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Acorn TV June 2023 Schedule Announced

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

The Acorn TV June 2023 schedule includes Acorn TV Originals such as Happy Valley Season 3, Cannes Confidential, and Lost: Those Who Kill.

The Acorn TV June 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 June 2023 Schedule Announced


Happy Valley Season 3 – New Episodes Premiere on Acorn TV and AMC+ Every Monday Through June 26
In the epic and unmissable final season, Sergeant Catherine Cawood (Sarah Lancashire, Julia, Last Tango in Halifax) discovers the remains of a gangland murder victim, sparking a chain of events that unwittingly leads her straight back to murderer and rapist Tommy Lee Royce (James Norton, McMafia, Little Women).

Catherine’s grandson Ryan (Rhys Connah, The Runaways) is now sixteen and has ideas of his own about what kind of relationship he wants to have with Tommy, the man Catherine still refuses to acknowledge as his father. Still battling the seemingly never-ending problem of drugs in the valley and those who supply them, Catherine is on the cusp of retirement. Will she solve this final case?

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Cannes Confidential (Acorn TV Original) – New Series Premieres Monday, June 26
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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Lost: Those Who Kill (Acorn TV US Exclusive) – Binge Premieres Monday, June 5
Criminal profiler Louise Bergstein is on edge after her most recent case, battling debilitating insomnia when a Copenhagen couple is brutally murdered outside their home. Determined to track down the killer, she teams up with police investigator Frederik Havgaard.

All evidence points to a young man called Bjørn with a dark and desperate past, and when Bjørn’s sister’s baby is abducted and Bjørn is found dead, the case is closed and Louise leaves the city for a fresh start in Jutland. Three years later, she’s dragged back onto the case when a new suspect is linked to the killings, reawakening the dreadful truth and traumas of the past.

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


Happy Valley, Season 3 – New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays
Episode 3
Catherine (Sarah Lancashire, Yesterday, Julia) confronts Clare (Siobhan Finneran, Downton Abbey, The Other One) and presents Ryan (Rhys Connah) with an ultimatum. Faisal (Amit Shaw) and Joanna (Mollie Winnard) hatch a plan that takes an unexpected turn.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode Weekly on Mondays
Episode 12: “The Porcelain Maiden”
Higgins (Lachlan Murdoch) enlists Watts (Daniel Maslany) help after he messes up the courier delivery of a horse statue for some very dangerous thugs.

Catherine Cookson’s Tilly Trotter
Set in 1830’s rural England, Tilly Trotter is the compelling story of a courageous young girl envied by women for her beauty, lusted after by men, accused of witchcraft and forced to rise above the prejudice of many people in the community in which she lives.

Lost: Those Who Kill (Acorn TV Exclusive) | EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | BINGE
Criminal profiler Louise Bergstein is on edge after her recent case, but when a couple is brutally murdered, she’s determined to find the killer. As she teams up with police investigator Frederik Havgaard, soon Louise must face the darkness again. *Danish-language


Happy Valley, Season 3 – New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays
Episode 4
As Tommy’s (James Norton, Little Women, McMafia) big day approaches, Catherine (Sarah Lancashire, Yesterday, Julia) becomes suspicious, and Ryan (Rhys Connah) finds a new way to defy her.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode Weekly on Mondays
Episode 13: “Vengeance Makes The Man”
Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) must prove Brackenreid’s (Thomas Craig) innocence when he’s framed for murder by a vengeful foe.

WPC 56, Season 2 | BINGE
WPC Gina Dawson (Jennie Jacques, Vikings) continues to make her mark as the first and only policewoman on the Brinford beat. With a few fresh faces in the station, it’s business as usual as Gina and the men deal with teenage runaways, Teddy Boys and petty criminals.

However, the lines of the law start to blur when the hunt for a killer draws our team into the criminal underworld of shady boxing clubs, brothels and nightclubs all run by a ruthless gangster, as dangerous as he is untouchable. And the unwanted attention of a senior officer pushes Gina to cross a line which could mean the end of her career forever.


