Three dozen (36) new series, seasons, and films from 18 countries premiere in the US and beyond in July, along with the US linear premieres of three additional titles.
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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How to Screw It All Up (Cómo mandarlo todo a la mierda) (Spain)
This drama centers on Alba, who’s having a tough time adjusting to her new school and an even worse time with life after she learns the end-of-year school trip has been cancelled, thus destroying her plans to run away from home. But then a group of classmates concocts the perfect plan: Let Alba’s parents believe the trip is still happening, steal the van of one of their brothers, and escape on three-week road trip.
How to Screw It All Up, a Max Original, premieres in the US on Friday, July 1, exclusively on HBO Max.
I Know Who You Are (Sé quién eres) (Spain)
Set in Barcelona, this thriller stars Francesc Garrido (The Time in Between) as Juan Elias, a famous lawyer who suffers amnesia after a terrible car accident and must defend his name after being accused of murdering his missing niece, Ana. With the help of his wife, Judge Alicia Castro (Blanca Portillo, Parot), Juan tries to reconstruct what happened that night. Ana’s father, Ramón (Nancho Novo, The Cook of Castamar), is convinced Juan murdered Ana and hires a prestigious law firm to prove Juan’s guilt.
The Sommerdahl Murders: Season 3 (Sommerdahl) (Denmark)
This mystery-crime drama series returns with eight new episodes that follow the homicide investigations of detectives Dan Sommerdahl (Peter Mygind, Borgen, Darkness: Those Who Kill) and his partner, Flemming Trop (André Babikian, Borgen, The Protectors), in the picturesque coastline town of Helsingør in Denmark. Amongst the victims this season are a family man, a contractor, and a nun.
But there is more between these two best friends than their job chasing down killers; they are also two parts of a love triangle that includes Marianne (Laura Drasbæk, Park Road, The Killing), a criminal technician who is Dan’s ex-wife and Flemming’s secret lover.
Don Matteo: Season 10 (Italy)
One of the few Euro TV mystery series that is rated TV-G and not made specifically for younger viewers is this fan-favorite show starring Terence Hill as Don Matteo, an ordinary Catholic priest with an extraordinary ability to read people and solve crimes. In Season 10’s 26 episodes, Don Matteo delves into the murders of a jujitsu coach, an abusive husband, and a bar owner, amongst other crimes. (Video is from Season 9)
King of Stonks (Germany)
Inspired by real events, this comedy-drama series follows Felix Armand (Thomas Schubert, Murder by the Lake), an overly-ambitious, power-hungry, and greedy programmer and “almost CEO” of start-up company Cable Cash, who will do absolutely anything to climb that final step to the top. While his megalomaniac boss, Magnus (Matthias Brandt, Dark Woods), basks in the spotlight, Felix is in the background, holding up a crumbling wall against the mafia, investors, regulatory bodies, and short sellers. What’s the guy to do? Fake it til he makes it. So Felix transforms from being a lousy little programmer into the biggest swindler in German post-war history.
While Felix is digging himself into an ever-deeper hole of doctored accounts, floating the company on the stock market becomes a risky tightrope walk, and the hyped stocks of Cable Cash AG — the most successful FinTech company of all time and all of Germany — are fast turning into over-inflated stonks. Or are they? Soon everything blows up in Felix’s face — we’re talking money laundering, investor deception, and internet pornography — and once again everything’s on him, even after he manages to free Magnus from the clutches of the Sicilian Mafia. The press, politicians, and members of the criminal underworld, not to mention Magnus himself — they all want a piece of the pie and Felix can’t keep up trying to play them all against each other.
Amidst everything, there’s Sheila Williams (Larissa Sirah Herden, Bad Banks), a short seller and a woman Felix really shouldn’t fall in love with, but…
Featuring Sophia Burtscher (Tatort: Cologne), Altine Emini (SOKO Stuttgart), and Andreas Döhler (Faster than Fear), King of Stonks, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, July 6, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Created and directed by series star Simon Astier (Mortel), this half-hour sci-fi comedy series follows Richard (Astier), who follows in his grandfather’s footsteps and joins the police in Pointe-Claire. But the welcome he receives on his first day isn’t the warmest, and that night he sees two strange lights collide in the sky. So begin the mysterious events that occur in this small town…
Costarring Damien Jouillerot (Baron noir) and Vincent Desagnat (Inhuman Resources), Visitors, a Max Original, premieres in the US on Thursday, July 7, exclusively on HBO Max.
