Film festivals aren’t just for movies anymore, so for the third year in a row the Berlin International Film Festival presented both its “Drama Series Days” and “Berlinale Special Series” television-focused programs.
It’s happy dance time, my fellow Euro TV-philes. The long-ish wait for the stateside premiere of the third and final season of Dicte, the hugely popular Danish crime drama, is over.
Put the round-the-clock election coverage aside for a few hours and immerse yourself in the dark and wickedly humorous pan-Scandinavian crime drama-mystery Black Widows.
Starting today, Euro TV fans in the US can fire up Acorn TV for the hit French drama series that gripped France 2 and BBC 4 viewers: mystery drama The Disappearance.
NSU German History X, a ripped-from-the-headlines drama inspired by true events, a national scandal, and the still ongoing court case, is set to premiere in the US and UK.
From Philippe Haïm, one of the writers and directors of the French flic drama series Braquo, comes Deep, a stylized crime drama that’s set to debut in the US and UK.
The stateside release of the Nordic noir Department Q Trilogy — The Keeper of Lost Causes, The Absent One, and A Conspiracy of Faith — makes for a heckuva binge-watching weekend.