March roars in like a lion for Euro TV fans, bringing the premieres of 43 new series, seasons, and films from 15 countries to the US and beyond.
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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Cherif: Seasons 1 & 2 (France)
This long-running crime drama stars Abdelhafid Metalsi (Spiral) as Captain Kader Cherif, a brilliant and eccentric detective with the Lyon Crime Squad — a role for which he won the Best Actor in a French Series Award at Series Mania for the show’s first season. A local who grew up on cop shows like Kojak and Starsky and Hutch, Cherif knows Lyon like no other and takes street-wise measures to solve crimes. While this has earned him success and praise with his colleagues, one who doesn’t share their enthusiasm is Captain Adeline Briard (Carole Bianic, Perfect Murders), his ambitious and by-the-book partner.
Cherif: Season 1 has its US and Canada streaming debut on Tuesday, March 1, followed by Season 2 on March 29, on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon. (You can add it to your list now.)
Fin Ar Bed (At the end of the world) (France)
This short-form thriller (ten minutes per episode) is the first Euro TV series in the Breton language to be shown on this side of the Atlantic. It tells the story of three strangers — clumsy carjacker Klet (Kaou Langoët, Paris-Brest), carjacking victim Marie (Nolween Korbell, Doc Martin), and elderly hitchhiker Fañch (Stéphane Roger, Non-Fiction) — whose lives intersect on the remote roads of Brittany.
The Jump (Suolis) (Lithuania)
This award-winning documentary tells the incredible story of Simas Kudirka. On Thanksgiving Day, 1970, as the US Coast Guard was meeting a Soviet vessel anchored just off Martha’s Vineyard, Lithuanian sailor Kudirka jumped across the icy water of the Atlantic Ocean from the Soviet boat onto the US Coast Guard cutter in a frantic bid for freedom. To his horror, and to the outcry of the world media, the Americans declined his request for asylum and returned him to the Soviets, who then tried him for treason. The event set off a series of protests throughout the US begging for his freedom and all hope seemed lost — until new information about Simas’s citizenship surfaced.
Through eyewitness reports, rare archival footage, and a dramatic first-person reenactment by now 90-year-old Simas Kudirka, we relive one of the biggest political muddles of the Cold War and a stranger-than-fiction journey that became an inspiration for people, pictures, and politics.
The Jump, a Topic Original, has its US and Canada release via TVOD (purchase or rental) on Tuesday, March 1, on Amazon Video, Google Play, iTunes/Apple TV, and Vudu. (It will be available for SVOD streaming on Topic in June 2022).
Against the Ice (Denmark)
Based on the book Against the Ice by Ejnar Mikkelsen, this English-language historical adventure drama tells the true story of two men — explorer Ejnar Mikkelsen (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Game of Thrones, Headhunters) and mechanic Iver Iversen (Joe Cole, Gangs of London, Peaky Blinders) — who fight to survive as they trek unknown parts of Greenland on a harrowing expedition that changed history.
Featuring Heida Reed (Stella Blómkvist), Ed Speleers (Downton Abbey), Charles Dance (Bleak House), and Gísli Örn Garðarsson (Ragnarok), Against the Ice, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, March 2, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Echos (Katakomben) (Germany)
In this mystery drama, Max (Nick Romeo Reimann, Detective Ellen Lucas), Nellie (Lilly Dreesen, Druck), and Janosch (Yasin Boynuince, Die Chefin) are vapid, privileged 20-somethings who don’t like to think about much beyond partying, so when they hear of an illegal rave at a secret location, they are excited to go. Their destination is the catacombs, a system of tunnels beneath the central station in Munich, undisturbed by the authorities. But when a fire breaks out, dozens are injured in the panic, some go missing, and a network of social outcasts is found to be living underground. After a body is found on the banks of the river, the ensuing mysteries lead the trio against shadowy foes and unexpected consequences.
Midnight at the Pera Palace (Pera Palas’ta Gece Yarisi) (Turkey)
This sci-fi drama follows Esra (Hazal Kaya, Behzat Ç.), a journalist assigned to write a story about the Pera Palas Hotel in Istanbul. Here she finds a room that is actually a portal and time travels back to 1919, a few years before the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. Now she finds herself involved in a political conspiracy against Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, so with club owner Halit (Selahattin Pasali, Love 101), she sets about stopping a plot that would change the fate of modern Turkey.
