Series 2 premieres in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand June 28. After 10 years abroad, Candice Renoir is back in the south of France and back on the case as a police commandant. Newly divorced with four kids, Candice feels rusty at work-and her skeptical colleagues don't help. Determined to prove her so-called weaknesses are strengths, she solves complex cases with common sense, acute observations, and a practical nature honed by the life of a busy mom.
Premiering in North America June 16. DCI Colin Sutton spent 30 years in Britain's police force, a career that saw him lead many of the most high-profile and successful murder investigations of his generation, including the serial killer case behind the hit drama "Manhunt." In this docuseries, Sutton revisits cases he led and explores everything from the crime itself through to the breakthrough moment when the suspect was arrested.
Growing up in tropical Malaysia, Joanna Lumley never experienced the cold, but she dreamed about one day seeing the Northern Lights. Now she journeys across the Arctic Circle, exploring Norway's romantic fjords, speeding across Lapland tundra with a Sami herdsman in search of his reindeer, staying at a hotel made entirely of ice, heading ever northward to witness the wonder of the Northern Lights.
New Episodes every Monday through June 21. With her son grown, single mum Pearl (Kerry Godliman, After Life) pursues her lifelong dream and starts a private detective agency, which she runs from her family restaurant in the coastal town of Whitstable. Drawn by her caring nature, locals soon flock to her with all kinds of cases. But when a friend dies suspiciously, Pearl finds herself in conflict with gruff new cop in town DCI Mike McGuire.