Below the Surface: Season 2 (Gidseltagningen) (Denmark)
In the second season of this action-packed psychological crime thriller, another terrorist attack rocks Denmark. This time an apparently Islamist terrorist attack occurs in the wake of the conflict in Syria. The terrorists want June al-Baqee (Yasmin Mahmoud, Darkness: Those Who Kill), a newly-returned foreign fighter who fought against ISIS in Syria. To get her, they hijack a ferry and take all crew and passengers hostage. Only Philip Nørgaard (Johannes Lassen, 1864) won’t be leading the police’s Terror Task Force, as he is one of the hostages.
Returning cast members include Alexandre Willaume (The Head), Peder Thomas Pedersen (Pros and Cons), Flemming Enevold (The Killing), Esben Dalgaard Andersen (Couple Trouble), and Kenneth M. Christensen (Vikings: Valhalla). Joining the cast are Ola Rapace (Hassel), Søren Pilmark (Atlantic Crossing), Ali Sivandi (Follow the Money), Søren Malling (Borgen), Helle Fagralid (Darkness: Those Who Kill), and Laura Christensen (The Investigation).
Capitani: Season 2 (Luxembourg)
In the new season of this mystery-crime drama, police inspector Luc Capitani (Luc Schiltz, Unit 42) is now living in Luxembourg City and working a new job. It doesn’t take long before he finds himself entangled in a murder investigation linked to the capital’s criminal underworld.
Capitani: Season 2, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, July 8, exclusively on Netflix.
Dangerous Liaisons (Les Liaisons dangereuses) (France)
Based on the classic epistolary novel Dangerous Liaisons by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos, this contemporary drama stars social media influencer Paola Locatelli as Célène, an idealistic 17-year-old student who is more interested in reading than in social networks. A believer in absolute love, she is engaged to Pierre (Aymeric Fougeron, What Pauline Is Not Telling You). However, Célène will be living apart from her fiancé for a while, leaving Paris for Biarritz, and her life will never be the same.
At her new school, Célène is quickly confronted by the evil elite, a nasty clique ruled by former big-screen star and Instagram queen Vanessa (Ella Pellegrini, L’école de la vie) and celebrity surfer Tristan (Simon Rérolle, Research Unit). Tristan is both dangerous and seductive, and Célène falls in love with him — and has no clue that she is at the center of a cruel bet between Tristan and Vanessa…
Dangerous Liaisons, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, July 8, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Longest Night (La noche más larga) (Spain)
The action in this crime thriller takes place on one night, December 24th. It happens in one place, the Monte Baruca psychiatric prison. It is on Christmas eve that a group of armed men surrounds the prison and cuts off communications with the outside. Their objective: capture inmate Simón Lago (Luis Callejo, In from the Cold, Locked Up), a dangerous serial killer. If the guards hand him over, the assault will be over in mere minutes. But Hugo (Alberto Ammann, Narcos, Apaches), the prison warden, refuses to give in to their demand and prepares to resist the attack.
The cast of the six-episode drama includes Fran Berenguer (Toy Boy), Maria Caballero (The Girl in the Mirror), Adolfo Fernández (Cable Girls), Bárbara Goenaga (You Cannot Hide), César Mateo (Welcome to Eden), José Luis García Pérez (In from the Cold), Roman Rymar (Money Heist), and David Solans (Merlí), amongst others.
The Longest Night, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, July 8, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
For Jojo (Für Jojo) (Germany)
This coming-of-age drama centers on Jojo (Nina Gummich, Charité, The Last Word) and Paula (Caro Cult, Biohackers, Babylon Berlin), inseparable, longtime friends who are enjoying their lives to the max as single young women in Berlin — until Jojo falls head over heels for a guy from her hometown and decides to build a future with him, far from Berlin and from Paula.
This new situation puts their friendship to the test, collapses Paula’s world, and begins a dark time for her. Angry and offended, Paula tries to rebuild her life on her own, without her longtime soulmate. But scarred by the pain of separation from her better half and driven by the fear of loneliness, Paula does everything she can to prevent Jojo from making what might be the biggest mistake of her life, stopping at nothing to win Jojo back — like drive a wedge between the happy couple and sabotage their wedding.
Also featuring in the cast are Steven Sowah (Never Too Late for Justice), Anne Zander (Tatort: Borowski), Louis Nitsche (The Four of Us), Tristán López (Barcelona Crime), Pascal Houdus (Helen Dorn), and Iskander Madjitov (The Queen’s Gambit).
For Jojo, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Monday, July 11, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Valley of the Dead (Malnazidos) (Spain)
In this action-adventure-horror feature set during the Spanish Civil War, a small group of sworn enemies must work together after they encounter flesh-eating zombies created in a Nazi experiment.
Valley of the Dead, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Monday, July 11, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Cherif: Season 5 (France)
In the penultimate season of this addictive mystery series, the brilliant, street-savvy, and eccentric detective Captain Kader Cherif (Abdelhafid Metalsi, Spiral) investigates the murder of a young girl, the abduction of a newborn baby, and the assassination of a columnist on live TV, amongst other cases of the Lyon Crime Squad. (Video is from Season 4)
My Daughter’s Killer (France)
This true-crime documentary focuses on a father who fights for decades to bring his daughter’s killer to justice in France and Germany before taking extreme measures. My Daughter’s Killer, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Tuesday, July 12, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Under the Amalfi Sun (Sotto il sole di Amalfi) (Italy)
In this romantic dramedy, Vincenzo and Camilla reunite for a vacation on the picturesque Amalfi Coast and put their love to the test a year after their romance began in Riccione.
Under the Amalfi Sun, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, July 13, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Vote for Juan: Seasons 1-3 (Spain)
Javier Cámara (The New Pope, Narcos) stars in this comedy series as Juan Carrasco, a Minister of Agriculture (in Season 1, Vota Juan) who decides to take part in his party’s primary elections and runs as the people’s candidate. In Season 2 (Vamos Juan), it’s been two years since Juan reached the heights of power. Now a high school biology teacher in Logroño, Juan, still dedicated to public service and full of political ambition, returns to Madrid with his trusted team to found a new political party. And in Season 3 (Venga Juan), Juan is in way over his head when he is promoted rapidly up the governmental ladder.
Vote for Juan: Season 3, a Max Original series, premieres in the US on Thursday, July 14, exclusively on HBO Max. Seasons 1 and 2 begin streaming on the same date.
This drama centers on Alba (Elena Rivera, Heirs to the Land), a fearless young woman who, while on vacation in her hometown, awakens on a beach. Her body bears evidence of her having been raped, but she has no memory of what happened the night before. Then she learns that her rapists are actually buddies of her boyfriend, Bruno (Eric Masip, Through My Window).
Alba, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, July 15, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Inside Game: Season 1 (Jeux d’influence) (France)
In this drama thriller, farmer Michel Villeneuve (Christophe Kourotchkine, A Very Secret Service) blames agrochemical giant Saskia for his leukemia after using their weed killer. When his politician friend Guillaume Delpierre (Laurent Stocker, Oussekine), and Guillaume’s assistant, Romain Corso (Pierre Perrier, The Returned), campaign to get the pesticide banned, they are forced to contend with Saskia lobbyist Mathieu Bowman (Jean-François Sivadier, The Returned). Then the company’s marketing head is found drowned in the Seine, prompting his daughter, Chloé (Marilou Aussilloux, La Révolution), to launch a behind-the-scenes investigation with help from former journalist Claire Lansel (Alix Poisson, Laetitia) — recently recruited to Bowman’s team…
Live Is Life (Spain)
Set in the 1980s, this comedy-drama feature centers on five boys who, faced with the realities of impending adulthood, unite for a final adventure: hunting down a magical flower that will make their wishes come true.
Live Is Life, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Monday, July 18, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Too Old for Fairy Tales (Za duzy na bajki) (Poland)
In this family feature, spoiled gamer Waldek (newcomer Maciej Karaś) wants to compete in an upcoming tournament, but his mother’s illness and an eccentric aunt force him to rethink his priorities.
