November is another banner month for Euro TV, with a whopping 42 new series, seasons, films, and specials from 16 countries premiering in the US and other territories.
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 here are shown in their original language with English subtitles, except where noted. The trailers below, which may or may not have English subtitles, might not be suitable for all audiences; viewer discretion is advised.
Programs and dates are subject to change without prior notice.
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The Claus Family (De Familie Claus) (Belgium)
In this family film, Jules Claus (Mo Bakker, Please, Love Me) has wanted nothing to do with Christmas since his father died last year. One day in his grandfather’s toy shop. Jules finds a magic snow globe that takes him to the farthest parts of the world. He also discovers his grandfather (Jan Decleir, Hop) is the real Santa Claus! When gramps breaks his leg, Jules decides to help — but first he must learn how to love and appreciate the world’s most wonderful time of the year again.
The Claus Family, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Monday, November 1, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Arsène Lupin: Season 2 (France)
Based on the popular “Arsène Lupin” novels by Maurice Leblanc, this classic French TV series stars Georges Descrières (Two for the Road) in his signature, iconic role as the titular gentleman burglar who moonlights as a detective in turn-of-the-20th-century France. Arsène Lupin is an elegant nemesis to white-collar criminals and those undeserving of getting away with their crimes, even as he himself manages to elude suspicion and capture.
Movie of the Week: Like Thunder in a Cloudless Sky (Comme un coup de tonnerre dans un ciel sans nuage) (France)
Grégory Montel (Call My Agent!) stars in this drama as Paul, a small-town doctor whose family must pull together after he suffers a mental health crisis. Like Thunder in a Cloudless Sky premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, November 2, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon Channels.
Lords of Scam (France)
This documentary traces the rise and crash of scammers who conned the EU carbon quota system and pocketed billions before turning on one another. Lords of Scam, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Wednesday, November 3, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
A nominee for Best Comedy TV Series at the 2015 Monte-Carlo TV Festival, this dark comedy is the show on which the AMC series Feed the Beast is based. The Danish original follows two old friends — Thomas (Martin Buch, Seaside Hotel), still grieving the death of his wife, and Dion (Esben Dalggård Andersen, Couple Trouble), recently released from prison — as they deal with the police, black market creditors, social services, and other challenges while trying to open a restaurant.
Bankerot premieres in the US in its entirety on Thursday, November 4, exclusively on AMC+.
Irresponsable: Season 2 (France)
In the sophomore season of this comedy, Julien (Sébastien Chassagne, Transferts) is working as a part-time supervisor at his son Jacques’s (Théo Fernandez, Détectives) middle school, where his ex-girlfriend Marie (Marie Kauffmann, Calls) also works. He’s still living the good life at his mother Sylvie’s (Nathalie Cerda, A French Village) place, but when an unexpected event disrupts this cohabitation, Julien must find all the possible ways to become autonomous — although living as an independent adult for the first time at 32 years old is not as easy as it seems… (Video is from Season 1)
The Club (Kulüp) (Turkey)
Based on a true story, this period drama, set amid political unrest in 1950s Istanbul, follows Matilda (Gökçe Bahadır), a Jewish mother and nightclub worker trying to reconnect with her daughter, Rasel (Asude Kalebek), after being released from prison.
The Club, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Friday, November 5, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Set in the 1960s, this spy thriller follows João Vidal (Miguel Nunes, Paixão), an engineer at RARET, the re-broadcasting office of Radio Free Europe, the American service located in Glória do Ribatejo that broadcasts Western propaganda to the Eastern Bloc. After João becomes politicized during the Colonial War, he gets recruited by the KGB. As an operative, he takes on high-risk espionage missions that could change the course of Portuguese and world history. In so doing, he finds himself involved in the intricate webs of the spy game and comes to understand that nothing is ever black and white. (For cast details, see this article.)
Glória, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Friday, November 5, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Unlikely Murderer (Den osannolika mördaren) (Sweden)
Based on Thomas Pettersson’s award-winning eponymous book, this drama is a fictional interpretation of how Stig Engström (Robert Gustafsson, The Truth Will Out), the graphic designer who was named as the probable murderer of Sweden’s prime minister Olof Palme, managed to elude justice, right up to his death, through a combination of audacity, luck, and a perplexed police force. (For cast details, see this article.)
