It’s a bumper crop of programs in June, with 34 Euro TV titles having their premieres in the US and beyond, plus one from Canada debuting in the US.
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.
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Borgen: Power & Glory (Denmark)
In this fourth season of the hit BAFTA Award-winning and International Emmy® Award-nominated political drama, Sidse Babett Knudsen (1864) reprises her role as Birgitte Nyborg, the former Prime Minister of Denmark and the country’s newly-appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs. Also returning to the series is Birgitte Hjort Sørensen (Greyzone) as Katrine Fønsmark, Birgitte’s former head of press, now the director of the news department for a large, national television station.
The eight-episode new season sees a drilling company suddenly discovering oil in Greenland, an event that “could be a climate catastrophe.” It also marks the beginning of an international struggle for power in the Arctic. We’re talking the United States, China, and Russia. While Nyborg is an experienced politician, here she faces a massive situation — one in which Denmark’s “big brother” relationship with Greenland means little when Denmark is but a minor player in the midst of global superpowers. As individuals and nations struggle for power, the impact of power affects people both professionally and on a personal level. People like Birgitte and Katrine.
For the long lists of new and returning cast members, read this article.
Borgen – Power & Glory premieres globally (outside of the Nordic countries) on Thursday, June 2, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Women Undercover (Les Espionnes Racontent)
This docuseries of animated vignettes from journalist Chloé Aeberhardt profiles six real-life female spies from modern global conflicts, World War II, and the Cold War-era — aiming to dispel myths that women rely on their femininity and sexuality to obtain essential intelligence and engage in acts of political espionage.
As the Crow Flies (Kus uçusu) (Turkey)
This eight-episode drama thriller is about the clash between Gen X and Gen Z. It follows Asli Tuna (Miray Daner, The Protector), an ambitious young fan of Lale Kiran (Birce Akalay, The Choice), a seasoned news program presenter, who maneuvers her way into Lale’s newsroom. But instead of climbing her way to the top by earning it through hard work, she opts for a different strategy, one through which she intends to fly into the upper ranks and be one of the most important people at the conference table much sooner. In so doing, Asli soon confronts the dark side of ambition, envy, and the desire to be seen — while Lale watches her glitzy life unravel, both at work and in her marriage.
Featuring Ibrahim Çelikkol (Intersection), Irem Sak (Çukur), and Defne Kayalar (Ethos), As the Crow Flies, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, June 3, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Mr Good: Cop or Crook? (Norway)
This docuseries centers on Eirik Jensen, a now-former top cop in Norway whom investigators suspected of drug trafficking.
Mr Good: Cop or Crook?, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Friday, June 3, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Paris Murders: Season 4 (Profilage) (France)
Season 4 of this crime thriller opens with criminologist Chloé Saint-Laurent (Odile Vuillemin, The Last Wave) recovering from the events in the Season 3 finale. Meanwhile, Adèle Delettre (Juliette Roudet, Fear by the Lake) joins up with Rocher’s (Philippe Bas, Murder in La Ciotat) team to find her kidnapped sister, after a new lead in the investigation offers clues about kidnapper Argos.
The Perfect Mother (Une mère parfaite) (France)
Based on Nina Darnton’s novel The Perfect Mother, a fictionalized account of the Amanda Knox story, this miniseries follows Hélène Berg (Julie Gayet, Torn), whose peaceful life in Berlin is turned upside down after she learns her daughter, Anya (Eden Decourant, The Red Shadows), a student in Paris, is the prime suspect in a murder case. Convinced of Anya’s innocence, Hélène goes to Paris to support her daughter while also conducting her own investigation with help from Vincent (Tomer Sisley, Balthazar), a lawyer and her childhood sweetheart. But they soon discover incriminating evidence against Anya, causing Hélène to wonder if her daughter really is guilty.
The Perfect Mother, a Netflix Series, premieres globally (outside France) on Friday, June 3, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Two Summers (Twee Zomers) (Belgium)
Set at an isolated island getaway, this thriller centers on a group of friends who reunite for a lavish holiday 30 years after they spent a summer vacation together, during which someone died. But that wasn’t the only horrible thing that happened; one amongst them was the victim of a sexual assault committed by others in the group. There’s video footage of the crime, and now the perpetrators are being blackmailed…
The cast includes An Miller (Salamander), Tom Vermeir (Hotel Beau Séjour), Herwig Ilegems (Professor T), Inge Paulussen (Thieves of the Wood), Kevin Janssens (Undercover), Ruth Becquart (Blackout), and Koen De Bouw (Professor T).
Two Summers, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, June 3, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Beck: Season 8 (Sweden)
Peter Haber, Kristofer Hivju (Game of Thrones), and the rest of the regular cast are back for another season of this long-running, fan-favorite Nordic noir mystery-crime drama series. The new season opens with Martin Beck (Haber) returning from sick leave, just in time for him and the team to jump into a new murder case.
Bogre – The Great European Heresy (Bogre: La grande eresia europea) (Italy)
This historical travelogue traces the footsteps of the Cathars and the Bogomils, two spiritual and social movements that questioned the authority and power of the Church in the Middle Ages.
Cherif: Season 4 (France)
Abdelhafid Metalsi (Spiral) returns for another season as as Captain Kader Cherif, a brilliant, street-savvy detective with the Lyon Crime Squad. Along with his by-the-book partner, Captain Adeline Briard (Carole Bianic, Perfect Murders), hometown boy Cherif delves into and solves murders in France’s third-largest city.
Baby Fever (Skruk) (Denmark)
This six-episode comedy-drama series revolves around the life of fertility doctor Nana (Josephine Park, Darkness: Those Who Kill) and the clients she treats. While in a drunken state, Nana inseminates herself with the sperm of her ex-boyfriend. and kicks off a chain reaction of catastrophes. Now pregnant, Nana must figure out how to explain her condition, as she can’t hide it forever. She also feels compelled to win back her ex-boyfriend and long-lost love. The problem is, he isn’t particularly interested in getting back with Nana.
Costars include Olivia Joof Lewerissa (DNA), Simon Sears (Shadow and Bone), Charlotte Munck (Anna Pihl), Mikael Birkkjær (Borgen), Tammi Øst (The Killing), Emil Prenter (Sex), Thomas Levin (Borgen), Jesper Ole Feit Andersen (The Chestnut Man), Amelia Høy (Below the Surface), Morten Jørgensen (Another Round), Anne Sofie Wanstrup (The Venus Effect), and Swedish actress Lisa Carlehed (The Emigrants).
Baby Fever, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, June 8, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now at www.netflix.com/babyfever.)
Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis (Germany)
This documentary centers on the August 1988 Gladbeck hostage crisis, in which two armed bank robbers took hostages and kept German police at bay for 54 hours — a drama that ended in a shootout and left three people dead.
Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Wednesday, June 8, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Rhythm + Flow France (France)
In this music competition series, French rappers freestyle, battle, and write their way to a 100,000 euro prize — if they can pass muster with judges Niska, Shay, and SCH.
Rhythm + Flow France, a Netflix series, premieres globally with its first episode (of eight) on Thursday, June 9, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.) New episodes will debut weekly.
Intimacy (Intimidad) (Spain)
This eight-episode drama follows the lives of four women who are forced to tread the fine line between what belongs to one’s public versus one’s private life, after a sex tape of a politician with a promising future is leaked to the press.
Key cast members include Itziar Ituño (Money Heist), Patricia López Arnaiz (The Plague), Emma Suárez (Criminal: Spain), Verónica Echegui (Fortitude), Ana Wagener (The Innocent), and Yune Nogueiras (Coven).
Intimacy, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, June 10, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
A Murder of Crows: Season 2 (Der Kommissar und…) (Germany)
Roeland Wiesnekker (Tunnel of Dreams) returns as Chief Inspector Martin Brühl in a brand new feature-length crime thriller, in which four-year-old Benjamin disappears without a trace from a high-rise complex’s playground, leaving his mother, Dina Ritter (Stephanie Amarell, The Same Sky), distraught. The clock keeps ticking, but the police don’t find the boy. Then the investigation takes a turn when Dina’s brother, Tobias (Jacob Matschenz, Babylon Berlin), explains that Benjamin is a fiction that Dina made up due to trauma. With this information, the case should be closed, but Martin keeps searching and learns the truth about Benjamin.
Costarring Meike Droste (Tatort), A Murder of Crows: Season 2 premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, June 10, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.
The Wagner Method (César Wagner) (France)
Gil Alma (Inside) stars in this crime drama as César Wagner, a confirmed bachelor, faithful hypochondriac, and bighearted police captain recently transferred to the judicial police department in his hometown of Strasbourg. Assisted by medical examiner Elise Beaumont (Olivia Côte, Call My Agent!), the work-obsessed Wagner tries to impose his own distinctive style, unsettling both suspects and his own squad. He must win his team’s trust, so for his first mission, Wagner ignores appearances and investigates the seemingly accidental death of a rising star of local football.
This 12-part mini docuseries goes behind the scenes to show how the Sartiglia, the captivating, 500-year-old medieval equestrian tournament featuring guild members on horseback, racing along a sanded track, comes to life every year.
Centaur (Centauro) (Spain)
In this action-adventure feature, Rafa (Àlex Monner, Elite, Unauthorized Living), a superbike racer, tries to clear his son’s mother’s debt to a cartel by becoming a drug courier — risking his chances of going pro and jeopardizing his life in the process.
Costarring Begoña Vargas (High Seas) and Carlos Bardem (El Cid), Centaur, a Netflix Film premieres globally on Wednesday, June 15, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Heart Parade (Poland)
In this new comedy, Magda (Anna Próchniak, Baptiste), a dog-fearing, career-minded woman. does what needs must to save her job — in this case, travel to Kraków, where she meets a charming widower, his son, and their four-legged best friend.
Heart Parade, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, June 15, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Love & Anarchy (Kärlek & Anarki) (Sweden)
Following on from the events in Season 1, the new season of this comedy-drama sees a newly-divorced Sofie (Ida Engvoll, Bonus Family) trying to create a life for herself and Max (Björn Mosten). However, due to unforeseen events, she instead finds herself in the middle of a life crisis, which affects her relationship with Max in a huge way — and nothing turns out the way either of them had hoped.
At the same time, the small publishing house of Lund & Lagersted is caught between two worlds — doing its best to operate in the very traditional literary world while concurrently trying to navigate new opportunities available in today’s society. Needless to day, it doesn’t take long before conflicts crop up between the old and the new and between great art and financial realities.
David Dencik (The Chestnut Man) and Marina Bouras (When the Dust Settles) join the cast, which includes Gizem Erdogan (Caliphate), Carla Sehn (Anxious People), Reine Brynolfsson (Spring Tide), Björn Kjellman (30 Degrees in February), Lars Väringer (Alex), Johannes Kuhnke (The Rain), Ruben Lopez (Oskar, Oskar), Ludde Hagberg (Wallander), and Yasmine Garbi (Snabba Cash).
Love & Anarchy: Season 2, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, June 16, exclusively on Netflix.
The First Forgotten (Le premier oublié) (France)
French R&B singer M. (Matt) Pokora stars in this drama as Axel, a cook on a freighter who decides to visit his mother, Françoise (Muriel Robin, Marie Besnard l’empoisonneuse…), from whom he’s been estranged for years. But she now suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and doesn’t recognize him. His siblings, Ivan (Francis Renaud, No Second Chance) and Lucie (Camille Aguilar, Black Spot), want to put Françoise in a care home, but Axel is against it, delaying his departure in order to take care of her.
Doom Of Love (Askin Kiyameti) (Turkey)
In this romance drama, Fırat’s (Boran Kuzum, The Protector) ad agency goes bankrupt, after which he falls for a singer (Pinar Deniz, Love 101) at a yoga retreat and joins her on a journey of self-realization.