Happy Valley, Season 3 – New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays
Episode 5
Catherine (Sarah Lancashire, Yesterday, Julia) races to protect her family. A murder investigation begins.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 (Acorn TV Exclusive) – New Episode Weekly on Mondays
Episode 14: “Murdoch At The End Of The World”
Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) investigates the stabbing death of a doomsayer on the eve of Halley’s Comet.

City of Vice | BINGE
London, 1753. As the new Magistrates of Westminster, novelist Henry Fielding (Ian McDiarmid, Star Wars films) and his blind half-brother John want to set up a police force to tackle London’s soaring crime epidemic.

They find a potential patron in Lord Newcastle, the Prime Minister’s brother, but he is unsure of such a force’s merits. With the help of Saunders Welch, the High Constable of Holborn, the brothers set out to show Newcastle they can rid the streets of the violent criminal gangs.

Rosamunde Pilcher’s Summer Solstice (Acorn TV Exclusive)
While organist Oscar Blundell (Jan Niklas) and actress Elfrida Phipps (Sinead Cusack) move into a common home, Countess Lucinda Rhives (Honor Blackman) has rebuilt her castle, wonderfully situated at the seaside, into a hotel under the direction of Carrie (Lara Joy Körner) and Sam (Jason Durr). Carrie’s and Sam’s relationship is strained by their being under pressure to succeed.

Beside this there was published in Sam’s newspaper ‘Langmore & Highland Gazette’ without his permission an article which accuses the American bestseller author Alexia White (Jacqueline Bisset) of plagiarism. Alexia threatens to go to court which could be the ruin of Sam.

In this tense situation Carrie finds out that she is pregnant. To take some of the strain off her Sam employs against her wishes the hotel manager Leo Berger (Bjoern Casapietra). But Carrie is afraid to be gotten rid of. She fights for Sam, her job and – when she is stopped violently by a breakdown – above all for her child.


Cannes Confidential (Acorn TV Original) | EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays
Episode 1, “Death of a Jester”
Cannes detective Camille Delmasse (Lucie Lucas) is trying to solve the murder of a young street artist known as the Jester. During the investigation with her trusted sidekick Lea Robert (Tamara Marthe), Camille keeps running into the charming, but equally shady art collector Harry King (Jamie Bamber). It appears the dead artist had many enemies.

Meanwhile, Camille’s father, the respected former Chief of police Philippe Delmasse is about to be cleared from corruption charges. But there are secrets being unraveled: Harry isn’t really an art collector, and regarding Philippe, Camille’s world is about to be turned upside down. Does Harry know who is behind the framing of her father Philippe? Camille intends to find out.

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Happy Valley, Season 3 | SERIES FINALE | New Episode Premieres Weekly on Mondays
Episode 6
On Catherine’s (Sarah Lancashire, Yesterday, Julia) final shift, scores are settled for good and Ryan (Rhys Connah) faces a moral dilemma.

Murdoch Mysteries, Season 16 – New Episode Weekly on Mondays
Episode 15: “Breaking Ranks”
Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) suspects malfeasance and murder in the apparent drowning of a military recruit.

WPC 56, Season 3 | BINGE
It’s 1956 and fresh-faced WPC Annie Taylor (Claudia Jessie, Bridgerton) is the one and only female officer in the Brinford Police. Trailblazer WPC Gina Dawson has now moved on to pastures new in the Met, leaving Annie to walk the very same beat, but with a rhythm all of her own. Hailing from a respected police family this way of life is in Annie’s blood, but as the first woman amongst them to join up she has big shoes to fill, not least of all her father’s.

Annie is determined to be the best policewoman she can be, and with the same old attitudes to contend with at work and at home, it’ll be an uphill struggle. But Annie Taylor is gutsy and tenacious; she’s never given up on anything in her life, and she’s not about to start now…