A First Look at FRONTLINE’s Next Season

June 6, 2017
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Fall may seem a long way off, but here at FRONTLINE, we are hard at work on our upcoming season. And today, it’s my pleasure to share with you a first look (above) at our lineup of documentaries scheduled to begin in September.

As I write, we have producers around the world reporting on important and surprising stories. They are in Russia, Yemen, Iraq and across the United States — from the southern border, to the heartland, to Washington, D.C.

Now more than ever, in our polarized landscape, it is critically important to be examining stories from all angles, engaging with differing viewpoints, looking for the nuanced truth.

Trustworthy, unflinching and fair reporting combined with a powerful narrative – it’s the heart of what we do as long-form journalists in public media, and it’s what you’ll see next season on FRONTLINE. So, watch a preview (above) of what’s ahead.

Stay tuned to our broadcasts and digital reporting throughout the summer, and as always, thank you for your support.

– Raney Aronson-Rath 
Executive Producer, FRONTLINE

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