August brings the national US premieres of 26 series, seasons, and films from the UK, Ireland, and Canada, plus the local debuts of three British titles on public TV stations.
For updates about shows from the UK, Canada, and Ireland added to US linear TV and streaming channels throughout the month, see the British TV Viewing Guide.
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Industry: Season 2 (UK-US)
Following the events in Season 1, Season 2 of this drama opens a year after the height of the pandemic. The “back to work or else” mandate at Pierpoint & Co. has the trading floor more charged up and paranoid than ever, while new management from the US lights a fire under every employee. (For further details, read this article.) Industry: Season 2, an HBO Original, premieres in the US on Monday, August 1, at 9 PM ET/PT, on HBO, with streaming available on HBO Max.
All or Nothing: Arsenal (UK)
The latest installment of this sports docuseries centers on the iconic, London-based Arsenal Football Club, one of the biggest clubs in the world. With unprecedented access to players and staff, the series follows the club for a year, capturing the highs and lows of life on and off the pitch. All or Nothing: Arsenal, an Amazon Original, premieres globally on Thursday, August 4, exclusively on Prime Video. (You can add it to your stuff now.)
Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie (IE-UK)
Written, directed, presented, and narrated by Jim Sheridan (My Left Foot), this docuseries sees the six-time Oscar® nominee search for answers about the violent murder of French woman Sophie Toscan du Plantier at her holiday home in the Irish countryside in December 1996. (For further details, read this article.) Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie premieres in the US and Canada with its first two episodes on Thursday, August 4, exclusively on Topic. New episodes will debut weekly through August 25.
The Outlaws: Season 2 (UK)
Opening a few months after the Season 1 finale, the new season of this crime comedy-drama sees the outlaws still having time to serve on their sentences. However, they quickly realize that the criminal underworld isn’t done with them yet. The Outlaws: Season 2, an Amazon Original, premieres in the US on Friday, August 5, exclusively on Prime Video. (You can add it to your stuff now.)
The Sandman (US-UK)
Based on the beloved, award-winning DC comic series written by Neil Gaiman, this live-action fantasy series follows Morpheus (Tom Sturridge, The Hollow Crown), aka The Sandman, The King of Dreams, who embarks on a journey across different worlds and timelines to find what was stolen from him during his century-long imprisonment and to restore his power. With a cast that includes Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones), Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who), David Thewlis (“Harry Potter” films), Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Killing Eve), and Sanjeev Bhaskar (Unforgotten), The Sandman, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, August 5, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
My Life as a Rolling Stone (UK)
Tied to the 60th anniversary of iconic rock band The Rolling Stones, this four-part docuseries shows how the band created the blueprint for every budding rock band, and grew from young blues-loving hopefuls to a globally-recognized cultural brand. Each episode features an intimate portrait of one of the band’s charismatic members (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and the late Charlie Watts), exploring different dimensions of their personalities, their musical brilliance, and their cultural impact. My Life as a Rolling Stone premieres in the US on Sunday, August 7, exclusively on Epix.
Reel Britannia (UK)
This four-episode docuseries tells the story of modern British cinema in all of its vibrancy. Decade by decade from 1960, it combs through how cinema held a broken mirror up to society to reflect on the youth revolution of the ’60s, the grit of the ’70s, the social divide of the ’80s, the new hope of the ’90s, and the social disillusionment of the ’00s — examining British society, culture and beliefs through the lens of cinema. Reel Britannia, a BritBox Original, premieres in North America on Sunday, August 7, exclusively on BritBox.
A Discovery of Witches: Season 3: Creator Series (UK)
This seven-part series gives viewers an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the cast, the characters, and the magical world of A Discovery of Witches, the romantic thriller where vampires, witches, and daemons walk amongst us. Featuring stars Teresa Palmer and Matthew Goode, along with those who created the show, A Discovery of Witches: Season 3: Creator Series premieres in the US on Thursday, August 11, exclusively on Sundance Now.
