June brings twenty five Euro TV titles to US streaming services, digital channels, and public TV stations. So much to watch, so little time, amiright?
To see the complete list of Euro TV shows available in the US and UK, see the Euro TV Shows by Language section. Viewers in the US can check the ongoing updates of titles released throughout each month on the Euro TV Viewing Guide page.
All programs listed below are shown in their original language with English subtitles, except where noted. Some trailers might not have English subtitles, but you can still get a sense of the story through the visuals.
November 13: Attack on Paris (13 Novembre) (France)
This three-part documentary explores the human stories behind the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris on November 13th, 2015. After the chronology of the events, the program shares testimonies — tales of horror, kindness, and bravery — of people brought together by tragedy, including survivors and witnesses, members of the fire and police departments, and leaders of the French government.
Directed by brothers Jules and Gédéon Naudet, the Emmy®, Peabody®, and duPont® Awards-winning producers and directors behind the documentary 9/11, November 13: Attack on Paris, a Netflix Global Original documentary, premieres globally on Friday, June 1, exclusively on Netflix. (You can add it to your queue now.)
Meurtres à Sarlat (Murder in Sarlat) (France)
In the medieval town of Sarlat in southwest France, the site of peasant revolts in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, a corpse is discovered near a castle moat. Th victim was the son of the largest producer of confit in the region, murdered according to a ritual reminiscent of those historic events.
Captain Claire Dalmas (Cécile Bois, Candice Renoir) of the Bordeaux CSI is forced to return to her hometown, a place she’s been trying to escape for 15 years, to investigate the homicide. Her partner on the case from the local gendarmerie is Captain Eric Pavin (Thierry Godard, The Chalet), a guy she had a fling with several months ago and has avoided ever since. The investigation plunges Claire into the heart of an agri-food scandal, forcing her to confront her family and, with Eric, perhaps even give love a go.
Meurtres à Sarlat premieres in the US on Sunday, June 3, at 11 PM ET, on TV5Monde USA.
Le viol (The Rape) (France)
Adapted from the nonfiction book Et le viol devint un crime (And Rape Became a Crime) by Jean-Yves Le Naour et Catherine Valenti, this historical drama telefilm reveals the story behind how French law changed rape from a correctional offense to a crime.
On August 21, 1974, Belgian tourists Nicole (Camille Santerre, Unloved) and Malia (Bérangère McNeese, Like-moi!) are savagely attacked and raped by three men in Marseille. Their attackers claim the young women consented and are allowed to remain free. Though the friends and families of the victims advise them to forget the ordeal, Nicole and Malia decide to fight — enlisting the help of lawyer Gisèle Halimi (César Awards nominee Clotilde Courau, La vie en rose) to have the attackers brought to and judged at the Assize Court of Aix-en-Provence.
Costarring César Awards nominees Stéphane Rideau (Wild Reeds) and Hippolyte Girardot (Marseille), César Awards winner Romane Bohringer (Savage Nights), and Academy Awards® winner Sam Karmann (Omnibus), Le viol premieres in the US on Sunday, June 3, at 1:30 AM, on TV5Monde USA.
Les petits meurtres d’Agatha Christie (The Little Murders of Agatha Christie) (France)
New episodes in this series of colorful, French-ified adaptations of Agatha Christie‘s novels arrive stateside this month. Set in the 1950s against a backdrop of women’s glamour and emancipation, these feature-length episodes star Samuel Labarthe (The Forest, see below) as Police Commissioner Swan Laurence, Blandine Bellavoir (Maison Close) as intrepid journalist Alice Avril, Elodie Frenck (War and Peace) as Swan’s secretary Marlène, Cyril Gueï (Eyewitness) as medical examiner Dr. Timothée Glissant, and Dominique Thomas (Magellan) as Divisional Superintendent Ernest Tricard. Episodes include:
“L’Homme au complet marron” (based on The Man in the Brown Suit) — Top-secret microfilms are stolen during a Russian ballet performance at the Lille Opera, whose secretary was murdered. Aware that the troupe includes Soviet spies, the French Secret Service calls in Swan Laurence, who agrees to go undercover for them by disguising himself as “Brigitte,” the new opera secretary. Featuring Thierry Gimenez (The Churchmen), Grégoire Oestermann (The Churchmen), and Alice Dufour (Hard), “L’Homme au complet marron” premieres in the US on Tuesday, June 5, at 11 PM, on TV5Monde USA.
