Naomi Battrick as Jocelyn, Sophie Rundle as Alice Sharrow, and Niamh Walsh as Verity. (Photo courtesy of Carnival Film & Television Limited 2019)

Created by the producers of Downton Abbey, Jamestown is a dramatic series that follows the lives of three courageous, dynamic women who leave their dark pasts behind in England to make the journey of a lifetime to 17th-century America. Seasons 1 and 2 are now available to stream on CPTV Passport. And beginning Sunday, June 16, 2019 at 12 p.m., Season 3 will be available on Passport as well! All eight new episodes will be released so viewers can “binge” the whole season, only on Passport.

In Season 3, it’s boom time in Jamestown, but success brings the scrutiny of the Crown, and there are few in the settlement who have nothing to hide. Relations with the Native Americans offer hope and advancement for the settlers until greed for land and want of power corrupts those with influence. What ensues is devastating conflict, the fallout of which will shape the New World for centuries to come.

To view a preview of the new Passport-exclusive season, click here.

About CPTV Passport

CPTV Passport is an added benefit to CPTV members, allowing them exclusive access to CPTV’s extensive online library of PBS signature shows and local originals. Any Connecticut Public member who gives $5 a month or more as a sustainer, or an annual gift of $60 or more, has access to the service.

To become a CPTV member and get access to CPTV Passport, click here.
To learn more about CPTV Passport, click here.

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