Midnight at the Pera Palace, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, March 3, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties: Season 2 (France)
This reality series returns with the Kretz family helping more clients find extraordinary homes in France and beyond, while giving viewers a peek inside their lux world as they work and play. The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties: Season 2, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, March 3, exclusively on Netflix.
Bella Germania (Germany)
Loosely based on Daniel Speck‘s novel of the same name, this drama tells the generation-spanning story of a German-Italian family. Young fashion designer Julia Becker (Natalia Belitski, Perfume) meets an old man who introduces himself as her grandfather and tells her that her father is still alive — thus unfolding a family history that she knew nothing about.
Costarring Silvia Busuioc (Tunnel of Dreams) and Christoph Letkowski (Blochin), Bella Germania premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, March 4, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.
Inside Suspicion (La part du soupçon) (France)
Kad Merad (Baron noir) stars in this thriller as Thomas Kertez, husband, father, family man — and the person Police Chief Sophie Lancelle (Géraldine Pailhas, Marseille) suspects is Antoine Durieux-Jelosse, a cold-hearted killer who murdered his entire family, then vanished, fifteen years ago. Lancelle is hellbent on proving Thomas is Antoine, while Thomas insists he isn’t that man or a murderer. Will Lancelle be proved right, or will Thomas be proved innocent?
Costarring Laurence Arné (A French Case), Inside Suspicion premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, March 4, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.
The Invisible Thread (Il filo invisibile) (Italy)
In this dramedy, teenager Leone (Francesco Gheghi, Padrenostro) makes a documentary about his two fathers, and is taken aback when a real-life plot twist occurs in his family.
Costarring Filippo Timi (Murders at Barlume) and Francesco Scianna (Mafia Only Kills in Summer), The Invisible Thread, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, March 4, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Lies and Deceit (Mentiras) (Spain)
Ángela Cremonte (Cable Girls) and Javier Rey (Velvet) star in this Spanish 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.
Rescheduled from November 2021, Lies and Deceit, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, March 4, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
In this romantic comedy, 30-something Leyla (Maryam Hassouni, The Godless) is considered a “Meskina,” a loser. Heartbroken, with no husband or kids, and jobless, but with plenty of opinions and expectations from her family, Leyla sets out to reinvent herself and search for happiness amid her family’s attempts to re-couple her.
Meskina, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, March 4, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts: Season 2 (Guida astrologica per cuori infranti) (Italy)
In the new season of this romantic comedy based on the best-selling novel by Silvia Zucca, Alice (Claudia Gusmano, Mafia Only Kills in Summer) continues to find steady success with her show, “Stars of Love,” while her own star-crossed love with Davide (Michele Rosiello, Gomorrah) proves to be anything but predictable.
An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts: Season 2, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Tuesday, March 8, exclusively on Netflix.
Autumn Girl (Bo we mnie jest seks) (Poland)
Set in 1960s Poland, this biopic-historical drama centers on performer Kalina Jędrusik (Maria Debska, Blinded by the Lights), aka the “Polish Marilyn Monroe.” While she is at the height of her popularity, she must contend with a spurned official threatening to ruin her career.
Costarring Leszek Lichota (The Border), Autumn Girl, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Tuesday, March 8, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Spitfire: Season 1 (Treufoc) (Spain)
This dark crime thriller follows Detective Aina Anglada (Queralt Albinyana, Night and Day) as she begrudgingly works with her new partner, Damia (Joan Miquel Artigues, Pep), to find a serial killer before it’s too late — following a grisly trail of body parts like breadcrumbs from the disturbed killer. Meanwhile, within their special police unit, trust is in short supply and the detectives, their commander, and others struggle to work together.
The Bombardment (Skyggen i mit øje) (Denmark)
Based on true events, this World War II historical drama sees the fates of several Copenhagen residents collide when a British Royal Air Force mission to bomb the Gestapo’s headquarters in Denmark’s capital mistakenly targets a school and kills more than 120 people, including children.