Costarring Dorota Kolak (The Woods) and Karolina Gruszka (Moscow Noir), Too Old for Fairy Tales, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Monday, July 18, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Alexandra Ehle (France)
This delightful mystery drama returns with two new feature-length episodes starring Julie Depardieu (Captain Marleau) as Alexandra Ehle, the brilliant, quirky coroner at the Bordeaux Forensic Institute. In one of the episodes, a man tattooed from head to toe is found dead in a boat on the banks of the Garonne. While Antoine (Bernard Yerlès, Station Horizon) digs into the victim’s family disputes, Alexandra is convinced that the key to the mystery is hidden somewhere in the tattoos. (Video is from Season 1)
A Dark, Dark Man (Kazakhstan)
This acclaimed film noir starts with the murder of a small boy in a tight-knit Kazakh community. Here local policeman Bekzat (Daniar Alshinov, Infiniti), already jaded and cynical to the corruption all around him, begins to confront the corrupt system — inspired, almost against his will, by the sudden appearance of an outside journalist, Ariana (Dinara Baktybaeva, The Gentle Indifference of the World). Bekzat’s pursuit of the real murderer is a flawed and jagged zigzag toward justice, during which he encounters plenty of blood and wrongdoing along the way.
Bad Exorcist: Seasons 1-2 (Bogdan Boner: Egzorcysta) (Poland)
In this animated comedy series, no demon is safe as Bogdan Boner, the alcohol-loving, self-taught exorcist-for-hire, returns with more inventive, obscene, and deadly deeds.
Bad Exorcist: Seasons 1-2, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, July 20, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Almost Fly (Germany)
Set in 1990, this six-part coming-of-age comedy-drama centers on three school friends — Walter (Samuel Benito, Blackout), Ben (Andrew Porfitz), and Nik (Simon Fabian) — who are confronted with the realities of the West German provinces and dream of bigger and better things. Everything for them changes when they discover hip-hop…
Almost Fly, a Max Original series, premieres in the US on Thursday, July 21, exclusively on HBO Max.
In this horror feature, 38-year-old Betriek (Sallie Harmsen, Van der Valk) lives at the edge of a peat bog in the north of the Netherlands. When she and her family are attacked by a random stranger one night, Betriek sets out to find an explanation. The more she digs, the more she becomes convinced that she is being hunted by something ancient.
Moloch, a Shudder Original, premieres in the US and Canada on Thursday, July 21, exclusively on Shudder and its digital channels, including Shudder on Amazon, as well as on streaming bundle AMC+ and AMC+ on Amazon.
State of Happiness: Season 2 (Lykkeland) (Norway)
Following the events in Season 1, the new season of this period drama opens in 1977, five years after the founding of the national oil company Statoil. But after the first years of giddy success comes a great disaster: Well 14 at Ekofisk Bravo blows out, causing a massive oil spill to creep towards the Klondike fishing reservoir — the wellspring of the Norwegian economy for centuries.
Environmental politics is put on Norway’s agenda for the first time, intensified by outrage over industrial safety when the Aleksander Kielland platform capsizes in 1980, killing 123 people inside. Season 2 focuses on questions about safety, women’s rights, environmental protection, and the power of profit. How much are the lives of families and friends worth? Has Norway sold off its future?
Returning cast members include Anne Regine Ellingsæter, Bart Edwards (Young Wallander), Malene Wadel, Mads Sjøgård Pettersen (Wisting), Pia Tjelta (Norsemen), Per Kjerstad (Monster), Adam Fergus (Being Erica), Ole Christoffer Ertvaag (The Heavy Water War), and Laila Goody (Valkyrien).
The Defence: Season 3 (Chylka) (Poland)
Following the events in Season 2, Season 3 of this mystery-crime drama series, adapted from the crime-thriller novels by Remigiusz Mróz, finds the career of now-former top lawyer Joanna Chyłka (Magdalena Cielecka, The Teacher) up in flames as she drowns herself in alcohol. But after encountering Bukano (Wojciech Zielinski, Furioza), whose wife and daughter were brutally murdered, she sets about to help him with matters related to the life insurance, only to realize that this case could be the springboard for her return to the top.
