space, meet with retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly on the future of living and working in space and more. 

“We are extremely proud to be sharing another season of Behind the Wings with thousands of Coloradans,” said Wings Over the Rockies’ President and CEO, Maj Gen John Barry,  USAF (Ret). “This new season provides unprecedented access to places and people in the  space industry, furthering our mission to educate, inspire and excite all people about aviation  and space endeavors of the past, present and future.” 

Watch Season 4 of Behind the Wings on Rocky Mountain PBS (click for channel listing),  and see the official season 4 trailer here. For additional episodes of Behind the  Wings, visit 

About Wings Over the Rockies: 
Wings Over the Rockies is a Colorado-based non-profit organization dedicated to educating and  inspiring all people about aviation and space endeavors of the past, present and future. By utilizing  the Air & Space Museum in Denver’s historic Lowry neighborhood to preserve the past and the  Exploration of Flight Center at Centennial Airport to focus on the present and future, Wings strives to  encourage the future aerospace leaders of tomorrow. For more, please visit or

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