The Bombardment, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, March 9, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Queer Eye Germany (Germany)
This show is the first international spinoff of the successful US reality format. As with the original (and reboot), the German version features five experts — Leni Bolt, David Jakobs, Jan-Henrik Scheper-Stuke, Aljosha Muttardi, and Ayan Yuruk — who use their knowledge, empathy, and combined queer energy to steer the lives of their protégés in a positive direction and, together, open the door to a new, better chapter in their lives.
Queer Eye Germany, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, March 9, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Weekend Family (France)
This comedy series follows the lives of an extended stepfamily — one father, three exes, and three daughters — who meet every weekend. Things take a different turn during these weekly gatherings when Fred (Eric Judor, The Last Mercenary) starts dating someone new.
Costarring Annelise Hesme (Nina), Jeanne Bournaud (Innocent), Anabel Lopez (Baron noir), and Daphnée Côté-Hallé (Faits divers), Weekend Family premieres in the US on Wednesday, March 9, exclusively on Disney+.
Celtic Dreams: Daniel Hope’s Hidden Irish History (Germany)
This English-language documentary follows internationally-acclaimed violinist Daniel Hope as he rediscovers his Irish roots through exploring Ireland, music, and his family legacy.
Celtic Dreams: Daniel Hope’s Hidden Irish History premieres in the US on or after Friday, March 11, on many/most public TV stations and regional networks across the country. The hour-long program also will have a special screening on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17, on the multicast World Channel. Check your local listings or contact the station that serves your area for air dates and times.
Interns (Hippocrate) (France)
The 2019 L’Association des Critiques de Séries award winner for Best Series, this medical drama centers on three inexperienced medical interns at the the Raymond-Poincaré Hospital, who, with help from a forensic doctor, band together and tend to patients in the internal medicine department after their superiors are forced to quarantine at home for 48 hours. But then the quarantine is extended…
Starring Louise Bourgoin (The Romanoffs), Alice Belaïdi (The Bureau), Zacharie Chasseriaud (Fauves), and Karim Leklou (The Last Panthers), Interns premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, March 11, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.
Once Upon a Time… Happily Never After (Érase una vez… pero ya no) (Spain)
In this musical comedy, a couple forced to separate must find each other in another life in order to break a spell on their town, where no one can fall in love — but the arrival of two tourists threatens their chance.
Once Upon a Time… Happily Never After, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, March 11, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminderf for it now.)
The Paradise (Paratiisi) (Finland-Spain)
In this mystery-crime drama, two murders shake the Finnish community of Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol in Spain. Hikka Mäntymäki (Riitta Havukainen, Idiomatic), a 60-year-old veteran crime detective, is sent from Oulu, Finland, to help the local police on a case that will claim more victims in an ever-twisting and evolving series of brutal crimes. However, as Hikka discovers, escaping the cold and the dark is much easier than leaving your own past behind.
Costarring Fran Perea (The Neighbor), the eight-episode The Paradise premieres in its entirety in the US and Canada on Monday, March 14, exclusively Acorn TV and its digital channels, including Acorn TV on Amazon.
Gàbia – Operation Cage (La jaula) (Spain)
This two-part thriller is set against the backdrop of the 2009 Palma Nova bombing by ETA, the Basque nationalist and separatist organization. The story follows Xavi (Xavi Núñez, Moebius), who lives on a boat and befriends a tourist couple now stuck on Mallorca during a mandatory lockdown activated in the aftermath of the bombing. As his personal life gets more strained with his daughter and ex-wife, Xavi’s paranoia begins to get the best of him as he suspects his new acquaintances were involved in the attack.
Marilyn’s Eyes (Marilyn ha gli occhi neri) (Italy)
Stefano Accorsi (1992) and Miriam Leone (Thou Shalt Not Kill) star in this dramedy as Diego and Clara, a creative pair at a psychiatric hospital who turn a fictional restaurant into reality and must find a recipe for healing in the process.
