Little Bird

(Premiering October 12th)

Inspired by true events, follow the story of Indigenous woman Bezhig Little Bird on a journey to find her birth family and uncover the hidden truth of her past.

Annika Season 2

(Premiering October 15th)

Annika and the team return to solve more murders that wash up in Scotland’s waters. Annika shares with us her wry insights on the crimes alongside raising her teen daughter, Morgan.

World on Fire Season 2

(Premiering October 15th)

It’s 1940 and WWII has reached the sands of the Egyptian desert while German bombs fall on Manchester in England. Harry introduces an explosive force into Robina’s household.

Hotel Portofino Season 2

(Premiering October 15th)

1927: The Hotel Portofino has overcome its early troubles and is starting to prosper. Bella must decide whether to accept her no-good husband Cecil back into her life in the face of her growing friendship with a handsome architect.

Pinkalicious & Peterrific Volume 15

(Premiering October 6th)

Pinkalicious, her brother Peter, and their friends get into all kinds of art-filled adventures where they must work together to solve problems. The series encourages children ages 3 to 5 to explore the arts and express themselves.

Super WHY’s Comic Book Adventures Volume 1 and 2

(Premiering October 20th)

Super Why and new Super Reader, Power Paige, save the day from literacy villains and more in Reader Valley. Set in a 2D comic book world, these musical adventures are filled with catchy songs that break down big skills for early readers

Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover

(Premiering October 10th)

Elon Musk’s long and often troubled relationship with Twitter. Musk’s journey from one of the platform’s most provocative users to its sole proprietor, exploring the acquisition, free speech and the company’s uncertain future.›

The American Buffalo

(Premiering October 16th)

Once numbering in the tens of millions and sustaining the Native people of the Great Plains, America’s national mammal is driven to the brink of extinction. A collection of unforgettable characters rescues it from disappearing forever.›

Additional new titles this month – A Town Called Victoria (xx), Parrot Confidential (October 2nd), The Astros Baseball: Triumph and Scandal in major League Baseball (October 3rd), Ancient Earth (October 4th), Max Roach: The Drum Also Waltzes (October 6th), Los Hermanos/The Brothers (October 9th), Generations Stolen (October 18th), The Platypus Guardian (October 18th), The Way West (October 23rd), Native America Season 2 (October 24th), The War on Disco (October 30th), McConnell, The GOP & The Court (October 31st)


Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 11

(Premiering October 21st)

Twelve of America’s most innovative artists rise to the challenge of our current moment, creating new paintings, sculptures and performances that inspire and heal. Includes Michelle Obama portraitist Amy Sherald and filmmaker Miranda July.


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