Frontline returns tonight on PBS with a special on refugees fleeing to Europe - here's how and when to watch it live.
In tonight's Frontline: Exodus, the plight of Middle Eastern refugees as they emigrate to various European nations is chronicled in all of its harrowing detail.
"Hear first-person stories of refugees and migrants fleeing war and persecution for Europe, told through camera-phone footage filmed by the families themselves as they leave their homes on dangerous journeys to seek safety and refuge," says the PBS synopsis for the special.
Additionally, the special addresses "a shadow-world of human traffickers exploiting the crisis for profit, how countries are handling the influx of people, and the challenges and choices these refugees and migrants face every day."
"Anyone can become a refugee," says Hassan, a refugee from Damascus, in the special, "It's not something which you choose, it's something that happens to you."
"I am a refugee, I am just like you, I have a family, I have dreams, I've got hopes..." says Ahmad, a Syrian refugee. "I just want a peaceful life away from violence."
The Frontline: Exodus special is two hours long and begins at 9 p.m. ET/PT on PBS Tuesday night. It remains to be seen if the special will be made available online after tonight's airing, but keep checking this page on Wednesday morning to see.
To live tweet and follow along with others watching the Frontline: Exodus special, use hashtag #Exodus on Twitter.