The Best Shows to Watch this June on WETA Passport
Summer is officially here! Why not start the season right by streaming all of the fantastic new shows coming to the PBS App and WETA Passport this June? Celebrate Pride Month with WETA by exploring our special streaming lineup that includes productions like Independent Lens: Mama Bears, as well as new premieres like Little Richard: King and Queen of Rock 'n' Roll. For our full list of Pride Month programs, visit weta.org/pridemonth. Catch up on all eight seasons of Endeavour before the highly anticipated final season comes to WETA Passport along with thrilling new crime drama Ridley on June 18! Also, trace Jewish immigration to the US through the centuries in the new series, The Jewish Journey: America. Plus, stream new episodes of hit series The Great American Recipe every Monday starting June 19. Start watching now on the PBS App with WETA Passport! And if you aren’t taking advantage of this great member benefit yet, what are you waiting for? Sign up now for instant access to thousands of hours of your favorites with WETA Passport!
Little Richard: King and Queen of Rock 'n' Roll
Experience the meteoric rise and enduring legacy of Little Richard. This portrait of the “King and Queen of Rock and Roll” explores his far-reaching influence as well as his advocacy for the rights of Black artists in the music industry.
Endeavour, Season 9
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 Jewish Journey: America
Trace Jewish immigration to the US through the centuries. Interviews with top scholars in Jewish history, notable Jewish-American writers, and many immigrants themselves detail the varied stories of migration through the last five centuries, with a rarely explored look at the actual journeys to get here.
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.
In this new eight-episode detective series, retired Detective Inspector Alex Ridley is called back to advise on a complex and compelling murder case by his replacement and former protege DI Carol Farman. Carol is keen to access Ridley’s unique insight into crime-solving which served them so well in the past, but the investigation takes a dark and unexpected twist.
Below the Belt: The Last Health Taboo
Through the personal and inspiring stories of four patients urgently searching for answers to mysterious symptoms, Below the Belt exposes widespread problems in our healthcare system that disproportionately affect women. From societal taboos and gender bias to misinformed doctors and financial barriers to care, the film shines a light on how millions are effectively silenced.
Independent Lens: Mama Bears
New film, Independent Lens: Mama Bears, spotlights conservative Christian mothers supporting their LGBTQ+ children. They call one another “mama bears” because of the ferocity with which they fight for their children’s rights. Although they grew up as fundamentalist, evangelical Christians praying for the souls of LGTBQ people, these mothers are now willing to risk losing friends, family, and faith communities to champion their kids—even if it challenges their belief systems and rips apart their worlds.
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