The Unlikely Murderer, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Friday, November 5, exclusively on Netflix. You can set a reminder for it at www.netflix.com/theunlikelymurderer.
Where Is Marta? (¿Dónde está Marta?) (Spain)
This true-crime docuseries centers on the case of Marta del Castillo, a teenager in Seville whose disappearance in 2009 made headlines in Spain. Although searches did not turn up Marta’s body, they did deliver evidence that she was likely murdered, and several suspects, each with a different version(s) of what happened, were arrested. Now, more than a decade later, Marta’s family and friends, police, and others weigh in on a case that is still unresolved.
Where Is Marta?, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Friday, November 5, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Based on a true story, this historical drama follows Letizia Ruggeri (Isabella Ragonese, Rocco Schiavone), a determined prosecutor who becomes consumed with a homicide case and goes to extreme lengths to get to the truth. The murder of 13-year-old Yara Gambirasio shocks the little town of Brembate di Sopra, and Letizia is committed to bringing the killer to justice. But she only has one tenuous lead: a bit of DNA that is not much help without a database to compare it to.
Costarring Alessio Boni (From Father to Daughter) and Thomas Trabacchi (Thou Shalt Not Kill), Yara, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, November 5, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Witnesses (8 Zeugen) (Germany)
This crime drama revolves around the kidnapping of a 10-year-old girl from the crowded Natural History Museum in Berlin. No one claims responsibility and there is no ransom demand, so the only key to her rescue seems to be buried in the memories of the people who witnessed the incident. The girl’s father, a prominent politician, insists that brilliant brain researcher Dr. Jasmin Braun (Alexandra Maria Lara, You Are Wanted) assist with the investigation.
Her role is to evaluate the memories of eight key witnesses, reconstruct the crime as it unfolded, and gather clues about the perpetrator. But with each passing minute, time is running out to save the girl, and Jasmin finds herself pulled into a web of deceit and intrigue as the twists, turns, and double-crossings reveal that the case is an intricate revenge plot — one in which she must confront difficult memories of her own.
Marnow Murders (Die Toten von Marnow) (Germany)
In this crime thriller, Detectives Lona Mendt (Petra Schmidt-Schaller, Inspector Falke) and Frank Elling (Sascha Alexander Gersak, The Typist) are on the trail of a serial killer, but powerful enemies stand in their way as a dark chapter in German history is uncovered.
Movie of the Week: The Woman with Red Hair (La Femme aux cheveux rouges) (France)
Set in Southern Burgundy, this mystery drama sees out-of-town reporter Antoine (Samuel Le Bihan, Shadows of the Past) teaming up with local woman Constance (Laëtitia Milot, Murder in Avignon) to discover the truth behind the deaths of her parents. The Woman with Red Hair premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, November 9, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon Channels.
Your Life Is a Joke (Germany)
Comedian Oliver Polak gets to know celebrities at some of their favorite spots before roasting them with good-natured stand-up sets. Your Life Is a Joke, a Netflix Comedy, premieres globally on Tuesday, November 9, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Love Never Lies (Amor con fianza) (Spain)
In this reality series, six couples are subjected to an eye-scanning lie detector, where lies cost money, and truth and trust come with a juicy cash prize. Love Never Lies, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Thursday, November 11, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Stella Blomkvist: Season 2 (Iceland)
Based on the novels by Stella Blomkvist, the new season of this gritty, Reykjavik-set crime thriller sees smart, tough, and ruthless lawyer Stella Blómkvist (Heida Reed, Poldark) become increasingly involved with some of Iceland’s most powerful political figures. She is faced with a series of dramatic new cases that will force her to push her unique skills — and the law — to the limit.
Stella Blomkvist: Season 2, a Sundance Now Original series, premieres in the US and Canada in its entirety on Thursday, November 11, exclusively on Sundance Now and its digital channels, including Sundance Now on Amazon Channels, and the AMC+ streaming bundle.
