Hankering for some fluffy white clouds and happy little trees? You’re in luck.
Like millions of Twitch fans, you too can tune into the rebroadcast of famous PBS painter Bob Ross’ show The Joy of Painting, streaming online via Twitch Creative.
The Joy of Painting marathon was watched by 5.6 million unique viewers, totaling about 546 million minutes, with as many as 183,000 viewers watching at any one time over this weekend, VentureBeat reports.
It’s part of the recent launch for Twitch Creative, which lets creatives broadcast their works-in-progress online. The gaming site has plans to stream “all 403 episodes” of the TV series The Joy of Painting.
Ross was famous for his much-loved PBS show, which ran throughout the ’80s into the early ’90s. He died of lymphoma in 1995. The start of the Twitch Creative marathon on Oct. 29 marked his 73rd birthday.
The Joy of Painting marathon proved so successful that Twitch Creative will show the videos every Monday, starting at 3 p.m. PT, with advertising and subscription revenue going to Bob Ross, Inc., Janson Media, and charities Root Division, which supports artists and teaching kids art, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Amazon bought Twitch for nearly $1 billion back in 2014, when it was primarily used for streaming video game sessions. VentureBeat adds that Twitch Creative is growing 40 percent every month, and has about 2 million viewers per month.
Now, enjoy a moment of Bob Ross Zen: