September 15, 2016 03:05 PM

Consider the game changed.

The People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN) is a whole new way to experience two of the most iconic brands in pop culture. A free streaming channel available on devices through the PEN app and at, this ambitious network is bringing you closer than ever to our most intriguing stories.

To help you navigate the latest platform for can’t-miss content, we’ve made a guide to some of the most essential viewing PEN has to offer:

A Year in Space
Want to experience life inside of the International Space Station? Then tune into this Emmy-nominated 12-part series from TIME.

A Year in Space offers poignant, in-depth portraits of the unique challenges and triumphs Captain Scott Kelly and Russian Cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko face as they leave the world they know behind to spend 12 months in orbit.

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the never-ending options on scripted TV. After all, modern bosses are still not accepting “had to finish the last three episodes” as an appropriate excuse for tardiness. Luckily, PEN has recruited hilarious, TV-obsessed hosts Jessica Shaw and Touré to take a deep dive into all the shows you can’t stop hearing about, and determine whether they are truly worth a binge.

Children of 9/11: 15 Years Later
In this stirring documentary, PEOPLE catches up with several of the children who were born just after their fathers died in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. First introduced in a PEOPLE cover story mere months after the world-changing attacks, teenagers including Lauren McIntyre, whose father was a police officer, and Gabriel Dick, whose father was attending a conference at the World Trade Center, share their moving stories of loss and love.

The Jess Cagle Interview
What does Jimmy Kimmel really think of his late-night competition? Why did Renée Zellweger actually take a break from acting? When did Ryan Reynolds fall in love with now-wife Blake Lively? PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle brings you the answer to these questions and so many more in his exclusive interview series.

Now available on PEN, The Jess Cagle Interview is your chance to have a one-on-one with your favorite A-listers like Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Lopez, and get the real stories behind their incredible careers.

People Features: Joey and Rory Feek
Once the happy country duo Joey+Rory, the Feeks’ lives were turned upside down when Joey was diagnosed with cervical cancer in May 2014. After she died in March at the age of 40, Joey’s former singing partner and husband was left behind to raise daughter Indiana, now 2½, and somehow cope with his devastating loss.

Rory offers a look into his family’s life now in People Features: Joey and Rory Feek.

EW Reunites the Cast Of: Friday Night Lights
EW Reunites the Cast Of is giving the stars of TV and film classics from decades past the chance to get back together and spill behind-the-scenes secrets, rekindle friendships and imagine what their beloved characters would be up to today.

In the first special of the series, the Panthers return to Texas to mark the 10th anniversary of the premiere of Friday Night Lights.

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