An overhead shot of a man dressed as Julius Caesar.

Caesar (Andonis Anthony)

Credit: Laurence Cendrowicz, BBC Studios

Next week, Finding Your Roots shakes the family trees of two new fascinating figures, we look at how one man upended 500 years of democracy and much more. Take a look at what's coming up!

All Creatures Great and Small: Season 4 Marathon - Sunday, March 31 from 9 AM to 6 PM

If you missed any of season 4, settle in on Sunday for a cozy marathon of this new classic. As the season begins, it’s Spring 1940 and with Europe at war, the community in Darrowby are pulling together more than ever before.

Independent Lens: A Thousand Pines - Monday, April 1 at 11 PM

Over the course of a grueling eight months, a crew of Oaxacan guest workers plant trees throughout the United States. This intimate portrait shows how hard it is to balance the physical demands of reforestation and extreme isolation while staying connected to the family back home.

Finding Your Roots: In the Blood - Tuesday, April 2 at 8 PM

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the roots of actor Michael Douglas & writer-director Lena Dunham. Both are the children of famous artists, but their family trees contain a cast of fascinating characters whose lives were forgotten - until now.

Julius Caesar: The Making of a Dictator - Tuesday, April 2 at 9 PM

Witness the dramatic story of how nearly five centuries of ancient Roman democracy was overthrown in just 16 years… by one man. This is the story of a brazen, ambitious power-grab that saw Julius Caesar consolidate the vast power of Rome in his own hands.

NOVA: Great American Eclipse - Wednesday, April 3 at 8 PM

Explore the spectacular cosmic phenomenon of a total solar eclipse. In April 2024, the Moon’s shadow is sweeping from Texas to Maine, as the U.S. witnesses its last total eclipse until 2044, and scientists scramble to unlock the secrets of our Sun.

A Brief History of the Future - Wednesday, April 3 at 9 PM

Renowned futurist Ari Wallach hosts this unique six-part documentary series about our futures and how we can reimagine them. The show invites viewers on a journey around the world that is filled with discovery, hope and possibility about where we find ourselves today and what could come next.