Based on the novel Muleum by Erlend Loe, Kamikaze follows Julie (Marie Reuther, Seaside Hotel), a fierce and charming 18-year-old who embarks on a journey of rediscovery after losing her parents and brother in a plane crash. Now alone, Julie finds that material possessions no longer hold any value for her, and she is forced to search for a reason to go on. So she sets off on a wild and turbulent trip that takes her from her native Denmark to the far corners of the world. (For cast details, see this article.)
Kamikaze, an International Max Original series, premieres with its first two episodes on Sunday, November 14, in 46 countries and territories where HBO Max is available across the US, Europe, and Latin America. Subsequent episodes will debut in pairs each week through December 5 in the US.
Lies and Deceit (Mentiras) (Spain)
Ángela Cremonte (Cable Girls) and Javier Rey (Velvet) star in this remake of the British thriller Liar. Literature teacher Laura (Cremonte) suspects well-respected surgeon Xavier (Rey) drugged and raped her on a date. As she begins a legal case against him and the police investigate her accusations, he fervidly protests his innocence.
Lies and Deceit, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Monday, November 15, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Madame K (Litsid) (Estonia)
In this historical drama, the world-shattering events of World War II are told through the eyes of the people who work at and frequent Madame K’s elite brothel in Tallinn.
Movie of the Week: Duplicity (Imposture) (France)
In this tense psychological thriller, a woman (Laura Smet, Captain Marleau) uncovers her own hidden past and dark family secrets following the death of her mother. Duplicity premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, November 16, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon Channels.
Christmas Flow (France)
In this musical romcom, an unlikely Christmas romance blossoms between a famous rapper (Tayc) and a tenacious journalist (Shirine Boutella, Lupin), but can they make it work despite their differences?
Christmas Flow, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Wednesday, November 17, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Tear Along the Dotted Line (Strappare lungo i bordi) (Italy)
Based on the popular comics by Zerocalcare, Italy’s best-selling graphic novel artist, this animated series for adults follows the character Zerocalcare, a cartoonist in Rome who, with his armadillo for a conscience, reflects on his path in life and unrequited love as he and his friends, Sarah and Secco, travel outside the city. It’s the story of his complicated journey, one in which he’ll face episodes of his life that are only apparently disconnected from each other, but which in the end will reveal a profound meaning.
Tear Along The Dotted Line, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Wednesday, November 17, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Created and directed by Niccolò Ammaniti (The Miracle), this dystopian story of a ravaged world destroyed by a virus that kills adults but spares children is inspired by his eponymous novel. On an island reclaimed by nature and run by savage communities of survivors, most of whom are children, is Anna (newcomer Giulia Dragotto). Her only guide is a book left by her mother with instructions on how to survive, but with each passing day, she discovers the old rules no longer apply and must make up new ones as she goes along.
Anna, an AMC+ Original series, premieres in the US on Thursday, November 18, exclusively on AMC+.
The Defence: Season 2 (Chylka) (Poland)
Adapted from the renowned crime-thriller novel by Remigiusz Mróz, this mystery-crime drama series returns with Magdalena Cielecka (The Teacher) as Joanna Chyłka, a well-regarded, courageous, and rebellious lawyer who fights for her clients ’til the bitter end. The new season finds Chyłka assigned to defend the son of a well-known businessman after a double murder, but the accused refuses to say a word to anyone, including her. The Defence: Season 2 premieres in the US on Friday, November 19, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.
Love Me Instead (Beni Çok Sev) (Turkey)
This drama centers on a man traveling to his hometown — a prisoner accompanied by a ward — to reconnect with his daughter and make amends, but a tragic truth mars his journey.
Love Me Instead, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, November 19, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Outlaws (Las leyes de la frontera) (Spain)
In this action-crime drama set in the Catalonian city of Girona, introverted student Nacho (Marcos Ruiz, Captain Alatriste) falls in with a group of misfits and soon realizes he may be in over his head after getting caught up in the delinquents’ crimes.
Outlaws, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Monday, November 22, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Changing Rooms: Season 1 (Vestiaires) (France)
Laughter and disability go hand-in-hand, and nothing is off the table, in this offbeat, short-form comedy series set entirely in the locker room of a differently-abled swim team. Check out the first episode below.
