New Season!
Sunday Night British dramas are back on WHYY-TV 12.

Cozy up for allnew episodes of your favorite mysteries and Masterpiece dramas, returning to WHYY on Sunday nights this winter.  

Miss Scarlet and The Duke | 8 p.m. 

Follow the only female detective in Victorian London on her compelling investigations. This season, Eliza finds herself in fresh and surprising mysteries, from a disappearing magician to police corruption, as she struggles to build her detective agency. Growing competition from a rival agency creates new problems, all while she is juggling her relationship with Inspector William Wellington, the Duke. And she has a new challenge on that front: a beautiful woman from her childhood has caught the Duke’s eye. 

 Watch Miss Scarlet and The Duke, Season 3 on Sundays, January 8 – February 12 

All Creatures Great and Small | 9 p.m. 

Return to bucolic Berkshire Dales, where wedding bells chime and animal ailments abound. The new season begins in spring 1939 as James and Helen prepare to walk down the aisle. Should their wedding go off without a hitch — yeah, right — James will have a new wife and a new stake in the business. The pressure is on, and while his scheme to participate in the government’s practice to test for TB in cattle will expand the veterinary practice, it could put James on the outs with local farmers. 

 Watch All Creatures Great and Small, Season 3 on Sundays, January 8 – February 19 

Vienna Blood | 10 p.m.

Escape to the intrigue of 1900s Vienna. Working together in a crime-solving partnership, brilliant young English doctor Max Liebermann and tenacious Detective Inspector Oskar Rheinhardt investigate a series of unusual and disturbing murders. Max’s extraordinary skills of psychological perception and Oskar’s forceful determination help them solve some of Vienna’s most mysterious cases. 

 Watch Vienna Blood, Season 3 on Sundays, January 8 – February 12 

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