Television Highlights

  • Masterpiece Classic: Mr. Selfridge, Season 3 The season begins Sunday, March 29 at 9 p.m. The third season of the popular…
  • Masterpiece Classic: Mr. Selfridge, Season 3 The season begins Sunday, March 29 at 9 p.m. The third season of the popular…
  • Call the Midwife, Season 4 The season begins Sunday, March 29 at 8 p.m. Season 4 finds the nurses, midwives…

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The season begins Sunday, March 29 at 9 p.m.

The third season of the popular series picks up the story in 1919. After the death of his beloved wife, Rose, Harry and his family attempt to move on with their lives. Henri returns from war, but struggles to adjust to life back at home, and an old enemy resurfaces. Join Mr. Selfridge and the staff for an exciting new season!

The season begins Sunday, March 29 at 8 p.m.

Season 4 finds the nurses, midwives and nuns from Nonnatus House in a new decade—the 1960s. A new nurse, Barbara Gilbert, joins Nonnatus, and after a less-than-ideal start, she earns the respect of her colleagues by helping a new mother overcome her struggles. Trixie is up against one of the most emotionally draining cases of her careers, and Sister Evangelina finally agrees to undergo tests for her abdominal pain. The Turners make a domestic deal that is uncharacteristic for the 1950s and 60s.

Tuesday, March 10 at 10 p.m.

In her newest PBS special, Christiane Northrup, M.D. challenges society's perceptions of aging, replacing the notion of decline and decrepitude with the profound understanding that growing older means an increase in wisdom and value. Combining in-depth research with her own clinical and life experiences, Dr. Northrup presents seven steps that every woman should take in her journey to growing older without aging.

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WNED-TV consistently ranks among the most-watched U.S. public television stations in prime time. Our popular line-up draws from PBS and various other sources, including the BBC and American Public Television. As a leading producer of single-topic documentaries, our national and regional broadcasts have been seen by millions of people across the continent, stimulating cultural and heritage tourism to the Buffalo/Niagara/Toronto region.