A Good Year (Een Goed Jaar) (Belgium)
In this twisty crime drama, a disgraced engineer (Jurgen Delnaet, Amigos) and a down-on-his-luck small-time crook (Boris Van Severen, Salamander) hatch a plan to strike it rich by claiming to have found Hitler’s wine cellar.
Movie of the Week: Her Word Against His (Parole contre parole) (France)
This mystery-crime drama stars Elsa Lunghini (Murder in Saint Omer) as Laura, a rape victim who faces a dilemma: tell the truth about her assault, or stay silent and allow her attacker to be falsely convicted for murder.
Murder in…: Season 8 (Meutres à…) (France)
This fan-favorite series returns with another gorgeous collection of mysteries, each one set in a different, picturesque region of France. This season’s twelve episodes will transport viewers to Biarritz, Land’s End, Angoulême, Castellane, the Larzac, Toulouse, Tahiti, Valenciennes, Dunkirk, Savoie, Guérande, and Basque Country.
Dig Deeper: The Disappearance of Birgit Meier (Germany)
This documentary centers on the 1989 disappearance of Birgit Meier, who might have been another victim of a the same serial killer that murdered two couples in the Göhrde State Forest in Lower Saxony in the summer of that year. Police missteps plagued the case for years, but her brother has never wavered in his painstaking quest to find the truth. Dig Deeper: The Disappearance of Birgit Meier, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Friday, November 26, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Dog Years (Anni da cane) (Italy)
This comedy film centers on teenager Stella (Aurora Giovinazzo, Don Matteo), an imaginative and tormented girl who thinks her human years are like dog years. In her mind, she’ll be turning 112 and her life will be ending soon, so she sets about creating a bucket list of things to do before her actual 16th birthday.
Dog Years, an Amazon Original Film, premieres in the US on Friday, November 26, exclusively on Prime Video.
Spoiled Brats (Pourris gâtés) (France)
This comedy follows three spoiled siblings — Stella (Camille Lou, The Bonfire of Destiny), Philippe (Artus, The Bureau), and Alexandre (Louka Meliava, HP) — who are forced to earn their livings after their wealthy and well-meaning father, Francis (Gérard Jugnot, The Chorus), pretends he’s lost everything to teach them a lesson.
Spoiled Brats, a Netflix Film premieres in the US on Friday, November 26, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Elves (Nisser) (Denmark)
In this fantasy-horror series, a family of four hope to reconnect over Christmas by traveling to a remote island in the Danish archipelago, only to find it controlled by members of a strongly religious community living in balance with fierce creatures in the woods — elves — real, monstrous beings that inspired folklore and myths. When the girl in the family finds and brings home a baby elf, she inadvertently disrupts the balance and throws everyone on the island into a life-or-death battle for faith, family, and pure survival. Elves, a Netflix Original series, premieres globally on Sunday, November 28, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Empress (Maria Theresia) (Austria-Czech Republic)
This historical drama tells the story of Maria Theresa, the young heiress to the Habsburg Empire.
Happily Never After (Pabbahelgar) (Iceland)
Written, produced, and directed by series star Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir (Cover Story), this comedy-drama follows Karen, a couples counselor and mother of three who must navigate her way through a different future after realizing her husband is cheating on her. Finding herself suddenly single, Karen’s unrealistic expectations about relationships and work lead to comedic twists that are ultimately unsustainable.
More the Merrier (Donde caben dos) (Spain)
Directed and co-written by Paco Caballero (Welcome to the Family, The Neighbor), this comedy centers on a group of people who share a night of sexual self-discovery. More the Merrier, a Netflix Film, premieres in the US on Tuesday, November 30, exclusively on Netflix.
Movie of the Week: Death in the Soul (La mort dans l’âme) (France)
Hugo Becker (Chefs) stars in this mystery-crime drama as Tristan, an ambitious attorney who uncovers the dark family secrets of a man he has been assigned to represent — a father who admits to killing his own son.
