Murder in Sweden Season 2

(Premiering November 10th)

A few days before Almedalsuken starts, there is an explosion at a hotel in Visby, and a party leader disappears without a trace. Maria Wern and her colleagues are investigating the case, but everything is getting more complicated than they had thought.

RFDS Royal Flying Doctors Service Season 2

(Premiering November 23rd)

A year after Eliza left Broken Hill, much has changed, with lives at RFDS South East progressing at a rapid rate. The team faces some of their most high-stakes challenges to date–in the air, on land, with each other and within themselves.

Work it Out Wombats Volume 6

(Premiering November 17th)

The Wombats divide their bedroom into three and Zeke builds fairy houses. Then, a sandwich delivery becomes a pirate escapade. Harvest Day is threatened by fog and the Wombats enjoy Thankfulness Stew. The Treeborhood celebrates a Parranda and the Wombats try to stay awake on New Year’s Eve.

Rosie’s Rules Volume 9

(Premiering November 24th)

When Rosie and Gatita volunteer for Seniors Day at the Nature Center, their volunteering doesn’t go as planned. And, Rosie tries to be a reporter, but has a hard time finding things that are newsworthy. Rosie builds Iggy a dino cave. Then, for their Día de Muertos celebration, Rosie is in charge of the Catrina doll, but it keeps disappearing!

Frontline: 20 Days in Mariupol

(Premiering November 21st)

Praised by critics as a “must-see film,” the Oscars frontrunner for Best International Feature Film and Sundance Audience Award winning documentary, 20 Days in Mariupol, is a film from the last international journalists inside the Russian siege of Mariupol. An extraordinary account, seen through the lens of the AP’s Mstyslav Chernov and two colleagues documenting the atrocities and their own escape. This film gives the world a front-row seat to the shocking imagery, grueling moments and gut-wrenching real-life events of the invasion of Mariupol, Ukraine.

“Documentary filmmaking at its most impactful and devastating.” – Kevin Maher, The Times

Additional new titles this month – Eiffel’s Race to the Top, In the Bubble with JaimeSecrets of the Dead: Chasing Dinosaur Bones, Secrets of the Dead: Princes in the Tower, The Sunken Basilica, NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE (CAROUSEL) (November 1st), Inside the Uvalde Response (November 7th), Death in Britannia (November 8th), Inside China’s Tech Boom (November 8th), The Earthshot Prize 2023 (November 12th), A Town Called Victoria (November 13th), Made in Spain Season 2 (November 14th), Groundbreakers (November 21st), Lee and Liza’s Family Tree (November 22nd), The Invisible Shield (November 29th)

A Moveable Feast with America’s Favorite Chefs

(Premiering November 6th)

Food Forward showcases innovators and pioneers who are transforming the way we grow and eat food. Meet the food rebels in more than 50 cities across the country who are all providing new solutions to help combat America’s growing food challenges.


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