As we ring in the new year, we also welcome new, exciting shows to the TPT Passport lineup! Get ready for new and returning dramas, insightful documentaries, and energetic performances—all available for streaming anytime, anywhere.
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All Creatures Great and Small Season 4 Coming January 7
It’s the spring of 1940 and change is on the horizon for everyone in Skeldale House. James and Helen wonder when the right time might be to start a family, Tristan’s absence is felt by all, and Siegfried attempts to hold the growing household, and himself, together.
Miss Scarlet and the Duke Season 4 Coming January 7
New year, new season, new challenges. Eliza has taken over Nash & Sons, while her relationship with William faces a life-changing decision.
Astrid Season 3 Coming January 5
Astrid returns with a new caseload and a whole new set of puzzles to work out with her accidental bestie Raphaëlle.
NEW SHOW: Funny Woman Coming January 7
It’s the height of the swinging 60s and Barbara Parker has just been crowned Miss Blackpool – but she’s certain there has to be more to life than being a beauty queen in a seaside town. With the bright lights of London calling, Barbara packs her bags and heads off to the city where she looks to take on the male-dominated world of comedy by storm.
HISTORY & DOCUMENTARY
Agatha Christie: Lucy Worsley on the Mystery Queen
Lucy Worsley explores the enigma of Agatha Christie. Over three episodes, she applies her historian’s powers of investigation to the Queen of Crime. And she uncovers a complex woman whose life – and work – reflects the upheavals of the 20th century.
Antiques Roadshow: Gen X Years
Explore the era between Boomers and Millennials for exciting treasures from the mid-1960s to early-1980s, also known as the Generation X years! Standout appraisals include Matt Groening artwork, Charles Loloma bracelets, and Evel Knievel’s leathers.
Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Mobile
Revisit Alabama appraisals 14 years after ROADSHOW’s visit to Mobile such as an “Indian Tribes of North America” set, a Gale Sayers game-worn jersey, and Chinese glass bottle vases from around 1775. Learn which is now valued at $70,000-$90,000!
Groundbreakers features sports icons from different generations as they interview one another, sharing personal powerful stories of the perseverance, pain, and progress they’ve experienced in their remarkable careers. Athletes include Naomi Osaka and Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Chloe Kim and Nancy Lieberman, Suni Lee and Julie Foudy, and Diana Flores and Billie Jean King. Groundbreakers celebrates the advancements of women in sports and society, while also revealing the generational mentorship and community building that has fueled the progress that has been made and the ongoing pursuit of equality for women everywhere.
Independent Lens: El Equipo
Legendary U.S. anthropologist Dr. Clyde Snow sets out to train a new group of Latin American students in the use of forensic anthropology. Their goal: to investigate disappearances in Argentina during the “dirty war.” The group expands its horizons, traveling to El Salvador, Bolivia, and Mexico, doggedly working behind the scenes to establish the facts for the families of the victims.
Secrets of the Dead: The Princes in The Tower
Find out if one of history’s greatest cold cases—the imprisonment of two princes in the Tower of London—can finally be solved. Their disappearance led to centuries of mystery and speculation. Were the boys murdered by their uncle, the notorious King Richard III? Or was it a massive conspiracy to hide the truth?
MUSIC & PERFORMANCES
Austin City Limits: 22nd Annual Americana Honors
Austin City Limits presents performance highlights from the 22nd Annual Americana Honors, recorded in Nashville at the famed Ryman Auditorium. Performers include Nickel Creek, The Avett Brothers, Bonnie Raitt, Brandi Carlile and The War and Treaty.
The Caverns Sessions: Kitchen Dwellers
This quartet twists a kaleidoscope of Bluegrass, Folk, and Rock genres in offering a rich, homegrown mythology of Western wanderlust in ‘acousta-delic’ hues. Amassing 5 million+ streams, the Kitchen Dwellers share timeless American stories from the heart of one of its treasured panoramas: Montana.
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