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15 New Shows to Stream This April on TPT Passport

Check out the newest additions to the streaming platform

March 27, 2024

Mr Bates vs The Post Office

April isn’t just raincoats and showers, TPT Passport members can look forward to 15 new shows to watch this month! We’re celebrating spring with new and returning dramas, fascinating historical docs, new music and more—all ready to stream anytime, anywhere.

Watch online, or by using the PBS App.

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Mr. Bates vs The Post Office – Coming April 7
Based on the real-life British Post Office scandal, this series tells the story of hundreds of people who ran branches of the Post Office across Britain, and who were wrongly accused of theft due to a faulty IT system.
TPT Passport members can binge all episodes on the night of the premiere.

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Guilt – Season 3 Coming April 28
The brothers are back together but enemies old, and new, cause them to seek ever more desperate solutions to their problems. The final season premieres on Sunday, April 28.
TPT Passport members can watch all episodes the night of the premiere.

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Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
Antiques Roadshow stops in Birmingham, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Catherine Williamson at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute to discuss the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-20th century and to look at materials related to Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Antiques Roadshow: Bismark
Antiques Roadshow rolls into Bismarck, North Dakota, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Ken Gloss at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park to learn about the books of Elizabeth Custer.

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American Experience: Fly With Me
Discover the story of the pioneering women who became flight attendants at a time when single women were unable to order a drink, eat alone in a restaurant, own a credit card or get a prescription for birth control. The job offered unheard-of opportunities for travel and independence. These women were on the frontlines of the battle to assert gender equality and transform the workplace.

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Finding Your Roots: Mean Streets
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. maps the family trees of comedian Tracy Morgan & actor Anthony Ramos—two native New Yorkers whose roots stretch to surprising places and contain inspiring stories. Moving from the Canary Islands to battlefields in Europe & Asia to slave plantations in Virginia, long-lost records reveal ancestors who laid the groundwork for Tracy and Anthony’s success by fighting to survive.

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Candice Millard
History With David Rubenstein: Candice Millard
Candice Millard, in conversation with David M. Rubenstein, offers an extraordinary account of President Garfield’s momentous, if brief, presidential career, and the legacy left not only by his work but by his death.

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POV: How to Have an American Baby
How to Have an American Baby is a kaleidoscopic voyage into the shadow economy that caters to Chinese tourists who travel to the US to give birth in order to obtain citizenship for their babies. Told through a series of intimately observed vignettes, the story of a hidden global economy emerges–depicting the fortunes and tragedies that befall the ordinary people caught in its web.

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Secrets of the Dead: The Woman in the Iron Coffin
Follow a team of forensic experts as they investigate the preserved remains of a young African American woman from 19th-century New York and reveal the little-known story of early America’s free Black communities.

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Nature: Patrick and the Whale
Follow Patrick Dykstra in his quest to connect with and understand the hidden nature of the sperm whale, shining a light on their intelligence and complexity, as well as their relationship with humankind.

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NOVA: Building the Eiffel Tower
Explore the revolutionary engineering behind Paris’s iconic landmark. Completed in 1889, the iron tower smashed the record for the tallest structure on Earth, ushering in a new age of global construction that reached for the skies.

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NOVA: Hunt for the Oldest DNA
For decades, scientists have tried to unlock the secrets of ancient DNA. Follow the dramatic quest to recover DNA millions of years old and reveal a lost world from before the last Ice Age.

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Trisha Yearwood on stage
Austin City Limits: ACL 9th Annual Hall of Fame Honors Trisha Yearwood
The ninth annual Austin City Limits Hall of Fame honors country music superstar Trisha Yearwood. Don Henley handles induction honors and performs along with musical salutes from Jo Dee Messina, Ronnie Dunn, Brothers Osborne and Brandy Clark.

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Great Performances: George Jones: Still Playin’ Possum
Honor one of the most beloved stars in country music history with this all-star tribute concert featuring Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Wynonna, Jelly Roll, Tanya Tucker, Travis Tritt, Lorrie Morgan, Justin Moore, Trace Adkins and more.

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From the blues to hip hop, African Americans have been the driving force of sonic innovation for over a century. Musical styles come and go, but there’s one sound that has been a constant source of strength, courage and wisdom from the pulpit to the choir lofts on any given Sunday. GOSPEL, the latest history series from Henry Louis Gates, Jr., digs deep into the origin story of Black spirituality.

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