Evil by Design: Exposing Peter Nygård (CA)
Based on the CBC’s investigative reporting and Evil by Design podcast, this three-part docuseries searches for the truth behind allegations of sexual assault against disgraced fashion designer Peter Nygård, and dissects the culture and events that enabled him to allegedly abuse his power for more than four decades. Featuring exclusive interviews with survivors and never-before-seen photos and video footage, Evil by Design: Exposing Peter Nygård premieres in the US on Friday, August 12, at 9 PM ET, on Starz. (Photo courtesy of Blue Ant Studios)
Rogue Agent (UK)
This thriller tells the chilling true story of Robert Freegard (James Norton, McMafia), a master manipulator and conman who kidnapped countless victims by convincing them he was an undercover MI5 operative. It’s a tale of lies, loyalty, gaslighting, fear, and hope, as well as of the investigation into and high-stakes manhunt for Freegard, which saved the life of his final victim, Alice Archer (Gemma Arterton, The King’s Man), a woman who fell for him and ultimately brought him down. Rogue Agent premieres in the US on Friday, August 12, on AMC+ — day and date with the film’s stateside cinema release.
The Princess (UK)
This documentary draws from contemporaneous archival audio and video footage to take audiences back to key events in the life of Princess Diana life as they happened, including her seemingly fairy-tale public courtship by and wedding to Prince Charles, the birth of their two sons, their bitter divorce, and Diana’s untimely death on August 31, 1997. (For additional details, read this article.) The Princess, an HBO Original, premieres in the US on Saturday, August 13, at 8 PM ET/PT, on HBO, with streaming available on HBO Max.
McDonald & Dodds: Season 3 (UK)
The mismatched yet effective detective duo of ambitious DCI Lauren McDonald (Tala Gouveia, Cold Feet) and unassuming DS Dodds (Jason Watkins, Hold the Sunset) investigate the mysterious deaths of a young Irishwoman, a famous Formula 1 driver, and a wealthy businessman in the new season of this hit mystery series. (For further details, read this article.) McDonald & Dodds: Season 3, a BritBox Original, premieres in North America on Tuesday, August 16, exclusively on BritBox. New episodes will debut weekly through August 30. (Video is from Season 2)
Junior Baking Show: Season 6 (UK)
In this kid-focused spinoff of The Great British Baking Show, the UK’s most talented young bakers give it their all to wow judges Liam Charles and Ravneet Gill with their cakes, biscuits, breads, and more, in their quest to win the championship title. Junior Baking Show: Season 6, a Netflix Series, premieres in the US on Wednesday, August 17, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.) (Photo courtesy of Netflix)
The Undeclared War (UK)
Set in 2024, this cyber thriller follows a team of GCHQ analysts who are secretly working to ward off a series of cyber-attacks on the UK in the run-up to a general election. When a routine stress test of internet infrastructure goes awry, the team tries to anticipate and stay one step ahead of their opponent’s every hidden move on the invisible frontier of high-stakes cyber warfare. (For further details, read this article.) The Undeclared War, a Peacock Original, premieres in the US as a binge drop on Thursday, August 18, exclusively on Peacock.
Bad Sisters (US-BE-UK)
Based on the Belgian series Clan, this dark comedy thriller follows the lives of the Garvey sisters, bound together by the premature death of their parents and a promise to always protect one another. Starring Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe), Anne-Marie Duff (The Salisbury Poisonings), Eva Birthistle (The Last Kingdom), Sarah Greene (Dublin Murders), and Eve Hewson (Behind Her Eyes), Bad Sisters, an Apple TV Original, premieres globally with its first two episodes on Friday, August 19, exclusively on Apple TV+. New episodes will debut weekly through October 14.
Glow Up: Season 4 (UK)
This competition series returns with ten new contestants, who will test the limits of their creativity as they tackle a variety of challenges in the hope of becoming the next big name in makeup. Glow Up: Season 4, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, August 19, exclusively on Netflix.
House of the Dragon (UK-US)
Based on George R.R. Martin’s novel Fire & Blood, this Game of Thrones prequel is set 200 years before the events of GoT, and tells the story of House Targaryen. The ten-episode fantasy drama stars Paddy Considine, Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, and Steve Toussaint, amongst others. (For images and details about their characters, read this article.) House of the Dragon, an HBO Original, premieres Sunday, August 21, on HBO, with streaming available on HBO Max.
