A woman lying on a bed talking on a cell phone looking into a laptop screen.

Lucy Lawless stars in My Life is Murder.

Credit: American Public Television

Next week, Lucy Lawless stars as a not-so-retired cop in the premiere of a brand-new mystery series from Australia. Take a look at what’s coming up!

POV: Is There Anybody Out There? - Monday, July 8 at 11 PM

Born with a rare disability, filmmaker Ella Glendining wonders if there is anyone who can share the experience of living in a body like hers. This simple question - one which non disabled people take for granted, leads to a journey to not only others who live like her, but to the realization that meeting them changes how she views herself in the world, as well as many surprises along the way.

Voces on PBS: From Here, From There - Tuesday, July 9 at 10 PM

Luis Cortes Romero, the first undocumented attorney to argue a case before the U.S. Supreme Court, journeyed from a difficult youth to the highest court in the land as part of a powerful legal team fighting the Administration’s attempt to rescind DACA.

My Life is Murder - Friday, July 12 at 8 PM

Lucy Lawless (Xena: Warrior Princess, Parks and Recreation) stars as retired cop Alexa Crowe in this contemporary Australian detective drama. Her old boss regularly asks for her insight on cold cases and a young police data-analyst is eager for mentorship. Whether Alexa wants to or not, she can't seem to stop solving crime.