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Florida Road Trip Season 10: Unveiling Florida’s History One Episode at Time

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Take a journey to a fascinating new chapter of exploration as WUCF’s Florida Road Trip returns for its milestone 10th season, introducing dynamic new host, Scott Fais. This season will showcase the rich history and vibrant culture that make Florida a must-visit destination.  

Featuring 10 episodes, Florida Road Trip Season 10 will take viewers to some of Florida's most interesting and historical spots. From Pensacola to Clearwater, each episode will offer a unique glimpse into the heart and soul of Florida. 

With an extensive background in television reporting and storytelling, Scott is no stranger to Florida's captivating charm. Prior to joining Florida Road Trip, Scott spent a decade traveling the state, telling stories about the people and communities that make up the Sunshine State. He’s earned acclaim as a master storyteller, receiving six regional Emmys and 12 Associated Press awards for his Florida-focused storytelling. 

"The beauty of Florida’s dynamic landscapes and the warmth of its people have always inspired me. I’m honored to host this momentous season," said Scott Fais, host of Florida Road Trip. "In Season 10, we'll take viewers on a journey as we discover Florida’s rich history and share the stories that make our state truly special." 

The excitement kicks off with the first two episodes, featuring Winter Park and Lakeland, available exclusively for WUCF Passport members on May 9. Members can look forward to early access to this season, with new episodes dropping every two weeks throughout the summer. To get access to Passport and enjoy exclusive content, viewers can donate at Florida Road Trip Season 10 will premiere on WUCF TV in September. 

"We are thrilled to celebrate this significant milestone with Florida Road Trip,” said Jennifer Cook, Executive Director of WUCF. “The 10-season run speaks to the dedication of our team and the quality of our programming. We can't wait for viewers to join us on another remarkable journey through the Sunshine State."  

From Highlands County to DeLand; don't miss your chance to join Scott Fais on this unforgettable adventure through the Sunshine State. Viewers will also have the chance to explore Winter Garden, Oviedo, Tarpon Springs, and Kennedy Space Center, experiencing the unique history and community that each location brings.

Take a ride through history to discover some of the most interesting people and places in Florida. For more information, visit


About WUCF TV 

WUCF TV is the sole-service PBS member station for the nearly 4 million Central Floridians across nine counties. WUCF is Central Florida’s storyteller, encouraging curiosity and learning through compelling content and community engagement. WUCF produces award-winning local content like Florida Road Trip, which explores Florida through history, people and culture. WUCF also serves Florida’s youngest citizens, offering hours of PBS Kids content on-air, online and in the classroom, leading the state in usage for PBS LearningMedia. Throughout its ten-year history, WUCF has engaged with over 1.5 million people across Central Florida at in-person events, and over 30 million people online through virtual events and streaming content. The station is community-supported public broadcasting from the University of Central Florida. Learn more at