D.I. Ray, Season 2

(Launching June 16th)
Two months after her suspension from the force, D.I. Ray returns to homicide to investigate the brutal shooting of a young nurse and the head of a notorious crime syndicate outside a Birmingham hospital, sending shockwaves throughout the city. All signs point to a gangland turf war, but as D.I. Ray begins to pull at the threads, new evidence comes to light that suggests a far more complex mystery.

Grantchester, Season 9

(Launching June 16th)
It’s 1961 and times are changing in Grantchester. Will has begun to seek new challenges elsewhere, while Geordie and Cathy deal with an independent Esme being free in a dangerous world. It’s not long before Reverend Alphy Kottaram arrives as the new vicar, immediately enchanted by the glorious village. But will the locals ever be able to accept him as one of their own?

Professor T, Season 3

(Launching June 16th)

Season 3 begins with Professor T in jail awaiting trial. As the Professor struggles to get his old life and job back, he is helped by Dan and Lisa who again rely on his brilliant criminal insight and analysis to solve tricky and intriguing crimes. The Professor also seeks to discover what really happened the night his father died.

Sherlock, Seasons 1-4

(Available to binge June 30th)
The world’s only consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch), teams up with his long-suffering, faithful friend, Dr. John Watson (Martin Freeman), to solve a dizzying array of crimes and battle diabolical villains with his signature deductive reasoning and his stunning lack of social grace.

Elinor Wonders Why: Volume 10

(Launching June 3rd)
That is so interesting! Elinor, the most observant and curious bunny rabbit in Animal Town, and her friends love to go on adventures where they learn about nature’s ingenious inventions and how to care for the environment. The series encourages children ages 3 to 5 to follow their own curiosity, asking questions when they don’t understand and using science inquiry skills to find answers.

Work it out Wombats: Volume 8

(Launching June 17th)
Follow the animated adventures of playful marsupial siblings Malik, Zadie, and Zeke who live with their grandmother, named Super, in the Treeborhood — a fantastical treehouse apartment complex that’s home to a diverse community of animal neighbors. The trio use computational thinking, along with their creativity and collaborative spirit, to solve the challenges they encounter and win the day!

Hope in the Water

(Launching June 19th)
From Emmy Award producer Andrew Zimmern, in collaboration with storytelling visionary David E. Kelley, HOPE IN THE WATER explores the groundbreaking work of fishers, aqua farmers and scientists who are harvesting aquatic species to feed our planet while saving our oceans. Featuring Martha Stewart, Shailene Woodley, Baratunde Thurston and José Andrés, the series explores an ocean of possibilities.

Roots of Comedy with Jesus Trejo

(Launching June 21st)
Part comedy, part social commentary, host Jesus Trejo embarks on a journey across America meeting with six rising comedians who explore the mosaic of our nation through the lens of stand-up comedy. Featuring Ali Sultan, Vanessa Gonzalez, Eeland Stribling, Tatanka Means, Adam Pasi, and Sierra Katow.

Dinner at Julia’s

(Available to binge now!)

Julia Child sources fresh ingredients then prepares a special menu with a distinctly American flair. Centered around a weekly dinner party for 10 hosted in a home just outside Santa Barbara, Julia is joined by chefs from premiere restaurants around the country who share their techniques and specialties, plus California vintners who offer selections to pair with the evening’s dinner.


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