Along with Apple TV+ launching in November and the season four premiere of Rick and Morty on Adult Swim, November is already looking to be a big month for streaming (and we’re not even talking about the holiday season with Thanksgiving and Christmas specials).

With that said, it has now been said that the PBS and PBS Kids stations will be launching on YouTube TV in November 2019, according to Cord Cutters News. The month has been decided but there is no exact day at the moment.

Once it has launched, users will be able to stream their local PBS programming right from YouTube TV, which could be from devices like their iPhone, iPad or Apple TV.

YouTube TV is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. It costs $50 a month and can be subscribed to in iTunes for $54.99. The reason for the $4.99 increase is so that Google and YouTube can combat Apple’s 15-30-percent tax or cut of having a subscription go through their subscription service for apps.