Butterfly Breath (Pili Pala) (Wales)
This four-part drama centers on a human but “bad medical practice” decision that sets in motion a chain of events and repercussions that roller-coasters out of control. Sara Morris (Sian Reese-Davies, Hidden), a senior consultant in a fetal medicine department, puts her career at risk and her personal life under unbearable strain when, against the advice of colleagues, she agrees to take on her friend, Elin (Fflur Medi Owen, 35 Days), as a patient. Butterfly Breath premieres in the US and Canada in its entirety on Monday, July 25, exclusively on Acorn TV and its digital channels, including Acorn TV on Amazon Channels.
Winter’s Yearning (Greenland)
This documentary feature — the first Greenlandic-language program to be shown on US television (that we know of) — centers on the fishing village of Maniitsoq, Greenland, whose residents were given a big promise: US aluminum giant Alcoa Corporation has been planning to build a smelting plant here for years, making it the largest project in the history of Greenland. But nothing has happened with the project, leaving the people waiting — for the nation’s first steps toward economic independence and political sovereignty, and for their own futures.
Winter’s Yearning premieres in the US on Monday, July 25, at 10 PM ET, as part of Season 35 of POV on PBS.
The Bastards of Pizzofalcone: Season 3 (I bastardi di Pizzofalcone) (Italy)
Based on the best-selling novels by Maurizio de Giovanni, the new season of this mystery-crime drama picks up soon after the explosive Season 2 finale. As the Pizzofalcone team investigates (unofficially) the attack, each of them experiences its effects in one way or another, from guilt to panic attacks to renewed plans for the future. Shaking things up for them in a different way is new commissioner Elsa Martini (Maria Vera Ratti, Don Matteo), just acquitted in the killing of a pedophile, although rumors of murder still swirl around her. Cases the bastardi investigate this season include the disappearance of a teacher and the murders of several people under different circumstances. (Video is from Season 2)
DI4RIES (Di4ri) (Italy)
This teen series tells the stories of eight seventh-graders at Galileo Galilei Middle School, each of whom relates his/her/their own story — from first crushes and first kisses, to fun with friends and feuds with rivals — against the backdrop of goings-on at the school.
DI4RIES, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Tuesday, July 26, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Another Self (Zeytin Ağacı) (Türkiye)
This drama centers on three female friends from college — successful surgeon Ada (Tuba Büyüküstün, Rise of Empires: Ottoman), ambitious lawyer Sevgi (Boncuk Yılmaz, Çukur), and wife and mother Leyla (Seda Bakan, Kill Me If You Dare) — whose bond is tested after Sevgi is diagnosed with cancer.
Instead of following Ada’s advice to get treated in a hospital, Sevgi takes a different route and asks Leyla to take her to Ayvalık to find a mysterious man named Zaman (Fırat Tanış, The Club). When Leyla and Ada realize they can’t change Sevgi’s mind, they go with her to the seaside town, where they take part in a therapy session and learn to work through unresolved traumas connected to their families’ pasts.
Another Self, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, July 28, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Fanático (Ídolo) (Spain)
In this musical comedy-drama, Spain’s biggest music star tragically dies during a concert, which prompts Lázaro (Roger Gual), a diehard fan, to seize the chance to escape his mundane life by adopting the life of his now-deceased idol.
Fanático, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, July 29, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Hatching (Pahanhautoja) (Finland) (rescheduled)
In this horror film, Tinja (Siiri Solalinna), a 12-year-old gymnast, is desperate to please her mother, a woman obsessed with presenting the image of a perfect family. One night Tinja finds a strange egg and decides to keep it, hiding it in her room out of sight of her family. But then it hatches, and what emerges from the shell is beyond belief.
Costarring Sophia Heikkilä (Invisible Heroes) and Jani Volanen (Deadwind), Hatching has its US streaming debut on Friday, July 29, on Hulu.
Hunted (Traqués) (France, Belgium, Switzerland)
This two-part thriller follows Sarah (Jenifer Bartoli, Time Is a Killer), who leads a lonely life until she discovers a boy hiding in the trunk of her car. He is 11-year-old Léo (Félix Bossuet, Balthazar), whose father just died in a shootout. She decides to protect him, and both Sarah and Léo, while forming an unlikely mother-son bond, must trust no one and find safety, as a gun-toting man hunts them.
