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Acorn TV July 2023 Schedule Announced

Acorn TV has announced the titles that are coming to the AMC-owned streaming service in July. The Acorn TV July 2023 lineup adds to the service’s wide variety of acclaimed English and foreign-language dramas, engaging comedies, documentaries and more.

The Acorn TV July 2023 schedule includes Acorn TV Originals such as Cannes Confidential, London Kills Season 4, The Best of Us, Murdoch Mysteries Season 16, and The Fall.

The Acorn TV July 2023 titles are available at Acorn.TV and on Prime Video Channels, Apple TV, Roku, YouTube TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Xfinity, iOS, Android, Cox, and more.

Acorn TV July 2023 Schedule Announced


Cannes Confidential (Acorn TV Original) – New Episodes Premiere Mondays Through July 10
Set in the Cote d’Azur, Cannes Confidential is a blue-sky, romantic crime series starring French TV-drama actor Lucie Lucas (Clem, Porto and Gloria), Jamie Bamber (Strike Back, Marcella, Battlestar Galactica), and singer/actor Tamara Marthe (Profilage). The series centers on the relationship between an idealistic, local underdog female cop (Lucas) and an ex-conman (Bamber).

The pair are forced into an unlikely — and surprisingly successful — crime-fighting partnership, which sees them solve a murder case in each close-ended episode. However, the drama’s arc focuses on the main character’s quest to find the criminals who framed her father, a local-hero police officer who was jailed for a crime he did not commit.

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London Kills Season 4 (Acorn TV Original) – Binge Premieres Monday, July 10
Detective Inspector David Bradford has always been a maverick, but his behavior is spinning out of control. When Detective Sergeant Vivienne Cole pulls him up on his conduct, he announces that their professional relationship is over – and then he goes AWOL.

When Vivienne tracks David down and demands he explain his behavior, what he reveals knocks her sideways. Starring Hugo Speer (Britannia), Sharon Small (Trust Me), Bailey Patrick (Casualty) and newcomer Tori Allen-Martin.

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The Best of Us – Binge Premiere Monday July 24
In this French-language crime drama, the case is as gripping as the scenery is stunning.

When the murder of a local hero rocks a small Alpine village, no-nonsense cop Awa Sissako (Mariama Gueye) is sent from the Parisian suburbs to investigate and is forced to face her own demons in the process.


A look at the full Acorn TV July 2023 premiere schedule.

Acorn TV July 2023


Cannes Confidential (Acorn TV Original) – EXCLUSIVE PREMIERES | New Episodes on Mondays
Episode 3, “A Clear Conscience”
A monk is found murdered below the fort Royal on the St Marguerite Island outside Cannes. The infamous island that housed the Man with the iron mask. Who killed the monk and why?

Camille (Lucie Lucas, Porto) and Harry (Jamie Bamber, Battlestar Galactica) cross paths once again, making Lea jealous. Harry’s old friend Father Placid was a mentor to the dead monk, and Camille and Lea have to track down the victim’s troubled past in order to find the answers.

Harry is one step ahead but gets in over his head, having to rely on Camille’s help to stay alive. Meanwhile her father’s nemesis Julien Boire (Hugo Brunswick, The Black Box) makes it even more personal by approaching Camille’s sister Margaux. His warning to Camille is clear — stop digging or else.

Episode 4, “The Deadlier Species”
Boire tries to run Camille (Lucie Lucas, Porto) off the road, but she manages to visit her father Philippe in prison. Camille and Lea are ordered to babysit arms-dealer and billionaire Leo Duval at The Majestic. Duval has been facing death threats, and it is rumored that the legendary assassin Nightshade is hired to kill him.

Problem is that the Nightshade hasn’t been seen for fifteen years. Harry (Jamie Bamber, Battlestar Galactica) acts as the guide and encyclopedia trying to stop the assassin, something that brings Camille and Harry closer.

When the dead body of a former MI6 operative shows up, Camille realizes the Nightshade is still alive. The riddle gets even more complex as the night closes in. There are stronger motives than money.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode on Mondays
Episode 16, “An Avoidable Hinder”
Murdoch is cornered in an alley by Leo O’Rourke, a former coworker from a logging camp. Just released after serving a 32-year sentence for murder, he wants Murdoch to exonerate him. Unfortunately, other than court records, there’s no evidence beyond old testimonies.

Murdoch takes him to see fellow former logger, Stanley Mead who offers nothing new to the story of a love triangle and fight gone horribly awry. O’Rourke is disappointed, especially when Murdoch says he doesn’t trust his innocent given his guilty plea. But when O’Rourke is shot at his halfway house, Murdoch realizes there’s more to the story.

The Fall, Seasons 1-3 BINGE
Metropolitan Police Superintendent Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson, The X-Files), a senior investigating officer who reviews investigations, is seconded to the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) to assess the progress of a murder investigation that has remained active for longer than 28 days.

