Evening TV Schedules

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PBS 6 for July 7, 2024

Time
Show
7 p.m.
Professor T (Uk) : A Little Drop of PoisonWatch online with AZPM Passport
Out of prison, the Professor is desperate to get back to work.
8 p.m.
Grantchester on Masterpiece : SEASON 9, EPISODE 4Watch online with AZPM Passport
Alphy attends a manor fundraiser, festivities are cut short when a body is found in the basement.
9 p.m.
D.I. Ray : A Test of WillsWatch online with AZPM Passport
The investigation takes an emotional toll on Rachita as she questions who she can trust.
10 p.m.
Luisa Spagnoli: Queen of Chocolate : EPISODE 3Watch online with AZPM Passport
Unable to stop Luisa, Cravero launches an assault to put the Spagnolis out of business.

PBS Kids for July 7, 2024

Time
Show
8 p.m.
Wild Kratts: Creatures of the Deep Sea The Wild Kratts team ventures to the Deep Sea, the last creature frontier, in a Deep Sea Explorer.
9 p.m.
Cyberchase : Digit's B-Day Surprise Hacker convinces Digit that he is his friend, when the gang seems to have forgotten his birthday.
10 p.m.
Rosie's Rules : The Family Hammock/Iggys Birthday Cake Abuela sends the Fuentes Family a hammock. / Rosie & Javi mess up Iggy's birthday cake.

PBS 6 Plus for July 7, 2024

Time
Show
8 p.m.
Dynamic Planet : WaterWatch online with AZPM Passport
An extraordinary team of marine experts dive into the impacts of our warming planet on our oceans.
9 p.m.
Hope in the Water : Changing the MenuWatch online with AZPM Passport
With our population growing, the food demand rises, challenging people to diversify what they eat.
10 p.m.
Benjamin Franklin : An AMERICAN (1775-1790)Watch online with AZPM Passport
In wartime Philadelphia, Franklin helps Thomas Jefferson craft the Declaration of Independence
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