Astrid Season 3

(Premiering January 5th)

Astrid and Raphaëlle are back tackling a new set of tricky investigations. When it comes to solving problematic cases this unlikely crime fighting duo are proving to be a formidable team. Outside of work Astrid is learning to navigate personal relationships as an autistic woman in a neurotypical world, and Raphaëlle realises her feelings towards Nicolas are changing – but is it too late? 

All Creatures Great and Small Season 4

(Premiering January 7th)

With Europe at war and Tristan away serving, Siegfried and James bring in some extra hands to help but not everything goes as planned. Happily married Helen and James begin to think about their future despite the looming possibility that James could be called up to serve.

Funny Woman

(Premiering January 7th)

Barbara Parker is a Blackpool beauty queen with dreams of making it in London. She finds her voice in the male-dominated world of the 1960s sitcom scene, and in doing so, becomes a TV comedy superstar and takes London by storm.

Miss Scarlet and the Duke Season 4

(Premiering January 7th)

Eliza Scarlet has taken over Nash & Sons and while things are not going entirely smoothly, help comes from familiar sources. Meanwhile, her relationship with William builds towards a looming decision that will shape both their lives. 

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum, Volume 10

(Premiering January 19th)

Xavier Riddle and his friends tackle everyday problems by traveling back in time to learn from real-life inspirational figures when they were kids! Each adventure uncovers the secrets and skills of famous heroes from throughout world history and helps children ages 5 to 8 make connections to those same qualities within themselves, showing them that they can change the world too!

The Berenstain Bears, Volume 5 

(Premiering January 26th)

Set in the rolling hills of Bear Country, the BERENSTAIN BEARS stars a fun-loving family who live in a cozy treehouse and whose love, loyalty, and humor allow them to overcome any obstacle that finds its way down their sunny dirt road!

Finding Your Roots Season 10

(Premiering January 2nd)
Renowned scholar Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. returns for a new season of  FINDING YOUR ROOTS. Using genealogy and DNA analysis, Gates guides twenty-one compelling guests into their family trees, uncovering buried secrets and lost ancestors. Guests include Ciara, Brendan Fraser, Tracy Morgan, Lena Dunham, and Michael Douglas.

Additional new titles this month –  Big Little Journeys (January 10th), The Cost of Inheritance: An America ReFramed Special  (January 15th), Children in Crisis: The Story of CHIP (January 15th), Sri Lanka/Yemen Mercenaries (January 16th), Nazi Town USA (January 23rd), Deadly Restraints (January 23rd), Crossings (January 23rd), Trump on Trial (January 30th), When Whales Could Walk (January 31st), The Way West (January 31st), Gorilla (January 31st)

 Coming up in February – Gospel (February 12th)

Antiques Roadshow Season 28

(Premiering January 8th)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW’s Season 28 strikes it big with stunning discoveries across the country including a first-ever Alaska stop! Among the standouts: a thrift-store painting revealed to be a treasure and a $500K season-topping baseball jersey. 


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