Susanna (center) and four guests in Casa Susanna's living room. Circa 1962. 

Susanna (center) and four guests in Casa Susanna's living room. Circa 1962. 

Credit: Courtesy of Collection of Cindy Sherman

Next week, American Experience takes a moving look inside a secret world where the persecuted found freedom and acceptance. Take a look at what’s coming up!

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Rick Steves’ Europe: Art of the Baroque Age - Monday, June 26 at 7 PM

In the 1600s and 1700s, the art of "divine" kings and popes — and of revolutionaries and Reformers — tells the story of a Europe in transition. In the Catholic south, Baroque bubbled over with fanciful decoration and exuberant emotion. In the Protestant north, art was more sober and austere. And in France, the excesses of godlike kings gave way to revolution, Napoleon, and cerebral Neoclassicism.

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Inside the Warren Commission - Monday, June 26 at 10 PM

The Warren Report is perhaps the most misunderstood document in modern American history. Based on new evidence, this documentary showcases the personalities, politics and challenges that made the investigation of President Kennedy’s assassination one of the most controversial of our time.

POV: After Sherman - Monday, June 26 at 11 PM

Returning to the coastal South Carolina land that his family purchased after emancipation, filmmaker Jon-Sesrie Goff's desire to explore his Gullah/Geechee roots transforms into a poetic investigation of Black inheritance, trauma, and generational wisdom, amidst the violent tensions that define America's collective history.

American Experience: Casa Susana - Tuesday, June 27 at 9 PM

Visit the Catskills hideaway where, in the 1950s and 60s, an underground network of transgender women and cross-dressing men found refuge. A moving look inside a secret world where the persecuted found freedom and acceptance.

Austin City Limits: Lyle Lovett and his Large Band - Monday, June 19 at 10 PM

One of music’s most vibrant and iconic performers, the Grammy Award-winning Lovett is accompanied by his 16-piece band for an entertaining hour of new songs and extraordinary musicianship. 

Father Brown: Season 10 - Saturday, July 1 at 6:30 PM

Based on the short stories by G. K. Chesterton, Father Brown follows the kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community. In the season premiere, Brenda finds love at the home of a clock collector, but has she fallen for a killer?

Mary Berry Love to Cook - Saturday, July 1 at 8 PM

Across six delightful episodes, Mary Berry will meet Britain’s most passionate cooks, growers and makers; share their inspirational stories and have a taste of their delicious dishes and produce - revealing the power food has to bring us joy, change lives, shape futures and transform fortunes.