The New Nurses: Season 3 (Sygeplejeskolen) (Denmark)
Set in spring 1953, the new season of this drama finds the county needing a new central hospital, with Fredenslund facing stiff competition from St. Helene, a more conservative hospital that doesn’t accept male nurses. The fate of the school hangs in the balance, so it’s up to Matron and the students to win over the skeptical chairman of the county council. Meanwhile, first-year students face a challenging internship on the surgical ward, where the chief surgeon is a new hire. Here they must learn to assist during an operation, while the ever more demanding shifts take their toll on the overworked students.
Sisters 1968 (Systrar 1968) (Sweden)
Set in 1968 Stockholm, this drama follows Karin (Mikaela Knapp, Box 21), a newly-minted, politically-aware reporter whose job at a sleepy backwater daily is a far cry from her dream job of working for a big Stockholm newspaper. But this doesn’t stop Karin and her rebellious artist friend, Lottie (Maja Rung, Modus), from each renting a room in the home of Georg (Jens Hultén, Hassel), the newspaper’s owner, or from stirring things up in the community.
The Summit of the Gods (Le sommet des dieux) (Luxembourg-France)
Adapted from the eponymous manga series by renowned manga artist Jiro Taniguchi and writer Baku Yumemakura, this critically-acclaimed animated adventure drama follows Fukamachi, a young Japanese photojournalist, who finds a camera that could change the history of mountaineering. His obsessive quest for the truth about the first expedition to Mt. Everest leads him to search for an esteemed climber who went missing, as well as to the mysterious Habu, an outcast climber believed missing for years. Ultimately, Fukamachi enters a world of obsessive mountaineers hungry for impossible conquests on a journey that leads him, step by step, towards the summit of the gods.
The Summit of the Gods, a Netflix Film, premieres globally (excluding certain countries) on Tuesday, November 30, exclusively on Netflix.
ADDITIONAL INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE PROGRAMS TO CONSIDER
Hostages: Season 2 (Bnei Aruba) (Israel)
In the second season of this thriller, Adam Rubin (Jonah Lotan, 24), an accomplished SWAT officer who has abducted the Prime Minister in order to save his wife’s life, finds himself in the midst of a hostage situation — but this time he’s the one surrounded by police, amongst them some of his best friends. While Adam is stuck with the PM in an abandoned Yeshiva building on the outskirts of Jerusalem, his wife’s medical condition is deteriorating, and he has to get out of there to save her life. He has no plan of action, and every passing moment sinks Adam deeper into quicksand. Even if he manages to extricate them from the trouble they’re in, he’ll discover that the real troubles await him outside.
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS DEBUTING ON LINEAR TV
Murders in Vienna (Tatort) (Austria)
This miniseries consists of two feature-length episodes from the long-running Tatort crime drama franchise, and star Harald Krassnitzer (Murder by the Lake) and Adele Neuhauser (Vienna Crime Squad) as detectives Moritz Eisner and Bibi Fellner. The first story, “Talent to Kill” (“Sternschnuppe“), concerns their investigation into the death of a famous music manager. It looks like an accidental strangulation during a sex romp — until a note is found inside his throat. Murders in Vienna: Talent to Kill begins airing Friday, November 19, at 9 PM ET, on Eurochannel.
In “The Vienna Connection” (“Ausgelöscht“), the team investigates a series of murders linked to Bulgarian immigrants. All of the killings follow the same puzzling pattern, but it’s clear that some local dark forces are also players in the case. Murders in Vienna: The Vienna Connection begins airing Friday, November 26, at 9 PM ET, on Eurochannel.
Past Sins (Endabrechnung) (Austria)
Set on the Austrian-Italian border, this feature-length crime thriller stars Robert Palfrader (Altes Geld) as Detective Peter Höllbacher, a former city cop who retires to an isolated town in the countryside after being forced to resign. But what seemed like a paradise turns dark after a vicious murder. Costarring Tobias Moretti (Bad Banks), Past Sins begins airing Saturday, November 20, at 8:30 PM ET, on Eurochannel.