“Le miroir se brisa” (based on The Mirror Cracked) — The famous actress Blanche Dulac (César Awards nominee Anne Consigny, The Returned) narrowly escapes a murder attempt on her film set. With a depressed Swan Laurence turning to drugs after the death of the love of his life, Alice and Marlène go undercover and join the film crew. Featuring Nicolas Briançon (Spiral), Luc-Antoine Diquéro (Paris), and Alice Vial (Elite Squad), “Le miroir se brisa” premieres in the US on Tuesday, June 12, at 11 PM, on TV5Monde USA.
“Crimes haute couture” (based on Third Girl) — Patricia (Camille Claris, Caïn), a designer’s assistant at a leading Paris fashion house, is fragile and unstable, so when she confesses to a murder, Swan Laurence suspects she’s been manipulated. Alice, working undercover at the firm, is outraged at their working conditions and starts a strike just before a major fashion show. Featuring Yannik Landrein (Détectives), Raphaëline Goupilleau (Maigret), and Laurent Richard (A French Village), “Crimes haute couture” premieres in the US on Tuesday, June 19, at 11 PM, on TV5Monde USA.
Spiral: Season 6 (Engrenages) (France)
Your wait for the new season of this International Emmy® Award-winning, audience-favorite crime drama is nearly over.
Captain Laure Bertraud (Caroline Proust, Duel au soleil) returns to work earlier than expected and, with Gilou (Thierry Godard, A French Village) and Tintin (Fred Bianconi, Sparrowhawk), begins a complex new investigation after a human torso is discovered in a pile of garbage in Paris’ 20th arrondissement. It isn’t the only corpse they’ll come across.
Meanwhile, a still-mourning Joséphine Karlsson (Audrey Fleurot, Witnesses) is tempted by a high-profile criminal trial to collaborate with police attorney Eric Edelman (Louis-Do de Lencquesaing, Kabul Kitchen), while Judge Roban (Philippe Duclos, L’art du crime) faces a health crisis.
Reprising their roles are Nicolas Briançon (Maison Close) as Herville, now the head of the judicial police; Bruno Debrandt (Caïn) as Inspector Vincent Bremont, head of the crime squad and Laure’s former lover; Dominique Daguier (The Passenger) as District Attorney Machard; and Elisabeth Macocco (Dernier recours) as Marianne, Roban’s longtime law clerk.
Joining the cast are Valentin Merlet (The Tunnel) as the team’s new boss, Arnaud Beckriche, and Hervé Rey (Les jumeaux du bout du monde) as Didier, Roban’s new law clerk.
Night and Day: Season 2 (Nit i dia) (Spain)
The discovery of the corpse of a child killed 25 years ago disrupts the life of forensic pathologist Sara Grau (Clara Segura, Porca misèria), who goes beyond her professional duties to investigate the crime — one that will connect her with a dark episode from her own childhood. Meanwhile, the death of a judge under strange circumstances uncovers a hidden plot where ambition, sex, and the struggle for power are all in play.
Costarring Miquel Fernández (Mar de plástico), Victòria Pagès (Merlí), and Pablo Derqui (Lifeline), Night and Day: Season 2 premieres in the US on Thursday, June 7, exclusively on Walter Presents and the Walter Presents channel on Amazon.
Les crimes silencieux (Silent Crimes) (France)
In the early part of the 20th century, thousands of lives were lost in the mining industry in northern France. The memory of the catastrophe in Courrières in 1906, the worst in Europe, still haunts the region, and this painful past resurfaces due to a series of strange crimes. Investigating them are police captain Tess Borski (Odile Vuillemin, Profilage), newly returned to her hometown with her family, and local detective Inspector François Dubois (César Awards nominee Richard Berry, Résistance).
This made-for-TV crime drama movie costars Féodor Atkine (Match Day), Alexis Loret (Contact), Olivier Chantreau (The Money Shot), and César Awards nominee Valérie Kaprisky (La femme publique). Les crimes silencieux premieres in the US on Friday, June 8, at 8:30 PM, on TV5Monde USA.
The Staircase (France)
Shot in the US and shown in English, this French documentary series tells the compelling story of Michael Peterson, a crime novelist accused of killing his wife Kathleen after she is found dead at the bottom of a staircase in their home in 2001, and the 16-year judicial battle that followed. The brand new episodes of this true-crime phenomenon will air alongside the original series.
