‘Frontline’ summer schedule 2018

“Frontline” investigates the controversial stories shaping our times, from criminal justice to politics to global issues. Examine the scope and complexity of the human, social and political experience on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

June 12

“Life on Parole”
Follow former prisoners through the challenges of their first year on parole. With unique access, the film goes inside the effort to change the way parole works in Connecticut and reduce the number of people returning to prison. Watch online now.

July 10

“Trump’s Takeover”
Go inside President Trump’s high-stakes battle for control of the Republican party. Examine how Trump attacked fellow Republicans and used inflammatory rhetoric that rallied his base and further divided the country in his first year as president. Watch online now.

July 17

“Blackout in Puerto Rico”
Investigate the humanitarian and economic crisis in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Produced in collaboration with NPR, the film examines how the federal response, Wall Street and years of neglect have left the island struggling to survive. Watch online now.

July 24

“UN Sex Abuse Scandal” – New
Investigate claims of sex abuse by United Nations peacekeepers in the world’s conflict zones, and see how these allegations can be traced from Bosnia to Congo to the Central African Republic, with firsthand accounts from survivors, witnesses and officials. Watch online now.

July 31

“Separated: Children at the Border”
The inside story of what happened to immigrant children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. FRONTLINE explores the impact of the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy, and how both Trump and Obama dealt with minors at the border. Watch online now.

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It’s 1957, and Will Davenport has settled into his role as the vicar of Grantchester, preaching to a packed church. But Will’s faith will be thoroughly tested as he and Geordie are reminded once more that there’s darkness lurking in their little corner of Cambridgeshire.