Three TV specials in August warm audiences up for Broadway’s return in September.
Stream Call the Midwife Seasons 9 and 10. PBS station members can get an early start. See the schedule of streaming and broadcasts.
Pier Kids focuses on homeless, queer Black youth who find stability and community at the Christopher Street Pier off Greenwich Village.
A documentary follows the Mayor of Ramallah in the central West Bank, capturing everyday bureaucratic humor and the stresses of global politics.
The podcast Attribution with Bob McKinnon is about success and gratitude, and is one of McKinnon’s teaching tools about social mobility in America.
Cassie (Nicola Walker ) and Sunny (Sanjeev Bhaskar) investigate a cold case with alarming links to the police force.
Latin music documentaries, the artists and cuisine of Mexico and short Latinx films, from gritty reality to magical realism. All in July.
Get up to speed on the new PBS drama starring Rebecca Gibney – a reboot of the acclaimed Australian crime thriller series, Halifax f.p.
A “superbly understated performance,” by Hugh Laurie and a reminder of “enduring truths,” are among critics’ praises of the Masterpiece series.
The second season of Camp TV, a weekday show for kids ages 5-10, starts July 6 on THIRTEN. Leading cultural groups and host Zachary Noah Piser appear in each episode.