Produced by Matthieu Belghiti (Jeux d’influence) and produced and directed by Academy Award® winner Jean-Xavier de Lestrade (Three Times Manon), The Staircase, a Netflix Global Original documentary series, premieres globally on Friday, June 8, exclusively on Netflix. (You can add it to your queue now.)
Meurtres à Aix-en-Provence (Murder in Aix-en-Provence) (France)
In Aix-en-Provence, a corpse is found crucified in the crypt of the Cathedral Saint Sauveur, where police chief Anne Guidicelli (Astrid Veillon, Tandem) discovers a piece of old parchment written like a prophecy of Nostradamus. To solve the case, Anne must team up with her estranged half-sister Pauline Dorval (Isabelle Vitari, Second Chance), a historian and expert on Nostradamus. But with additional murders, it appears they are looking for a psychopathic serial killer.
Costarring César nominee Andréa Ferréol (The Last Metro), Jérémie Covillault (Contact), and François Feroleto (Plus belle la vie), Meurtres à Aix-en-Provence premieres in the US on Sunday, June 10, at 11 PM ET, on TV5Monde USA.
Detective Montalbano (Il commissario Montalbano) (Italy)
Luca Zingaretti (Borsellino) is back as Detective Salvo Montalbano in two new episodes of one of the most popular Euro TV mystery programs on the planet. The series’ regulars are back, as well, including Peppino Mazzotta (Mafia Undercover) and Cesare Bocci (The Family) as Montalbano’s sidekick detectives Giuseppe Fazio and Mimì Augello, respectively, and Angelo Russo (Corleone) as Agatino Catarella, an officer of the Vigata police precinct and the series’ comic relief.
In the first episode, “La giostra degli scambi” (“The Carousel of Exchanges” — although the actual English title will likely be different because the Google translation doesn’t roll off the tongue), Montalbano and co. investigate two cases: the disappearance of an antiques shop owner and the nonviolent kidnapping and quick release of some girls. And in “Amore” (“Love” — this one I know!), the disappearance of a beautiful young woman with a troubled past triggers in Salvo certain feelings toward Livia (Sonia Bergamasco, Tutti pazzi per amore).
The two new episodes of Detective Montalbano begin premiering in the US and Canada on Tuesday, June 12, exclusively on MHz Choice, as well as the MHz Choice channel on Amazon US for stateside viewers.
Meurtres à Orléans (Murders in Orléans) (France)
Police captain Charlotte Marat (Michèle Bernier, La stagiaire), newly arrived in Orléans from Paris, is attending the last day of a festival celebrating Joan of Arc. During a street parade featuring costumed actors, the young woman playing the Maid of Orléans is killed by an arrow shot to her heart, and the connection between this murder and the wounds Joan of Arc received during the battle to free Orléans in 1429 is made quickly. Charlotte leads the investigation with the help of Captain Philippe Cransac (David Kammenos, Falco), her son-in-law and a medieval history buff.
Featuring Philippe du Janerand (Tony’s Revenge), Nathalie Besançon (Magellan), and César Awards nominee Damien Jouillerot (Baron noir), Meurtres à Orléans premieres in the US on Sunday, June 17, at 11 PM ET, on TV5Monde USA.
The Ladies’ Paradise: Season 2 (Il paradiso della signore) (Italy)
Based on the novel of the same name by French author Émile Zola, the second season of this period romance drama opens at the end of August 1956, soon after the events that closed Season 1, and it is chock full of juicy drama.
Shocked by what she learns, Teresa (Giusy Buscemi, Don Matteo) goes home to her family to do some soul searching while a saddened Pietro (Giuseppe Zeno, Anti-Mafia Squad) waits longingly for her to come back to Milan. In the meantime, he’s preparing for the grand re-opening of his department store, despite the defamatory newspaper articles planted by his nemesis to ruin him. When Teresa does return, she accepts Pietro’s marriage proposal and is promoted to the advertising department, but then another article is published — this one with damning details that could land Pietro in prison.
Returning to the series are Alessandro Tersigni (Tuscan Passion), Christiane Filangieri (Married to a Cop), Lorena Cacciatore (The Teacher), Silvia Mazzieri (The Teacher), Corrado Tedeschi (Tuscan Passion), Alice Torriani (Un passo dal cielo), and Andrea Pennacchi (Thou Shalt Not Kill).
