What's New and Notable on Link TV

New dramas, documentaries and films are now here on Link TV. Discover the whole lineup below!
Get ready for new dramas, documentaries and films on Link TV.
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You let us know, and we listened! In the next couple months, Link TV will bring a new batch of thrilling and touching dramas, eye-opening documentaries from "Foreign Correspondent" and "Four Corners," and critically-acclaimed foreign films on "Cinemondo" available to watch and stream.

For the full lineup of what's to come, see below for airdates, trailers and more.

Premiering in October

Who Died?


— Mondays, 8 p.m. ET/PT starting Oct. 18
Stream episodes for 2 weeks after premiere at linktv.org, Roku, Apple TV

A romantic comedy set in the most unlikely of places — the oncology department.
Who Died? (Preview)

A romantic comedy set in the most unlikely of places — the oncology department. The series follows the relationship, little fights and squabbles of a young couple that might seem odd when compared to the more pressing battle for their lives. Their unique connection sparks the first steps in a journey that runs the full gamut of emotions — from moments of great happiness to frightening lows, but mostly full of love and optimism.

Bête Noire


— Mondays, 9 p.m. ET/PT starting Oct. 18
Stream episodes for 2 weeks after premiere at linktv.org, Roku, Apple TV

"Bete Noire" explores what happens in his family and community when a 16-year-old Jeremy commits a school shooting.
Bête Noire (Preview)

With the help of the psychiatrist-coroner in charge of the investigation, Jeremy's mom tries to understand how her son, a seemingly trouble-free boy, could commit such a hateful crime. What triggered this nightmare? When did everything change? Together, the two women set out on a mission to unravel the mystery.

Cinemondo, Season 4


— New film every Friday at 9 p.m. ET/PT starting Oct. 28
Stream episodes for 2 weeks after premiere at linktv.org, Roku, Apple TV

"Cinemondo" brings international cinema to Link TV's foreign movie fans.
Cinemondo 2021 (Preview)

The fourth season of this international film series "Cinemondo" features a curated collection of 15 award-winning or award-nominated films, including "Lost in Paris,"" Aya of Yop City," "Out of Tune," and more, bringing cinema from around the world to foreign movie fans. The weekly series is one of the few destinations for cinephiles to watch quality foreign films produced to bridge cultural divides and promote understanding of the broader world.

Premiering in November

Foreign Correspondent


— Sundays, 8 p.m. ET/PT starting Nov. 7
Stream episodes for 2 weeks after premiere at linktv.org, Roku, Apple TV

A new season of Foreign Correspondent begins November.
Foreign Correspondent 2021 (Preview)

"Foreign Correspondent" reporters have journeyed to more than 170 countries to cover war, natural disasters, and social and political upheaval. In a new season, pressing topics like a woman's right to choose, the inside story of Alexei Navalny's mission to take on Putin, and a follow up to the immigration crisis on the U.S. border are explored through the lives of ordinary individuals whose struggles and triumphs help to explain the bigger picture. Follow the journalists reporting on major international issues and telling the stories governments want censored.

Four Corners

— Sundays, 9 p.m. ET/PT starting Nov. 7
Stream episodes for 2 weeks after premiere at linktv.org, Roku, Apple TV

Since 1961, Four Corners has exposed scandals, triggered inquiries, fired debate, and confronted taboos. This season's provocative new investigations shed light on the growing space race between billionaires, the rise of Tik Tok and its big-data mining, the world's most dangerous conspiracy theory, and more give viewers into our most pressing global issues.

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