Precipice (Sommernachtsmord) (Austria)
This crime drama revolves around the death of a female tourist, whose body is found in the mountains. But when the police arrive at the scene to investigate, they find the body has vanished. Foul play is presumed, and the main suspects are the victim’s husband and a local man who had borrowed 10,000 euros from her. Precipice begins airing Saturday, November 27, at 8:30 PM ET, on Eurochannel.
Temptation of Murder (Les trois silences) (France)
This thriller stars Jean-Hugues Anglade (Braquo) as Phillipe, an unhappily married man who begins an affair with the much younger Aurélia (Julie-Marie Parmentier, Murderous Maids) — a situation his politician wife Olivia (Caroline Silhol, La vie en rose) suspects and confirms after following him. For his part, Phillipe plans to tell Olivia about the affair, but then he’s found dead, his bloodied body lying on the edge of a cliff. Temptation of Murder begins airing Sunday, November 28, at 9 PM ET, on Eurochannel.
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS BEING ADDED TO STREAMING SERVICES
Family Business: Season 1 (On va s’aimer un peu, beaucoup) (France)
Catherine Marchal (Elite Squad) and Ophélia Kolb (Call My Agent!) star in this legal comedy-drama series as Astrid Lartigues and her daughter Audrey — lawyers juggling the ins and outs of running a family law practice while navigating their own issues at home and at work, for example a surprise pregnancy and the hot new prosecutor. Family Business: Season 1 begins streaming as a no-extra-charge offering on Prime Video starting Monday, November 1, through the end of the month.
Irresponsable: Season 1 (France)
This comedy series follows the life of Julien (Sébastien Chassagne, Transferts), a 31-year-old man whose lack of employment and money forces him to move back in with his mother. Back in his hometown, he runs into Marie (Marie Kauffmann, Calls), his first great love, now a teacher at his former college — and the mother of 15-year-old Jacques, Julien’s son. Julien thinks he should play a role in Jacques’ life, but becoming a father isn’t easy when he himself behaves like a teenager. Irresponsable: Season 1 begins streaming as a no-extra-charge offering on Prime Video starting Monday, November 1, through the end of the month.
Magellan: Season 1 (France)
Jacques Spiesser (Captain Marleau) stars in this popular mystery series as Inspector Simon Magellan, a detective who unravels crimes and mysteries in the fictional French town of Saignac while raising two teenage daughters. Magellan: Season 1 begins streaming as a no-extra-charge offering on Prime Video starting Monday, November 1, through the end of the month.
The Restaurant: Season 1 (Vår tid är nu) (Sweden)
Likened to Downton Abbey, this award-winning period drama set in post-WWII Stockholm features a restaurant instead of a manor, a controlling matriarch (sans zingers and royal title), relationships between haves and have nots, and personal dramas amongst the restaurant-owning family members and their employees. The Restaurant: Season 1 begins streaming as a no-extra-charge offering on Prime Video starting Monday, November 1, through the end of the month.
Under Suspicion: Season 1 (Bajo sospecha) (Spain)
In this mystery thriller, 7-year-old Alicia Vega disappears on the day of her first communion. After two weeks of unsuccessful searching, the police are convinced Alicia’s kidnapper is a family member, so Laura (Blanca Romero, L’isola) and Víctor (Yon González, The Boarding School), polar opposite cops who don’t know each other, go undercover as a married couple to find out who is responsible for the crime. The case turns out to be more complicated than they expected, as the Vega family is entangled in a web of secrets. Under Suspicion: Season 1 begins streaming as a no-extra-charge offering on Prime Video starting Monday, November 1, through the end of the month.
The Promised Life: Season 1 (La vita promessa) (Italy)
Luisa Ranieri (The Homicide Squad, Luisa Spagnoli) stars in this epic period drama as Carmela Carrizzo, a courageous mother who moves her family from Sicily to New York in search of a better life. The Promised Life: Season 1 begins streaming Tuesday, November 16, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon Channels.
Header photo credits: “Anna” (photo by Greta de Lazzaris) courtesy of AMC+; “Glória” (photo by Paulo Goulart Photography) courtesy of Netflix; “A Good Year” courtesy of MHz Choice; “Stella Blomkvist” (Copyright © Red Arrow Studio International) courtesy of Sundance Now
For details about the November 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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