Tatort: Borowski: Season 3 (Germany)
Axel Milberg (Hannah Arendt) returns as Inspector Klaus Borowski, the divorced, loner, and single-father detective who fights crime in and around Kiel, the capital city of Schleswig-Holstein. The new season finds Borowski investigating the death of a man impaled by bamboo rods, the murder of a woman in her flat, and the death of an author on his yacht, amongst other cases.
Costarring Sibel Kekilli (Game of Thrones) as Detective Sarah Brandt, Tatort: Borowski: Season 3 begins premiering in the US and Canada on Tuesday, June 19, exclusively on MHz Choice, as well as the MHz Choice channel on Amazon US for stateside viewers.
Caïn: Season 3 (France)
Bruno Debrandt (Spiral) is back in a new season of this popular police procedural as Captain Frédéric “Fred” Caïn, the wheelchair-bound homicide cop who will go to any length to nab killers, including flouting police protocol and even the law when it suits him for his investigations.
The new episodes find Caïn investigating murder cases involving an unidentified corpse at the morgue, a businessman’s assistant, a suspected pedophile, a user of a dating website, a computer executive, a jewelry store robber, and the mother of Caïn’s son’s girlfriend.
The series costars Julie Delarme (Hors du temps) as Caïn’s partner Lieutenant Lucie Delambre, Frédéric Pellegeay (Contact) as Commander Jacques Moretti, Smadi Wolfman (Spin) as Dr. Elizabeth Stunia, Mourad Boudaoud (Bonne pomme) as Lieutenant Borel, Anne Suarez (Black Spot) as Caïn’s ex-wife Gaëlle, and Davy Sanna (Duo) as his son Ben.
Couvre-feu (Curfew) (France)
After a horrific car accident, Valentine Petit (Marie Denarnaud, Malaterra) relocates to a small seaside resort for her rehab. Six months later she’s doing well, but the resort is in the path of an intense storm. With the authorities setting the alert at the highest level and initiating a curfew, the place becomes a ghost town and is cut off from the world in a matter of hours. The now house-bound Valentine tries to stay calm, but then hears a woman’s muffled screams for help.
To Each, Her Own (Les Goûts et les couleurs, aka Simone Benloulou) (France)
Sarah Stern (Trepalium, Borgia) stars in this made-for-streaming comedy film as Simone, a young woman who’s been in a relationship with Claire for three years but has never come out to her family. Between her crazy mother, traditionalist father, and two brothers who are always trying to set her up with men, it’s hard for Simone to live openly.
Then, after finally working up the courage to tell her conservative Jewish family that she’s a lesbian, Simone falls in love with Wali, a male Senegalese chef, and everything becomes too much. Split between Claire, Wali, and her family, Simone must make some tough choices.
Costarring Richard Berry (Lanester), Catherine Jacob (Meurtres à Avignon), Julia Piaton (The Frozen Dead), Arié Elmaleh (Vanished by the Lake), Stéphane Debac (Résistance), and Clémentine Poidatz (Spin), To Each, Her Own, a Netflix Original film, premieres in the US on Sunday, June 24, exclusively on Netflix. (You can add it to your queue now.)
Crime Scene Cleaner: Season 3 (Der Tatortreiniger) (Germany)
This award winning, intelligent, and hilarious comedy series is back with a new season starring Bjarne Mädel (Stromberg) as crime scene cleaner Heiko “Schotty” Schotte. This season finds Schotty engaging in thought-provoking (yet still funny) conversations with morticians, an autistic boy, and an old friend. He also has an epiphany and meets a humanoid robot.
Featuring Jörg Pose (Blochin), Björn Meyer (Tatort: Borowski), Anna Schudt (Tatort), Sebastian Weber (SOKO Leipzig), and Simon Schwarz (Altes Geld), Crime Scene Cleaner: Season 3 begins premiering in the US and Canada on Tuesday, June 26, exclusively on MHz Choice, as well as the MHz Choice channel on Amazon US for stateside viewers.
À livre ouvert (An Open Book) (France)
Michèle Favrod (César Awards nominee Isabelle Gélinas, Fais pas ci, fais pas ça) is excited to be taking over for her former boss, (failed) writer Edouard Balser (François Morel, Tu mourras moins bête), as the manager of a local library. However, her enthusiasm is quickly dampened by the aging building and falling visitor numbers. What’s worse is the audit, which reveals financial fraud and points to Michèle as the person responsible for the illegal acquisition of rare books. Now Michèle must face the accusations and all the legal repercussions that come with them, but she has friends — and a rabbit rescued from an animal testing laboratory — providing moral support.