This four-episode historical drama stars Maxine Peake (Silk) as Anne Williams, whose 15 year-old son, Kevin, was one of 96 football fans who lost their lives at the FA Cup semifinal between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest on 15 April 1989, a horrific event known as the Hillsborough Disaster. Refusing the verdict of accidental death and determined to learn the truth of what really happened at Hillsborough Stadium that day, Anne tracked down witnesses, sought medical advice, enlisted political support, and campaigned tirelessly for new inquests for Kevin and the other victims over the course of the next 24 years. Anne premieres in the US in its entirety on Monday, August 22, exclusively on Acorn TV.
The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe (UK)
Inspired by the nonfiction book of the same name, this true-crime drama tells the real-life story of John Darwin (Eddie Marsan, Ray Donovan), a former teacher and prison officer who faked his death in 2002 to fraudulently collect his life insurance payout and avoid bankruptcy. His wife, Anne (Monica Dolan, W1A), played the grieving widow while police investigated his disappearance, but their sons had no idea their father was actually hiding in the house next door. (For further details, read this article). The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe, a BritBox Original, premieres in North America on Tuesday, August 23, exclusively on BritBox.
Running with the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee (UK)
This documentary tells the story of John McAfee, the inventor of McAfee Anti-Virus software, a computer genius gone rogue, and a larger-than-life character, worth $100 million at his peak, who ran for President, escaped from prison multiple times, and claimed to have hacked the world. When his neighbor was murdered, McAfee went on the run and invited a film crew with him. Featuring never-before-broadcast footage of McAfee as he was pursued by the authorities, Running with the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Wednesday, August 24, exclusively on Netflix.
Everything I Know About Love (UK)
Based on Dolly Alderton‘s award-winning memoir, this 2012-set comedy-drama centers on childhood best friends Maggie (Emma Appleton, Traitors) and Birdy (Bel Powley, The Morning Show), along with their mates from uni, Amara (Aliyah Odoffin, Better Get Better) and Nell (Marli Siu, Alex Rider). The seven-episode series is an unflinching deep dive into bad dates, heartaches, and humiliations, and begs the question: Can platonic love survive romantic love as we grow up? Everything I Know About Love, a Peacock Original, premieres in the US as a binge drop on Thursday, August 25, exclusively on Peacock.
History 101: Season 2 (UK)
In the new season of this edutainment series, bite-sized history lessons investigate psychedelic drugs, weaponized lasers, bottled water, and more. History 101: Season 2, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, August 25, exclusively on Netflix. (Video is from Season 1)
The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family (UK)
This three-part docuseries follows the rise and fall of the Boleyn family dynasty, using insights from leading Tudor scholars and dramatic reenactments to bring the story to life. (For further details, read this article.) The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family premieres in the US on Sunday, August 28, at 8 PM ET, on PBS (check your local listings), with streaming available on all station-branded PBS platforms, including PBS.org and the PBS Video app, as well as on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel. (Photo courtesy of Mackenzie Quicke / BBC Studios)
Guilt: Season 2 (UK)
In the new season of this award-winning comedy-crime thriller, disgraced lawyer Max McCall (Mark Bonnar, Shetland) is released from prison and soon finds himself entangled in new difficulties as he tries to rebuild his life. Costarring Emun Elliot (The Paradise) and Phyllis Logan (Downton Abbey), Guilt: Season 2 premieres in the US on Sunday, August 28, at 9 PM ET, on PBS (check your local listings), with streaming available on all station-branded PBS platforms, including PBS.org and the PBS Video app, as well as on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel.