Cotarring Yiğit Kirazcı (50M2), Doom Of Love, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Monday, June 20, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Cécile Bois (Candice Renoir) stars in this French re-imagining of the BBC’s hit Welsh thriller Keeping Faith, playing Gloria Meyers, a lawyer and mother of three who runs a law practice with her husband, David (Michaël Cohen, The Passenger). While Gloria is home on maternity leave, David suddenly goes missing, forcing her to pick up the chaotic and dangerous pieces left in the wake of his disappearance. As Gloria forges ahead to find her husband, distrust and shocking revelations spread through their family and the neighbors, as well as the police.
Italy Sicily Gela (Italy)
This fascinating portrait of Gela reveals the extraordinary beauty and potential of one of Italy’s most contradictory cities.
Faster Than Fear (Schneller als die Angst) (Germany)
This crime drama follows police investigator Sonja “Sunny” Becker (Friederike Becht, Perfume), whose life is anything but. After serial killer André Haffner (Felix Klare, Tatort) escapes and goes on the run, Sunny starts a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with him. As she gets closer to him, she must face her darkest fears lest they destroy her.
First Class (Spain)
This reality series lets you step into the lives of a group of wealthy friends from Barcelona, who share a love of over-the-top fashion, luxurious parties, and exclusive events.
First Class, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, June 23, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Queen (Królowa) (Poland)
This new drama series follows a renowned Parisian tailor and drag queen, who returns to his hometown in Poland after a 50-year absence to make amends with his daughter.
Starring Andrzej Seweryn (The Mire), Maria Peszek (Nina), and Julia Chętnicka (United States of Love), Queen, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, June 23, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Boundless (Sin limites) (Spain)
In commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation around the world, this four-part historical drama tells the story of the expedition initiated by Ferdinand Magellan (Rodrigo Santoro, Westworld) in 1519 and completed by Juan Sebastián Elcano (Álvaro Morte, Money Heist) in 1522.
Boundless, an Amazon Original, premieres globally (outside Spain) on Friday, June 24, exclusively on Prime Video.
Leo Mattei – Special Unit: Seasons 1 & 2 (Léo Mattéï, Brigade des Mineurs) (France)
Jean-Luc Reichmann (Tribunal) stars in this cop drama as Léo Mattëi, who heads up a special unit of the Paris police that is dedicated to protecting and saving children at risk and solving crimes in which minors are involved.
Axel Bøyum (Home Ground) and Fredrik Skogsrud (Eyewitness) star in this sci-fi comedy as childhood friends Sebastian, now a career-obsessed workaholic, and Mikkel, who never matured past being a teenage laser-tag prodigy. They reunite for Sebastian’s bachelor party, during which an alien invasion occurs — prompting them to put their kick-butt laser tag skills into action to fight back.
Costarring Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (Witch Hunt), Blasted, a Netflix Film premieres globally on Tuesday, June 28, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Gåsmamman: Season 4 (Sweden)
Following the events in the Season 3 finale, the new season of this intense crime thriller opens with Sonja (Alexandra Rapaport, The Sandhamn Murders), a suburban mom pulled into the criminal underworld to pay off her murdered husband’s debts, waking up in hospital, knowing that she is still in danger. (Video is from Season 3).
This docudrama examines the life and work of Italian philosopher Antonio Gramsci, and is based on his essays The Prison Notebooks (1948) and Letters from Prison (1947). Gramsci premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, June 28, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon Channels.
Devils: Season 2 (Italy)
Following the events in Season 1 (based on the bestseller The Devils by Guido Maria Brera), the new season of this thriller opens in 2016. It’s been four years since Massimo Ruggero (Alessandro Borghi, Suburra: Blood on Rome) successfully thwarted a plan against the Euro by his mentor, Dominic Morgan (Patrick Dempsey, Grey’s Anatomy). In staying on as CEO of NYL, Massimo has decided to pursue pro-Chinese acquisitions, bringing in new investors and team members from China. But Dominic reappears and warns him that his new Chinese partners are ready to betray him to wage a silent war between China and the US for the technological control of the data of millions of people.
Between social media platforms, Bitcoins, and 5G, the action will take Massimo, who will have to team up with Dominic if he wants to fight on the right side, up to 2020. In the midst of the global pandemic, Massimo will have to figure out who he should believe and choose which side to take.
Returning cast members include Malachi Kirby (Small Axe), Pia Mechler (Everything Is Wonderful), Paul Chowdhry (The Cleaner), and Lars Mikkelsen (The Killing). Joining the cast are Li Jun Li (Minority Report), Joel de la Fuente (The Man in the High Castle), and Clara Rosager (The Rain).
Devils: Season 2 premieres in the US on Thursday, June 30, at 8 PM ET, on The CW.
Wisting: Season 2, Part 2 (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.
Featuring Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix) as FBI Special Agent Maggie Griffin, Wisting: Season 2, Part 2 premieres in the US and Canada on Thursday, June 30, exclusively on Sundance Now and its digital channels, including Sundance Now on Amazon, as well as on streaming bundle AMC+ and AMC+ on Amazon.
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This French-Canadian fantasy thriller centers on three generations of mysteriously gifted women, who can harness the powers of telepathy, healing, and seduction — although some can be more reckless than others. However, tragic events of the past impede their attempts to blend into the small town they left years earlier, and mistakes are made as love triangles and dangerous pursuits amp up the suspense of each episode.
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The Prague Mysteries (Zlociny Velké Prahy) (Czech Republic)
Inspired by real-life cases from the 1920s, this mystery-crime drama series follows Chief Inspector Budik (Jaroslav Plesl, An Innocent Man) and his colleagues at the Prague State Police, Inspector Havlik (Jirí Langmajer, The Labyrinth) and Detective Martin Novacek (Denis Safarík, Jan Palach), as they fight crime in the villages and farms, as well as urban areas, of Greater Prague.
Buried (Zelazny most) (Poland)
This drama centers on the love triangle of Kacper (Bartlomiej Topa, Hold Tight), his mistress Magda (Julia Kijowska, Rysa), and her husband Oskar (Lukasz Simlat, The Mire), a coal miner who happens to be Kacper’s best friend and also one of his workers. One day Kacper, the foreman, sends Oskar to work in the distant and dangerous sections of the mine in order to spend time with Magda. Then the mine collapses and Oskar is trapped inside. Overwhelmed with guilt and regret, the lovers throw themselves into the rescue operation.
Malevolent (Rum 213) (Sweden)
Based on Ingelin Angerborn’s novel Rum 213, this tween horror movie centers on three 12-year-old girls — Elvira (Wilma Lundgren, Klassen SVT), Meja (Ella Fogelström, Crimes of Passion), and Bea (Elena Hovsepyan, Klassen SVT) — summer camp roommates who are forced to switch rooms after theirs suffers water damage. They end up in room 213, which hasn’t been used in 60 years — and where paranormal events begin to occur.
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The Ambassador (Denmark)
In this award-winning multilingual documentary, respected Danish journalist and documentarian Mads Brügger poses as a Liberian Ambassador as he goes undercover into the African blood diamond trade — and finds himself in exceedingly dangerous situations as he exposes corruption in Africa.
Luisa Spagnoli – Queen of Fashion (Italy)
Luisa Ranieri (The Hand of God, The Promised Life) stars in this award-winning biopic as Luisa Spagnoli, the pioneering businesswoman who became famous for the Perugina brand of chocolates and her own brand of women’s clothing and fashion store in the early years of the 20th century.
The Jump (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.
Header photo credits: Top row (L-R): “Borgen” (Photo by Mike Kollöffel) courtesy of Netflix; “Gloria” (Photo by Julien Cauvin) courtesy of MHz Choice | Bottom row (L-R): “Faster Than Fear” courtesy of Topic; “A Murder of Crows” courtesy of PBS Distribution / Walter Presents
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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