À livre ouvert premieres in the US on Tuesday, June 26, at 11 PM ET, on TV5Monde USA.
Crime dans les alpilles (Murder in Maussane) (France)
In the Provençal village of Mausanne, the wife of olive mill owner Laurent Autiero (Jean-Yves Chatelais, Meurtres à Avignon) is murdered. Investigating the homicide are Deputy Prosecutor Elisabeth Richard (César Awards nominee Florence Pernel, Three Colors: Blue) and local gendarmerie commander Paul Jansac (Vincent Winterhalter, Nicolas Le Floch), who learn that the area’s olive oil industry is controlled by a handful of families that will stop at nothing to further their own interests… or to exact revenge.
The two investigators begin receiving leads from anonymous letters, while in quick succession three members of the Vendroux family are found dead. If Elisabeth and Paul are going to solve the case, they will need to unravel the web of tangled family affairs first.
Crime dans les alpilles premieres in the US on Friday, June 29, at 8:30 PM ET, on TV5Monde USA.
La Forêt (The Forest) (France)
In a quiet little village in the Ardennes, a sixteen-year-old girl disappears into the forest after calling her French teacher in the middle of the night. Captain Gaspard Deker (Samuel Labarthe, Les petits meurtres d’Agatha Christie), a single father and former military man newly-arrived in town, investigates the case with local gendarme Virginie Musso (Suzanne Clément, Versailles). Helping them is the French teacher Eve Mendel (Alexia Barlier, Falco), a lonely young woman with a mysterious past; when she was a child, the village doctor found her wandering alone in the same forest.
Featuring Frédéric Diefenthal (Elite Squad), Nicolas Marié (Spin), and François Neycken (Public Enemy), La Forêt, a Netflix Original series, premieres in the US on Friday, June 29, exclusively on Netflix.
Paquita Salas: Season 2 (Spain)
Brays Efe (Looser) returns for the sophomore season of this mockumentary series, in which he plays (in drag) the eponymous talent agent. Paquita had been one of Spain’s best in the ’90s, but now finds herself searching desperately for new stars after suddenly losing her biggest client. In the new season, Paquita goes through many changes that, while troublesome, will prove just how strong and determined she is.
Paquita Salas: Season 2, a Netflix Global Original series, premieres globally on Friday, June 29, exclusively on Netflix.
This is the year of the 21st FIFA® World Cup, and it’s a given that Germany will go all-out to hold onto the championship title — their fifth if they get to and win the final match. Both France and Spain are going for their second title, while poor Italy, a four-time champion, must watch with the rest of us this year. (Ditto that for the team from the United States.)
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is hosted by Russia, and the opening day match is between Russia and Saudi Arabia. To see the schedule of matches, visit the official FIFA website.
Live coverage in the US of the 2018 FIFA World Cup matches begins Thursday, June 14, at 11 AM ET, on Fox Sports.
New Scandinavian Cooking: Season 8 (Norway)
This popular travel-culinary series returns with a new season and a new host: Swedish chef Niklas Ekstedt — restaurateur of the Michelin-starred Ekstedt in Stockholm, cookbook author, and television presenter. In Season 8, Chef Niklas travels throughout Scandinavia as well as to Colombia and Costa Rica, introducing viewers to some of his favorite recipes, such as cod medallion hash browns, stockfish cakes, and birch log-seared herring. Many of his dishes are infused by smoke or torched with fire (a Scandi kind of “Bam!“).
Presented in English, New Scandinavian Cooking: Season 8 begins premiering in the US on or after Friday, June 1, on the public TV stations and regional networks listed below. Broadcast dates and times vary by market, so check your local listings or contact the station that serves your area for details.