Stanley (Stanley H) (Netherlands)
This four-part biopic-historical drama is based on the life of Stanley Hillis, one of the most infamous criminals in the Netherlands. Over the course of three decades, Stanley (Jeroen Spitzenberger, Flight HS13) evolves from a “gentleman” bank robber into a ruthless kingpin — with the help of the government. In the early ’90s, the public prosecutor, together with bent coppers and customs officials, allowed thousands of kilos of drugs into the country in order to catch the person at the top of the Dutch drug empire. This resulted in the biggest legal scandal the Netherlands has ever known — in which not just drugs, but also weapons and explosives, could freely cross the borders.
ADDITIONAL PREMIERE PROGRAMS TO CONSIDER
Rehearsals (Chazarot) (Israel)
This critically-acclaimed comedy series revolves around two theater writers who are forced to work together on a play about their relationship — just after they’ve broken up. Rehearsals premieres in the US on Friday, July 8, on Hulu.
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS DEBUTING ON LINEAR TV
Audacity (Bozena) (Czech Republic)
Anna Geislerová (The Ipcress File, The Pleasure Principle) stars as Bozena Nemcová in this biopic about the famous 19th-century Czech writer and feminist. The four-part historical drama — with episodes set in the years 1837, 1842, 1847, and 1855 — focuses on Bozena’s complicated, on-off relationship with her husband, Josef Nemec (Jan Hájek, Anatomy of a Murder, Internal Affairs), as it follows her through the ups and downs of life in the mid-19th century.
Ruthless (aka Eastern) (Poland)
In this award-winning thriller, Poland is a dystopian world governed by a ruthless patriarchal code, where the right to blood revenge is recognized and even enforced. It is here that the Nowak and Kowalski families have been embroiled in a feud for years. After teenager Klara Kowalska (Paulina Krzyzanska, Angel of Death) murders the Nowaks’ son as part of a vendetta, it is up to the victim’s sister, Ewa (Maja Pankiewicz, The Defence), to avenge his death and defend the family’s honor — by killing Klara — only because her father (Marcin Czarnik, Open Your Eyes) is physically unable to do it. And so the ritualized revenge killings continue. But as Ewa and Klara are trying to find themselves, they also come to understand that their situation won’t change if they don’t take matters into their own hands.
Flocking (Flocken) (Sweden)
Set in the beautiful northern countryside of Sweden, and based partly on real events, this multi-award-winning film is about how a community can turn against those who most need its support, and how herd mentality can override logic and reason. The drama centers on Jennifer (Fatime Azemi), a 14-year-old girl who says she was raped by her classmate, Alexander (John Risto), and reports him. In that moment everything changes, and the consequences are devastating — for Jennifer and her family. All of their friends and acquaintances take the side of the accused and hold fast to the idea of chasing the family out of the village.
NON-PREMIERE PROGRAMS BEING ADDED TO STREAMING SERVICES
Love and Pride (Aşk ve Gurur) (Türkiye)
At the center of this drama is the love triangle between the beautiful Zeynep, her best friend Murat, and young businessman Kenan. Zeynep meets Kenan at a friend’s wedding; although the two are opposites, they are immediately attracted to each other. The thing is, this same wedding is where Murat, who’s been in love with Zeynep for seemingly forever, proposes to her. But choosing between these two men is the least of Zeynep’s problems, and it pales in comparison to what some in her family are experiencing…
Starring Damla Sönmez (Rise of Empires: Ottoman), Mert Fırat (Love 101), Tülin Özen (Ethos), Lila Gürmen (Karadayi), Ayris Alptekin (When I’m Done Dying), Suna Sancaktar (Don’t Let Go of My Hand), and Rojhat Özsoy (Hakim), Love and Pride begins streaming Monday, July 4, on Dizi.
La French (aka The Connection) (France, Belgium)
Inspired by true events in the 1970s, this double César Awards-nominated crime thriller follows a heroin smuggling ring that passes drugs from Asia through France to the US, highlighting the glamour, grit, and terror that characterized French organized crime of the time.
Header photo credits: Top row (L-R): State of Happiness courtesy of Topic; The Bastards of Pizzofalcone courtesy of MHz Choice | Bottom row (L-R): The Sommerdahl Murders (Photo by Henrik Petit © Sequoia Sommerdahl Aps) courtesy of Acorn TV; Capitani courtesy of Netflix
For details about the July 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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