Professor T Season 2

(Premiering September 3rd)

Professor Jasper Tempest and the team untangle a series of crimes ranging from an unexplained fire in a student block to the mystery of an entire family found dead. Meanwhile, Professor T is dominated and perplexed by the women in his life.

MASTERPIECE: Unforgotten Season 5

(Premiering September 3rd)

DCI Jessica “Jess” James joins DI Sunny Khan to investigate the discovery of human remains in a newly renovated antique home in West London. The ghost of much-loved former colleague Cassie Stuart looms large over the team and Jess knows there will be big shoes for her to fill. Sunny’s grief puts a strain on his relationship with fiancée Sal. 

MASTERPIECE: Van der Valk Season 3

(Premiering September 3rd)

For Piet Van der Valk, it’s a new day and a new dawn as he welcomes two new Sergeants to the team, the hotshot but impulsive Eddie Suleman and the technical whiz Citra Li. 

MASTERPIECE: Victoria Seasons 1, 2, & 3

(Premiering September 2nd)

Discover all three seasons of the unmissable global hit drama starring Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria, a nineteenth-century heroine for our times. This landmark account of the life of one of history’s greatest monarchs unfolds against the backdrop of pivotal moments in history, as the Queen and Prince Albert (Tom Hughes) must meet each public challenge while confronting profound personal change.

Alma’s Way Volume 10

(Premiering September 22nd)

Alma Rivera is a confident 6-year-old Puerto Rican girl who lives in the Bronx with her family as well as a diverse group of close-knit friends and neighbors. ALMA’S WAY gives children ages 4 to 6 the power to find answers to their problems, express what they think and feel, and recognize and respect the unique perspective of others.

Rosie’s Rules Volume 8

(Premiering September 29th)

Rosie Fuentes is an inquisitive 5-year-old Mexican-American girl just beginning to learn about the baffling and thrilling world beyond her family walls. Do you know you can’t mail your cat to Mexico? Rosie does now, and it’s one of her “Rosie’s Rules!” Kids ages 3 to 6 will learn this and other wowmazing things as Rosie, her cat Gatita, and her whole family have supertastical adventures together. 

Ken Burns: Here & There

(Premiering September 5th)

Ken Burns – Here & There is a rare look at the over four decade intimate relationship Ken Burns has with his America and beloved community of Walpole, NH – and the importance that a “sense of place” and belonging has in one’s life. That the essential American fabric of patriotism and goodness are woven through each of us – and often, the road less traveled is a good decision.

Additional new titles this month – Power Trip: The Story of Energy Season 2 (September 1st), The Great American Read Season 1 (September 1st), Close to Home (September 2nd), Personal Statement (September 2nd), Parrot Confidential (September 4th), The Pension Gamble (September 4th), The Released (September 4th), Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers Season 15 (September 5th), Two Strikes (September 5th), World’s Fastest Animal (September 5th), America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston Season 2 (September 6th), Evolution Earth (September 6th), King Arthur’s Lost Kingdom (September 6th), Riddles of the Sphinx (September 6th), TB Silent Killer (September 7th), The Mona Lisa Mystery (September 7th), Digital Nation (September 8th), Triangle Fire (September 9th), Caring for Mom & Dad (September 10th), Cliffhanger (September 11th), The Busing Battleground (September 11th), Harvest (September 12th), Jake Shimabukuro: Life On Four Strings (September 12th), Syria Behind the Lines (September 12th), Hazing (September 13th), The Distracted Mind with Dr. Adam Gazzaley (September 13th), Wagonmasters (September 14th), Yosemite (September 15th), The Mystery of Eels (September 16th), Shakespeare’s Tomb (September 17th), Language Matters with Bob Holman (September 18th), Second Genesis (September 18th), Shocking Exposures Season 1 (September 18th), Great Plains Season 1 (September 19th), The Last Orangutan Eden (September 25th) Putin and the Press (September 26th), Be Like Others: Transsexuals in Iran (September 27th)

MotorWeek Season 43

(Premiering September 9th)

Join MotorWeek, television’s original and longest running automotive series, as we push the start button for an unprecedented 43rd season. We will continue to chronicle the public acceptance of the fully electric vehicle and the first signs of the scarcity of traditional internal combustion engine choices.


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