- Alaska: KUAC (Fairbanks)
- Arizona: KAET (Phoenix), KUAT (Tucson)
- California: KCET (Los Angeles), KEET (Eureka), KLCS (Los Angeles), KOCE (Huntington Beach), KPBS (San Diego), KQED & KQEH (San Francisco), KRCB (Sonoma County), KVCR (San Bernardino)
- Colorado: KBDI (Denver)
- Connecticut: Connecticut Public Television (statewide)
- Florida: WDSC (Daytona Beach), WEDU (Tampa), WEFS (Orlando), WJCT (Jacksonville), WLRN (Miami)
- Idaho: Idaho Public Television (statewide)
- Illinois: WILL (Urbana-Champaign), WMEC (Macomb), WQPT (Quad Cities), WSIU (Carbondale), WTTW (Chicago)
- Indiana: WFWA (Fort Wayne), WFYI (Indianapolis), WIPB (Muncie), WTIU (Bloomington)
- Iowa: Iowa Public Television (statewide), WQPT (Quad Cities)
- Kansas: KTWU (Topeka)
- Kentucky: Kentucky Educational Television, WKYU (Bowling Green)
- Louisiana: Louisiana Public Broadcasting (statewide)
- Maryland: Maryland Public Television (statewide)
- Massachusetts: WGBY (Springfield)
- Michigan: WGVU (Grand Rapids), WNMU (Marquette)
- Minnesota: KAWE (Bemidji), KSMQ (Austin), KTCA (St. Paul), KWCM (Appleton)
- Missouri: KCPT (Kansas City)
- Montana: Montana PBS (statewide)
- Nebraska: NET Nebraska (statewide)
- New Jersey: NJTV (statewide), WNET (Newark)
- New Mexico: KENW (Portales), KNME (Albuquerque), KRWG (Las Cruces)
- New York: WCNY (Syracuse), WLIW (Garden City), WNED (Buffalo), WNYE (New York)
- North Carolina: UNC-TV (statewide)
- North Dakota: Prairie Public Broadcasting (statewide)
- Ohio: WNEO (Alliance), WOUB (Athens), WPTD (Dayton)
- Oklahoma: KRSU (Tulsa)
- Oregon: Oregon Public Broadcasting (statewide)
- Pennsylvania: WHYY (Philadelphia), WITF (Harrisburg), WPSU (Clearfield)
- Rhode Island: WSBE (Providence)
- South Dakota: South Dakota Public Broadcasting (statewide)
- Tennessee: WKNO (Memphis), WNPT (Nashville)
- Texas: KNCT (Waco), KTTZ (Lubbock)
- Utah: KUED (Salt Lake City)
- Virginia: WBRA (Roanoke), WHRO (Hampton Roads)
- Washington: KSPS (Spokane), KWSU (Pullman)
- Washington, DC: WETA, WHUT
- Wisconsin: Wisconsin Public Television (statewide)
- Wyoming: Wyoming PBS (statewide)
If you’d like to watch this program but your station isn’t listed, contact its Viewer Services department or American Public Television.
Operation Foxley — Mission: Liquidate Hitler (Operation Foxley: L’assassinat d’Hitler) (France)
This documentary recounts the story behind Operation Foxley, a plan to assassinate Adolf Hitler conceived by the British Special Operations Executive during World War II. The hour-long program reveals the plan’s details, which called for killing Hitler during his daily morning walk at the Berghof, his Bavarian residence, and why the plot ultimately failed.
Presented in English, Operation Foxley — Mission: Liquidate Hitler begins premiering in the US on or after Saturday, June 30, on KCET (Los Angeles, CA), KLRU (Austin, TX), KPBS (San Diego, CA), KUAT (Tuscon, AZ), WBGU (Bowling Green, OH), WLRN (Miami, FL), WNED (Buffalo, NY), and WVIZ (Cleveland, OH). Broadcast dates and times vary by market, so check your local listings or contact the station that serves your area for details. If you’d like to watch this program but your station isn’t listed, contact its Viewer Services department or American Public Television.
ADDED TO PROGRAMMING SCHEDULES
Strike Force: Season 2 (Smeris, aka Force) (Netherlands)
The opener of the second season of The Netherlands’ the most successful police action series picks up where the Season 1 cliffhanger left off — with by-the-book detective William Niessen (Dennis van de Ven, Draadstaal) getting the shock of his life when he learns that his impulsive homicide partner, Theo Kamp (Jeroen van Koningsbrugge, Riphagen), has been shot in his own apartment.
Later Willem begins working in Amsterdam with new partner Sam de Koning (Karien Noordhoff, Lord & Master), but has family problems back in Tilburg. Meanwhile, the search for Theo’s father, a suspected criminal, continues.
Strike Force: Season 2 begins airing Monday, June 25, at 7 PM ET, on Eurochannel.
Did you miss any of the new shows and program additions from previous months? Check the Euro TV Viewing Guide 2018 Archives to find out.
For details about the June premieres of shows from the UK, Canada, and Ireland, visit The British TV Place. For those about the debuts of programs from Australia and New Zealand, visit The Down Under TV Place.
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