Costarring Thomas Trabacchi (Baby), Marilyn’s Eyes, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Tuesday, March 15, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Veleno: The Town of Lost Children (Italy)
This award-winning, five-part docuseries centers on the “Satanic panic” in the peaceful provincial community of Veleno near Modena in Northern Italy. In 1997 Veleno was rocked by a series of cases of pedophilia and satanism that led to the removal of 16 children from their families. Police inquiries uncovered “the Devils of the lower Modena,” an alleged sect headed by a priest in the area, and led to the imprisonment of 14 people, including parents and relatives of the children. However, a journalistic investigation 20 years later delivered shocking new revelations and shed doubt on the entire case.
Veleno: The Town of Lost Children premieres in the US and Canada in its entirety on Tuesday, March 15, on Sundance Now and its digital channels, including Sundance Now on Amazon, as well as on the AMC+ streaming bundle.
Arctic Circle: Season 2 (Ivalo) (Finland)
Opening six months after the the events in Season 1, the new season of this complex, multilingual crime thriller finds Finnish detective Nina Kautsalo (Iina Kuustonen, Syke) has relocated to Rovaniemi due to family matters. While working for the city’s police department, a homicide case prompts her to join a new cross-border police unit, where she partners with Russian detective Viktor (Maxim Busel, Volk). The murder investigation takes them to Murmansk, Russia, where members of an international secret society, individuals with a twisted sense of vigilante justice, host hunting parties where they condemn released criminals to death.
Arctic Circle: Season 2, a Topic Original, premieres in the US and Canada with its first three episodes on Thursday, March 17, exclusively on Topic and its digital channels, including Topic on Amazon. New episodes will debut weekly through April 7.
Soil (Grond) (Belgium)
In this comedy series, young entrepreneur Ismael (Yassine Ouaich, Women of the Night) revamps the family business by setting up a bold yet risky plan of importing soil from Morocco to bury his Muslim community’s deceased — opening a “Pandora’s coffin” in the process.
Costarring Ward Kerremans (Black Widow) and Ahlaam Teghadouini (Hoodie), Soil, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, March 17, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Alessandro Cattelan: One Simple Question (Italy)
In this new reality series, Italian television and radio presenter Alessandro Cattelan searches for the sources of happiness through interviews and unique experiences with celebrity guests, including Cannes Film Festival-winning writer-director Paolo Sorrentino (The Hand of God) and former professional footballer Roberto Baggio.
Alessandro Cattelan: One Simple Question, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, March 18, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Black Crab (Sweden)
Set during a harsh, seemingly endless winter in a post-apocalyptic world torn apart by war, this sci-fi action thriller follows six soldiers who embark on a covert mission across a frozen archipelago, risking their lives to transport a mysterious package that could end the war. As they enter hostile enemy territory, they have no idea what dangers lie ahead or who, if anyone, they can trust. But for speed skater-turned-soldier Caroline Edh (Noomi Rapace, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), the mission is about something else entirely.
Based on Jerker Virdborg‘s novel of the same name, the film costars Jakob Oftebro (Agent Hamilton), Erik Enge (The Bridge), Dar Salim (Warrior), Ardalan Esmaili (Rebecka Martinsson), Aliette Opheim (Katla), and David Dencik (The Chestnut Man).
Black Crab premieres globally on Friday, March 18, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Cracow Monsters (Krakowskie potwory) (Poland)
In this supernatural drama, a young woman haunted by her past joins a mysterious professor and his group of gifted students, who investigate paranormal activity — and fight demons.
Cracow Monsters, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, March 18, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
This outrageous and unabashedly honest comedy follows four middle(ish)-aged women in Stockholm who are struggling to keep their libidos alive in a sexually frustrating world. It stars Sofia Helin (The Bridge, Atlantic Crossing), Anja Lundqvist (Heder, Gåsmamman), Julia Dufvenius (Blinded, Missing), and Elin Klinga (The Unlikely Murderer, A Class Apart).
When public health researcher Anette (Helin) starts asking women in their mid-40s and up about their sex lives for the government’s “Sex Is a Highway to Health” study, she, her sister, and her closest friends begin questioning their own sex lives. How has the decadent “Swedish Sin” been replaced by the mundane realities of Thursday sex, careers, kids, marriage, divorce, and the never-ending struggle to stay young, fit, and sexy?