I Am a Killer: Season 3 (UK)
This docuseries returns with ten more death row inmates who recount their crimes and reflect on how their actions destroyed lives — including their own — while serving hard time for murder. I Am a Killer: Season 3, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Tuesday, August 30, exclusively on Netflix. (Image courtesy of Netflix)
I Came By (UK)
In this thriller, a graffiti artist who targets homes of the elite uncovers a twisted secret in a hidden basement, triggering events that put his loved ones in danger. Starring Kelly Macdonald (Giri/Haji), George MacKay (1917), and Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), I Came By, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, August 31, exclusively on Netflix. (Photo: Kelly Macdonald as Lizzie by Nick Wall/Netflix © 2022)
ADDITIONAL PREMIERE PROGRAMS TO CONSIDER
Welcome to Wrexham (US)
This docuseries tracks the dreams and worries of Wrexham, a working-class town in North Wales, as two Hollywood stars — Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) and Rob McElhenney (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) — take ownership of the Wrexham Red Dragons, the town’s historic yet struggling football club, which happens also to be the third oldest professional football club in the world. Welcome to Wrexham premieres in the US on Wednesday, August 24, on FX, with streaming available on Hulu starting August 25.
Select public TV stations and regional networks will begin airing the programs below on or after August 1, unless otherwise noted. Check you local listings or contact the station that serves your area for air dates and times. To request the shows, contact your public TV station or American Public Television.
Britain by Beach (UK)
In this four-episode docuseries, presenter Anita Rani (Countryfile) explores the beaches that define Britain — from some of its most popular and well known, to hidden gems off the beaten track. Locations featured include beaches in Yorkshire, Northumberland, Devon, Wales, and Scotland. Britain by Beach is confirmed for airing on Idaho Public Television, Iowa PBS, KQEH, KUED, Oregon Public Broadcasting, PBS North Carolina, WDSE, WPBS, and WQPT.
The Great Whale Rescue (UK)
Presented by John Bishop (Doctor Who), this documentary tells the incredible story of two beluga whales that were released from captivity into a wild ocean sanctuary, following every step of their complex and deeply moving journey. The Great Whale Rescue is confirmed for airing on Iowa PBS, KET (Kentucky Educational Television), KPBS, KPJK, KTCA, KUED, Montana PBS, PBS Wisconsin, WCET, WCVE, WDSE, WHUT, WIPB, WNEO, WPBS, WSBE, WSKG, WVPT, WXXI, and WyomingPBS.
Write Around the World with Richard E. Grant (UK)
In this three-episode docuseries, actor Richard E. Grant (Downton Abbey; Gosford Park) travels in the footsteps of notable authors whose works were inspired by the culture, cities, and landscapes of southern France, southern Italy, and southern Spain. Write Around the World with Richard E. Grant is confirmed for airing on KCET, KENW, KERA, KPBS, KQEH, KUED, Maryland Public Television, Oregon Public Broadcasting, PBS North Carolina, and WPTO.
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS BEING ADDED TO LINEAR TV
Broadchurch: Season 2 (UK)
Following the events in Season 1, Season 2 of this acclaimed mystery drama follows the continuing fallout of the murder of young Danny Latimer. Its eight episodes focus on the effects of Joe Miller’s (Matthew Gravelle, Keeping Faith) trial on his wife, local police officer Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman, The Crown), and the Latimer family, who struggle to achieve a normal life during the trial. Broadchurch: Season 2 begins airing Thursday, August 11, at 9 PM ET, on PBS (check your local listings).
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS BEING ADDED TO STREAMING SERVICES
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Acorn TV and its digital channels, including Acorn TV on Amazon.
Genius of the Ancient World (UK)
In this three-part docuseries, historian Bettany Hughes travels to India, Greece, and China on the trail of three giants of ancient philosophy: the Buddha, Socrates, and Confucius. As she profiles these great thinkers, she also shines a light on the overlooked significance of the 5th century BC in shaping modern thought across the world. Genius of the Ancient World begins streaming Monday, August 1.
Inside the Ritz Hotel London (UK)
Enter the world of The Ritz in London, one of the most famous hotels in the world, through this two-part docuseries. With cameras invited behind-the-scenes for the first time in nearly 40 years, it offers a glimpse into a glamorous, gilded world of afternoon tea, celebrity parties, and old-fashioned British gentility. Inside the Ritz Hotel London begins streaming Monday, August 15.