When it becomes apparent that a serial killer is on the loose, local detectives must work with Stella to find and capture Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan, Fifty Shades pf Grey), who is attacking young professional women in the city of Belfast. As time passes Stella’s team works tirelessly to build a case but they are met with complications inside and outside the PSNI.


Cannes Confidential (Acorn TV Original) – EXCLUSIVE PREMIEREs |New Episodes on Mondays
Episode 5, “Southern Gothic”
Pascal, the son of the famous conductor Francois Fontaine, is found hanged after a seance. The Fontaine family are supposedly cursed, due to the tragic fate of the victim’s mother Babette who died in a mental asylum.

Everybody but Camille (Lucie Lucas, Porto) that is, she doesn’t believe in ghosts. Camille, Lea and Harry (Jamie Bamber, Battlestar Galactica) join forces to catch the killer, and have to go through shady mediums, news archives and scorned lovers to find the truth.

A true southern gothic story, where nothing is what it seems. During all this, Camille and Harry try to lure Boire (Hugo Brunswick, The Black Box) into a trap, something that will have dire consequences. Especially for Lea. In the end, Camille also realizes why Harry is in Cannes.

Episode 6, “Love and Let Die”
During the Cannes film festival, Camille (Lucie Lucas, Porto) and Lea are assigned a murder case of famous actress Celeste Badeau’s assistant Zina. Was the movie star the intended target? The prime suspect is the notorious paparazzi Miko Zajac blackmailing Celeste, but why?

During the investigation Lea meets Zina’s girlfriend and Lea’s former lover Eloise, and Camille sees that it affects her. Meanwhile Harry’s daughter Emily has been threatened by Boire (Hugo Brunswick, The Black Box), and he decides to stop the thug once and for all.

Harry breaks into Boire’s office and finds alarming evidence that will shock Camille. Her father Philippe is about to be released, and Harry must walk a fine line trying to protect Camille from ending up in the line of fire.

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London Kills, Season 4 (Acorn TV Original) – EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | BINGE
Rob wakes up in his car next to a dead body – and is arrested on suspicion of murder. As the team fight to clear his name, David and Vivienne’s past comes back to haunt them.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episodes Weekly on Mondays
Episode 17, “The Battle of Gentleman Jones”
After a hobo is shot near a rail camp, Murdoch (Yannick Bisson, Baking All The Way) is alerted by Watts, who was hired to infiltrate the community to find the victim, who had come into an inheritance. Their only lead is a “ghost coin,” an intricately defaced nickel in his pocket.

When another hobo is killed, Murdoch notices strange symbols, which are part of a hobo language, and suspects a sequential killer. But the only way to properly investigate is to have an inside man, something Watts refuses until he realizes Murdoch will likely enlist someone else less capable who would stand out as a target.


Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episodes Weekly on Mondays
Episode 18, “Virtue and Vice”
Murdoch investigates the bludgeoning murder of a respected art deal who was in possession of an illicit cache of erotic drawings. As Crabtree (Johnny Harris) catalogues the evidence, he’s stunned by the array and accuracy of images of naked women, men, and men and women in flagrante delicto.

Brackenreid (Thomas Craig, Inspector Morse) is nonplussed by the salaciousness so when Murdoch needs someone to infiltrate a book shop and pose as a buyer of pornographic art, the inspector is the obvious choice. Meanwhile, after Ogden (Helene Joy) examines a woman clearly abused by her husband, she tries to save her from a brutal and politically powerful spouse.


Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode Weekly on Mondays
Episode 19, “Whatever Happened to Abigail Prescott”
With Ogden sentenced to three years in prison for the death of Abigail Prescott, the abused wife of a nefarious Alderman she was trying to help, Murdoch fears for the future of his wife and child. Though a page was missing from the police report, Effie’s efforts to reopen the case hit a dead end.

Convinced the Alderman received a call from his wife the night of her laudanum overdose, and that he likely administered it, Murdoch pursues the cocky politician with a vengeance. Unfortunately, in the absence of new evidence, the grounds for appeal are diminishing quickly.

The Best of Us (Acorn TV Exclusive) – EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | BINGE
Abel Guerin, a brilliant biathlete is found dead on the training field. Young Captain Awa Sissako is dispatched to assist Lieutenant Salvi on the case.

She must quickly find out what happened to Abel before the start of the World Cup. (French Language)


Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode Weekly on Mondays
Episode 20, “Just Desserts”
On the eve of her exoneration, Ogden is a dinner guest at the home of Warden Hymus, his wife, daughter Lauren and her fiancé, Leslie Garland (Giacomo Gianniotti). Ogden’s surprise encounter with her unseemly former brother-in-law leads to a frosty exchange, but things get extremely heated when the Warden is stabbed with a steak knife just before the Baked Alaska.

But after she locks away the weapon and takes everyone’s fingermarks, someone breaks into the cupboard and removes it. Meanwhile, Hart and Isaiah Buchanan are at a black fraternity dance when a seemingly healthy student mysteriously drops dead outside.