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“Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People” is all new this winter with the authentic Cherokee stories audiences continue to rave about. The groundbreaking series takes viewers on a journey to discover the rich tradition and compelling modern advancement of the Cherokee Nation and its people, told through a documentary lens.

Now in its sixth season, this regional Emmy-winning docuseries showcases the multifaceted culture, rich history and intriguing language of the Cherokee Nation.

Each half-hour episode is hosted by Cherokee Nation citizen Jennifer Loren, winner of multiple regional Emmy awards.

Explore uniquely Cherokee traditions in stories about artisans who create turtle shell shakers, buffalo grass dolls and double-wall baskets. The show also takes viewers on exciting adventures, featuring Cherokee people who take you flying on a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter or scuba diving with wounded warriors, and there is even a search for Bigfoot in the foothills of the Cherokee Nation. New episodes of the latest season are now steaming. Even better news is that they are always free at www.osiyo.tv.

In season 6, you’ll meet Cherokees who are making a difference in the world. You’ll see the impact a Cherokee Nation citizen is making to create a more equitable future for Oklahomans since returning home from 15 years in Washington, D.C. Plus, visit the racetrack where a 16-year-old is proving himself far beyond his years.

Watch history come alive in Cherokee almanacs where you’ll learn about the Cherokee systems of justice and their evolution, among many other topics. It’s all part of the brand-new season of “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People.”

Watch free and stream season 6 of OsiyoTV online at osiyo.tv, Facebook and Instagram. Weekly episodes debut at 7 p.m. CST on Thursdays. Episodes broadcast Sundays at 3:30 p.m. on OETA and on RSUTV Thursdays at 7 p.m., Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and Sundays at 9 a.m. Catch up on all five seasons and every episode any time.

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