Costars in the eight-episode series include Danilo Bejarano (Agent Hamilton), Johan Widerberg (Spring Tide), Björn Bengtsson (Thicker than Water), Jonas Malmsjö (The Sandhamn Murders), Magnus Roosmann (Young Royals), and Roshi Hoss (We Got This).
Lust, a Max Original, premieres in its entirety on Friday, March 18, on all HBO Max platforms across 61 territories, including the US, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Europe.
Standing Up (France)
From Fanny Herrero, the creator of Call My Agent!, comes this comedy-drama about four friends — Aïssatou (Mariama Gueye, Gloria), Nezir (Younes Boucif, Magnetic Beats), Bling (Jean Siuen, Stella), and Apolline (Elsa Guedj, A Radiant Girl) — who will risk everything to make it in stand-up comedy.
Standing Up, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, March 18, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
In Good Hands (Turkey)
Diagnosed with a terminal illness, a single mother encounters a suave bachelor as she grapples with the future of her headstrong six-year-old. In Good Hands, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Monday, March 21, exclusively on Netflix.
Deadly Tropics: Season 1 (Tropiques criminels) (France)
This fun, female-driven police dramedy mystery series follows detectives Mélissa Sainte-Rose (Sonia Rolland, Murder in the Somme) and Gaëlle Crivelli (Béatrice de la Boulaye, The Returned) as they investigate crimes in sun-drenched Martinique.
Parallels (Parallèles) (France)
This young adult (YA) fantasy-mystery series follows four teenage friends — Bilal, Romane, Samuel and Victor — whose lives on the French-Swiss border are turned upside down when a mysterious event scatters the group across time and into separate universes. With two friends in the present day, and the other two in a completely separate timeline, they race to find each other, hoping to unravel the mystery of the event and return home before forever altering their futures.
Starring Thomas Chomel (Clem), Omar Mebrouk (H24), Jules Houplain (Eyewitness), and Jade Pedri (Captain Marleau), Parallels, a Disney+ Original, premieres in the US on Wednesday, March 23, exclusively on Disney+.
The Empress: Season 2 (Maria Theresia) (Austria-Czech Republic)
Season 2 of this biopic-historical drama sees Maria Theresa (Stefanie Reinsperger, How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast)), after having taken control of her father’s throne, and the Bavarians declaring war on Austria, hoping for an end to the war with Prussia. But her position as a powerful woman still draws the ire of many, including her mother-in-law, who sends her other son to spy on the rival Habsburg military. Maria Theresa feels like she is fighting alone when she discovers her husband has been betraying her by keeping a mistress and trading information with the enemy.
When, in a desperate gesture, Maria hires a mercenary army, the tides turn. But this will come at a price. Maria has an affair of her own, which leads to serious consequences — opening her up to blackmail. Facing increasing pressures from all sides, including her own family, Maria has no choice but to address head-on both the issues of the state and those of her marriage.
Something to Hide (Le Mensonge) (France)
Based on the true story of the Iacono Affair, detailed in Christian Iacono’s book Le Mensonge, this biopic-historical drama stars Daniel Auteuil (Jean de Florette) as Claude Arbona, a mayor with a happy marriage and family and a successful career — until his young grandson accuses Claude of raping him.
Candice Renoir: Season 4 (France)
In Season 4 of this popular mystery-police procedural series, things aren’t exactly going swimmingly for Commander Candice Renoir (Cécile Bois, Germinal). She’s lost Captain Antoine Dumas (Raphaël Lenglet, The Red Shadows) to a better job, her investigative methods are derided during her court testimony, and one of her investigations brings her back to her hometown in the north of France, where she discovers her mother is involved in a series of murders. (Trailer is from Season 1)
Costarring Ali Marhyar (Family Business) and Gaya Verneuil (Drôle de famille!), the ten-episode Candice Renoir: Season 4 premieres in the US and Canada in its entirety on Monday, March 28, exclusively Acorn TV and its digital channels, including Acorn TV on Amazon.
