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International TV streaming service MHz Choice announced today its lineup for December 2021. Check it out!

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Beck: Kristofer Hivju as Steinar Hovland & Peter Haber as Martin Beck — Photo by Johan Paulin © 2020 Nordisk Film Production A/S, Filmlance International AB, courtesy of MHz Choice

Three Euro TV programs — from Italy, Sweden, and Switzerland — make their US and Canadian premieres on MHz Choice in December, along with the new season debuts of fan-favorite shows, including the long-awaited, eagerly-anticipated return of Beck, The Sandhamn Murders, and Murders at Barlume. The complete schedule is below.


The Days the Flowers Bloom (De dagar som blommorna blommar) (Sweden)

This acclaimed three-part drama tells the powerful, interwoven story of three neighboring families from the 1970s to the 1990s. The happy facade each family presents to the outside world is punctured by sudden loss or a public revealing of a quieter sorrow.

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The Days the Flowers Bloom: Rasmus Luthander as Erik — Photo by Peter Cederling / SVT, courtesy of MHz Choice

Written by Jonas Gardell and directed by Simon Kaijser — the team behind the award-winning Don’t Ever Wipe Away Tears Without Gloves — the series features top-notch performances by Ramsus Luthander (Spring Tide), Ulf Friberg (Gåsmamman), and Anja Lundqvist (Alex), whose characters arrive at the moments that make the biggest imprints on their lives.

Arsène Lupin: 813 (Arsène Lupin: Joue et Perd) (France)

In this 1980 adaptation of Maurice Leblanc‘s classic novel 813, Jean-Claude Brialy (Les innocents) stars as gentleman burglar Arsène Lupin, who is caught in a web of intrigue after being framed for murder.

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Arsene Lupin: 813: Jean Claude Brialy as Arsène Lupin — Photo courtesy of MHz Choice

Changing Rooms: Season 2 (Vestiaires) (France)

Laughter and disability go hand-in-hand, and nothing is off the table, in this offbeat, short-form comedy series set in the locker room of a differently-abled swim team. Check out the first episode of Season 2 below.


The Promised Life: Season 2 (La vita promessa) (Italy)

Set in the late 1930s, the new season of this epic Italian period drama continues the story of Carmela (Luisa Ranieri, The Homicide Squad, Luisa Spagnoli), a mother who moves her family from Sicily to New York in search of a better life. (Video is from the 1920s-set Season 1, which began streaming on MHz Choice today.)

Wilder: Season 1 (Switzerland) (In Swiss German & French)

This dark, award-winning mystery series, set in a remote and picturesque Alpine village, stars Sarah Spale (Night Train to Lisbon) as Rosa Wilder, a cop who gets drawn into a murder investigation in her hometown while grappling with new information about her brother’s tragic death.

Enrico Piaggio: Vespa (Italy)

This biopic feature film stars Alessio Boni (The Best of Youth) as Enrico Piaggio, a determined entrepreneur in post-war Italy who risks everything on his latest invention, soon to be the most famous scooter in the world — the Vespa.


Beck: Season 7 (Sweden)

Peter Haber (Enemy’s Enemy) and Kristofer Hivju (Games of Thrones) lead an ensemble cast in the latest season of the popular, long-running Swedish police procedural.

The New Nurses: Season 4 (Sygeplejeskolen) (Denmark)

Set in the 1950s, this drama returns with more stories that follow the staff and patients at Fredenslund Hospital, a radical amongst the Copenhagen medical establishment for training men as nurses.


The Art of Crime: Season 5 (L’art du crime) (France)

Nicolas Gob (A French Village, Chefs) and Eléonore Bernheim (Murder In…, Maigret) return as detective Antoine Verlay and art historian Florence Chassagne for another season of this popular and addictive mystery series set in Paris.

The Sandhamn Murders: Season 7 (Morden i Sandhamn) (Sweden)

Swedish star Alexandra Rapaport (Gåsmamman) returns as crime-solving Nora in the new season of murder mysteries based on the popular novels by Viveca Sten.

Murders at Barlume: Season 3 (I delitti del BarLume) (Italy)

Based on the novels by Marco Malvaldi, the new season of this series from the producers of Detective Montalbano brings more quirky and comic Italian mysteries to our screens.

All of the above titles will be available to screen on MHz Choice in the US and Canada via the MHz Choice website, the streamer’s Android, iOS and other apps, and on its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon Channels.

No MHz Choice subscription? No problem! New subscribers in the US and Canada can take advantage of the streamer’s “12 Days of Murder” promotion, which gives you one free month when using the code MHZ1MONTH at checkout on mhzchoice.com.


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MHz Choice Brings Three New Euro TV Dramas + New Beck & More in December