Studio See was a magazine-style children's TV show aimed at children 10–15 years old that aired from February 5, 1977 to February 24, 1979 on PBS, with reruns continuing through the early 1980s. Created by Jayne Adair, Studio See was produced by South Carolina ETV and shot mainly on location nationwide, generally with the help of other PBS member stations.

In the first season, the shows would open with a teaser where a question would be asked about the features for that particular show. In the second season, a few seconds of a certain feature would be shown. Regular features included opinion polls where a question was asked, and kids gave their opinions about the topic; and Poetry Power, where viewers submit poems to be read on the air. Viewers were encouraged to submit ideas and poems to be done and seen on the show and the address would be announced at the end of every show. The last show of Studio See was a behind-the-scenes tour of what goes on during an episode.