Cherif: Season 2 (France)
Tandem: Season 3 (France)
The ex-husband-and-wife detective duo of Léa Soler (Astrid Veillon, Perfect Murders) and Paul Marchal (Stéphane Blancafort, Innocent) have more murders to investigate in Montpellier in the third season of this popular mystery series.
I Cavalieri Di Castelcorvo (The Knights of Castelcorvo) (Italy)
In this YA mystery-adventure series, four friends discover that Castelcorvo is no ordinary town. Beneath its serene surface, it hides mysteries, magic, and turmoil. To face problems and unforeseen events here, the quartet make a pact: they will be the new Knights of Castelcorvo — all while dealing with typical teen issues, from misunderstandings with adults, to the dilemmas of first love.
I Cavalieri Di Castelcorvo premieres in the US on Wednesday, March 30, exclusively on Disney+.
Wisting: Season 2, Part 1 (Norway)
Based on the novel The Inner Darkness, Book 3 in Jørn Lier Horst’s “The Cold Case Quartet,” the latest installment of this Nordic noir mystery-crime drama opens with a literal bang. A convicted killer escapes from Detective Wisting’s (Sven Nordin, Valkyrien) custody by triggering a grenade during the inspection of a potential crime scene in the woods. The killer, who promised to reveal the location of yet another murder victim, instead blasts his way to freedom with the help of a former accomplice, injuring police officers in the process.
The case is now personal for the entire Larvik police force. Wisting embarks on some of the most intense days of his life as he must manage his revenge-thirsty team, as well as stop the two criminals before they continue their killing spree. The case also becomes personal for Wisting’s daughter, Line (Thea Green Lundberg, Occupied), who is shooting a true-crime documentary about serial killers and was the one who instigated the whole inspection.
The four-part Wisting: Season 2, Part 1 premieres in the US and Canada on Thursday, March 31, on Sundance Now and its digital channels, including Sundance Now on Amazon, as well as on the AMC+ streaming bundle.
800 Meters (800 Metros) (Spain)
This docuseries delves into two terrorist attacks in Spain in 2017, perpetrated by young members of its community, and seeks to understand how events like these could happen. 800 Meters, a Netflix Series, premieres globally and exclusively on Netflix (date tba). (You can set a reminder for it now.)
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS DEBUTING ON LINEAR TV
The Symphony of Love (Americke Dopisy) (Czech Republic)
Based on a true story, this award-winning historical romance drama centers on world-famous composer Antonin Dvorak (Hynek Cermák, The Fury). While living in New York City in the early 1890s, he receives a letter from his hometown bearing news that will change his and his family’s lives forever: His sister-in-law, Josefína (Sona Norisová, Ve stínu), is extremely ill. She, rather than his wife Anna (Petra Spalková, Wasteland), is actually Antonin’s true love and true muse, so he leaves his life in America behind and returns to Bohemia to reunite with Josefína before she dies. The Symphony of Love has its linear debut on Friday, March 25, at 9 PM ET, on Eurochannel.
The Library Suicides (Y Llyfrgell) (Wales)
Based on the novel Y Llyfrgell by Fflur Dafydd, this award-winning thriller follows twin sisters Ana and Nan (Catrin Stewart, Doctor Who, Bang, Lifelines) as they set about avenging their mother’s death. Before she took her final breath, she uttered a name, and this is the person the twins decide must pay for their mother’s suicide. So they plan a murder in one of the most public places in the UK: the Welsh National Library.
Directed by multi-award winner Euros Lyn (Doctor Who, Sherlock, Broadchurch), who brought home the 2017 BAFTA Wales Best Director: Fiction award for this film, The Library Suicides has its US linear debut on Saturday, March 26, at 8:30 PM ET, on Eurochannel.
Header photo credits: Top (L-R): Wisting (photo by Stig Jarnes/AcornTV © 2021 AcornTV LLC & AMC Film Holdings LLC) courtesy of Sundance Now; Autmn Girl (© 2022 Netflix, Inc.) courtesy of Netflix | Bottom (L-R) Arctic Circle courtesy of Topic; Spitfire (© Ismael Munoz) courtesy of MHz Choice
For details about the March 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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