Inside the Bank of England (UK)
This two-part docuseries is about an economy on the edge. Following the shock referendum result of June 23, 2016, in which the UK voted to leave the EU, Britain’s economy went into free-fall, and the Bank of England declared itself ready to provide a staggering £250 billion of additional funds to support markets through a “period of uncertainty.” The story is told through the eyes of the Bank of England and its staff, as they work tirelessly to keep the country’s finances in check over one unprecedented year. Inside the Bank of England begins streaming Monday, August 29.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on BritBox and its digital channels, including BritBox on Amazon.
Brit Flicks Collection (UK)
All of the films listed below begin streaming Monday, August 1.
- About A Boy — Hugh Grant (Notting Hill) stars in this comedy-drama as Will, a rich, irresponsible, child-free 30-something Londoner who, in search of available women, invents an imaginary son and starts attending single parent meetings. As a result of one of his liaisons, he meets Marcus (Nicholas Hoult, The Great), an odd 12-year-old boy with problems at school. Gradually, Will and Marcus become friends, and as Will teaches Marcus how to be a cool kid, Marcus helps Will to finally grow up.
- Bean: The Movie — In this comedy, Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson, Johnny English) is an eccentric caretaker (not) working for the British National Gallery in London. Instead of getting fired, he is sent to Los Angeles, where museum curator David Langley (Peter MacNicol, Ally McBeal) thinks Mr. Bean is an art scholar. Mayhem ensues.
- The Constant Gardener — Based on John le Carré’s eponymous novel, this mystery drama sees activist Tessa Quayle (Rachel Weisz, Black Widow) found brutally murdered in a remote area of Northern Kenya. Instead of leaving matters to his colleagues at the British High Commission in Nairobi, her widower, Justin Quayle (Ralph Fiennes, The Grand Budapest Hotel), embarks on a personal odyssey that will take him across three continents to uncover and expose the truth, a conspiracy more far-reaching and deadly than he could ever have imagined.
- The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover — Set at a French restaurant, this drama centers on the titular characters: Chef Richard (Richard Bohringer, Le grand chemin), mobster Albert (Michael Gambon, Harry Potter), his long-suffering wife, Georgina (Helen Mirren, The Queen), and fellow diner Michael (Alan Howard, The Lord of the Rings), who becomes Georgina’s lover — a quartet who, when they come together, unleash a torrent of sex, food, murder, and revenge.
- The Ipcress File — One of Sir Michael Caine’s signature roles is British spy Harry Palmer. In this spy thriller based on the Len Deighton novel, Harry must navigate his way through criminals, secret agents, and his superiors in order to investigate the kidnappings and brainwashed reappearances of top scientists, including Dr. Radcliffe (Aubrey Richards, Doctor Who).
- Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life — In this comedy feature, the Monty Python troupe attempts to shed light on the significance of existence and the perpetually-unanswered questions that torment us all. However, as they leave no stone unturned to unearth one’s purpose in this mortal world, a puzzling metaphysical question remains: In the end, what is the meaning of life?
- Mr. Bean’s Holiday — After the clumsy but well-meaning Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson, Maigret) wins a trip to the French Riviera from a church fundraiser, the lovable man-child Londoner sets off for a relaxing holiday in Cannes. But it isn’t long before his dreamy vacations turns into a series of unforeseen disasters.
- Pride and Prejudice (2005) — Unfolding in the class-conscious England of the late 18th century, this drama, based on the Jane Austen novel, follows the five Bennet sisters — including strong-willed Elizabeth (Keira Knightley, Love Actually) and shy Jane (Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl) — whose mother raised them to have but one purpose in life: to find a husband. When Elizabeth meets Mr. Darcy (Matthew Macfadyen, Succession), one amongst the sophisticated circle of friends of the wealthy bachelor who moved into a nearby mansion, a battle brews between them.
Extras: Seasons 1-2 + Special Finale (UK)
Created by and starring Ricky Gervais (The Office, After Life) and Stephen Merchant (The Barking Murders, The Outlaws), this comedy series revolves around the mundane tedium of life as a lowly supporting artist. Costarring Ashley Jensen (Ugly Betty, Catastrophe) and featuring an array of guest stars that includes Kate Winslet (Titanic) and Ben Stiller (Zoolander), the complete Extras series begins streaming Friday, August 5.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Crackle.
