The Best Shows to Watch this July on WETA Passport
Take a break from the summer festivities by streaming all the exciting new series coming to the PBS App and WETA Passport this July! From a new season of the beloved Masterpiece series, Grantchester, and the return of a certain quirky doctor on the Cornish coast, to new historical documentaries and thrilling series, this month the PBS App and WETA Passport have you covered when you need a break from the sunshine! We hope you enjoy these top highlights coming your way this month. And if you aren’t taking advantage of this great member benefit yet, sign up now for instant access to thousands of hours of your PBS and local favorites with WETA Passport!
Martin Clunes returns as the quirky, irascible, bloodphobic doctor, now under threat of losing his practice in the coastal Cornwall town of Portwenn. Doc Martin soon finds he needs all the allies he can get as he tries to negotiate his way around village life with hilarious consequences.
Grantchester, Season 8
The Vicar and Cop are back! Will's life has changed for the better as he's happily married to Bonnie. Meanwhile, Geordie and Cathy are content, but when they are both confronted with surprising announcements, will it threaten their new-found happiness?
Earth has never experienced anything like us: a single species dominating and transforming the planet. Biologist Shane Campbell-Staton travels the globe to explore our footprint and to discover how the things we do reveal who we truly are.
Southern Storytellers, a three-part documentary series, celebrates Southern identity through the eyes of a diverse group of top contemporary creators of literature, music, film and television.
The Good Apprentice
In Rome, Alice is a medical student who falls in love with forensic medicine. Can she manage her private life at the same time she’s struggling to be a great medical examiner? From Walter Presents, in Italian with English subtitles.
In Iconic America, David M. Rubenstein—co-founder of The Carlyle Group, patriotic philanthropist, lifelong student of history, and the series’ host and executive producer—explores American history through a close examination of iconic national symbols: indelible artifacts, places, and archetypes. Rubenstein is on location and in conversation with historical thinkers, community members, and subject matter experts. Together, they dive deeply into each symbol’s history and how its meaning has changed over time, using these symbols as a gateway to understanding America’s past and present. Emmy-Award-winning production company Show of Force is also an executive producer.
Doc World: Crossings
This documentary follows a group of international women peacemakers who journey across the demilitarized zone between North Korea and South Korea to call for an end to the 70-year war that has divided the Korean Peninsula.
Shaun Evans stars as the young Endeavour Morse and Roger Allam as his superior officer face baffling new crimes and an unsolved case from the past in the final season of Endeavour.
The Great American Recipe, Season 2
The chefs are back! The Great American Recipe returns as an eight-part uplifting cooking competition that celebrates the multiculturalism that makes American food unique and iconic.
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