There's one series I've been following - it's a Chinese series called Kung Fu Quest. You can find a few seasons on Youtube with English subtitles. Season 1 is more cheesy, after that it becomes quite good.
The show has a rotating group of hosts - they usually pick 2-3 guys to study a particular art for few weeks or months - a decent amount of time to get something out of it. The hosts are knowledgeable - they'll usually pick one person who is more familiar, and one person who is less.
Each episode covers usually 3-4 schools/instructors, goes over in detail a bit of the history and the camera tends to stay more on the instructor or their head students - a lot of the US based shows tend to stick to the hosts who... don't move as well since they don't know the style really.
The focus tends to be on learning more than some hyped up "match to win" at the end, like Fight Quest does. This also means after they spar or move around, the hosts actually spend some time analyzing what the person did that was particularly good and how it worked with a particular style.
Obviously, this is not going to "teach" you the style, but it's way more informative than most of these shows out there. You get to hear from several teachers/high level students, you get some nice cross comparison of the styles, and history of them, along with footage mostly of the people who know it well.