Euro TV fans across the globe have several new titles from Germany to look forward to on Netflix, all of which will be available in the streaming giant’s 190+ territories.
The new series are:
In the famous battle of the Teutoburg Forest, Germanic warriors in 9 AD halted the spread of the Roman Empire in their advance north. This bloody encounter of two worlds is tragically interwoven with the destinies of three young people whose fate will lead them from innocence to guilt, from loyalty to betrayal, and from love to hate.
The Barbarians is created by Arne Nolting, Jan-Martin Scharf, and Andreas Heckmann, and produced by Gaumont (Sabine de Mardt, Andreas Bareiss, and Rainer Marquass).
Don’t Try This at Home
To win back the love of his life, a high school student and his best friend launch Europe’s largest online drug business from a bedroom.
Don’t Try This at Home is written by Philipp Käßbohrer, Sebastian Colley, and Stefan Titze, and directed by Lars Montag and Arne Feldhusen. It is produced by BTF Productions (Matthias Murmann and Phillip Käßbohrer).
In Frankfurt, a young and gifted hip-hop producer gets the chance of a lifetime when he signs with Skyline Records. But the worlds of music, organized crime, and high finance collide when the label owner’s gangster brother returns from exile to claim his share.
Skylines is created by Dennis Schanz and directed by Max Erlenwein and Soleen Yusef. It is produced by Komplizen Film (Maren Ade, Jonas Dornbach, Janine Jackowski, and David Keitsch) and StickUp Films (Dennis Schanz and Luis Singer).
Tribes of Europa
This is the post-apocalyptic saga of three siblings who set out to change the fate of the new “Europa.” The year is 2070. After a mysterious global catastrophe, what remains of Europe is fractured into countless micro-states, and several so-called “Tribes” fight for dominance over the continent.
Tribes of Europa is created and directed by Philip Koch, and written by Koch, Jana Burbach (Bad Banks), and Benjamin Seiler. It is produced by Wiedemann & Berg Television (Quirin Berg and Max Wiedemann).
Untitled Christmas Miniseries
This is a three-part miniseries about one family‘s crazy and emotional Christmas holidays. The story revolves around four generations of women who finally have to come clean about all the secrets they have been keeping from each other.
The miniseries is written by Katharina Eyssen and produced by Sommerhaus Film (Jochen Laube and Fabian Maubach) and Katharina Eyssen.
All five projects will launch on Netflix from 2019. Stay tuned for updates.
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