Between the Lines: Season 1 (UK)
This BAFTA TV Award winner for Best Drama Series centers on Tony Clark (Neil Pearson, “Bridget Jones” films), a high-flying Detective Chief Inspector (later Detective Superintendent), whose career takes a sudden turn in an unwelcome direction when he is assigned to the Complaints Investigation Bureau at Scotland Yard to help root out serious corruption at his police station. Costarring Siobhan Redmond (Queens of Mystery) and Tom Georgeson (Resnick: Rough Treatment, see below), Between the Lines: Season 1 begins streaming Monday, August 1.
Merseybeat: Seasons 2-4 (UK)
This police procedural series follows a team of dedicated officers at the (fictional) Newton Park police station in Merseyside, England, who struggle to maintain their humor and compassion while dealing with the everyday challenges of their personal and professional lives. The ensemble cast includes Haydn Gwynne (Peak Practice), John McArdle (Emmerdale Farm), and Jonathan Kerrigan (Heartbeat), amongst others. Merseybeat: Seasons 2 & 3 begin streaming Monday, August 1, with Season 4 becoming available on Thursday, August 4.
Messiah: Seasons 2, 3 & 5 (UK)
Dark and at times frightening, the Messiah mystery-crime thriller series is inspired by Boris Starling’s novel Messiah (on which Season 1 is based). Seasons 1-4 star Ken Stott (Rebus, Crime) as DCI Red Metcalfe, with Marc Warren (Van der Valk, Snatch) taking over the lead in Season 5 as DCI Joseph Walker. Each season follows the police as they search for a different serial killer. Messiah: Seasons 2, 3 & 5 begin streaming Monday, August 1. (Season 2 dropped early and is already available.)
Resnick: Lonely Hearts (UK)
Adapted by John Harvey from his novel Lonely Hearts, Book 1 in his “Charlie Resnick Mystery” series, this crime drama miniseries stars two-time Oscar® nominee Tom Wilkinson (Michael Clayton, In the Bedroom) as Detective Inspector Charlie Resnick, an elaborate sandwich and jazz-loving copper in Nottingham. In this story, his skills are tested by a homicide case, with things getting a bit more complicated after a second woman is found murdered, leading Resnick to believe there’s a link between the two victims: the personals column in the local newspaper. Resnick: Lonely Hearts begins streaming Monday, August 1.
Resnick: Rough Treatment (UK)
Based on Rough Treatment, Book 2 in the “Charlie Resnick Mystery” series, DI Charlie Resnick (Tom Wilkinson) is on the hunt for unorthodox burglars Grice (Tom Georgeson, Bleak House) and Grabianski (Jim Carter, Downton Abbey), who find more than they bargained for in an apparently deserted home. Resnick: Rough Treatment begins streaming Monday, August 1.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on IFC Films Unlimited and its digital channels, including IFC Films Unlimited on Amazon, as well as on the AMC+ streaming bundle and AMC+ on Amazon.
The Trip to Greece (UK)
In this fourth installment of the Michael Winterbottom-directed “The Trip” comedy-drama films (adapted from the TV series The Trip), Steve Coogan (Convicted: The Case of Stephen Lawrence) and Rob Brydon (Gavin & Stacey) again portray fictionalized versions of themselves who continue their culinary travels, this time in Greek cities. The Trip to Greece begins streaming Wednesday, August 24.
Titles in this section begin streaming on the dates shown below on Shudder and its digital channels, including Shudder on Amazon, as well as on the AMC+ streaming bundle and AMC+ on Amazon.
In this horror thriller, single mother Kate (Lora Burke, Lifechanger) and her daughter, Beth (Tessa Kozma, Christmas in Washington), live in an isolated farmhouse in the woods. When their home is invaded, Kate is forced to do whatever it takes to defend her child. Motherly begins streaming Tuesday, August 9.
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