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October brings the premieres of 32 new Euro TV series, seasons, and films from 11 countries to the US and beyond.

October 2023 Euro TV Premieres

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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Django (France-Italy)

Matthias Schoenaerts (Rust and Bone) stars in this English-language western series as Django, a gunslinger in the Wild West searching for his daughter, whom he believes escaped the murder of his family eight years ago. Costarring Nicholas Pinnock (For Life), Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), and Lisa Vicari (Dark), Django premieres in the US and other territories on Sunday, October 1, on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Candice Renoir: Season 7 (France)

Following on from the events in Season 6, Season 7 of this popular light mystery-crime drama series sees the newly-married Candice Renoir (Cécile Bois, Gloria) cutting her honeymoon short and getting back to solving crimes. As she commutes back and forth from Paris, trying to rekindle a cold case, Candice has time to ask herself hard questions: What does she really want? To build a happy, blended family with her new husband, or to win back her old flame? To take on a more challenging and powerful job, or to simply enjoy the one she already has? Surely, she can answer these questions the same way she solves complex cases — with common sense, acute observations, and a practical nature.

Candice Renoir: Season 7 premieres in the US and Canada as a 10-episode binge on Monday, October 2, exclusively on Acorn TV and its digital channels, including Acorn TV on Amazon.

Backwoods Crime: Season 2 (Austria)

The new season of this “ORF Landkrimi” light crime drama anthology series includes ten more feature-length episodes set in different parts of Austria. In the Vienna-set season opener, Tobias Moretti (Inspector Rex) plays a hard-boiled cop with questionable loyalties who has to juggle a high-profile crime investigation and spending the Christmas holidays with his neglected twelve-year-old son.

Backwoods Crime: Season 2 premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 3, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon.

Poquelin and De Beaumont (Police de caractères) (France-Belgium)

This mystery-crime drama series follows the detective duo of Captain Louise Poquelin (Clémentine Célarié, Changing Rooms, The Art of Crime), an overwhelmed single mother, and Captain Étienne de Beaumont (Episodes 1 & 2: Joffrey Platel, Deadly Tropics, Murder in Lorraine | Episodes 3 & 4: Xavier Robic, Mongeville, Inhuman Resources), a literary man descended from the aristocracy. Theirs is a partnership where the culture and social clash, not to mention their personalities, actually aid in their investigations.

In the series opener, de Beaumont is taking care of the family estate back in his native Dunkirk, where he and Poquelin, new police partners to each other, delve into the murder of Thomas Letellier, the owner of the largest canning factory in Dunkirk, who was found slain in his car, a shot of potassium chloride delivered in the back of the neck.

Poquelin and De Beaumont premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 3, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon. (You can add it to your watchlist now.)

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Filip (Poland)

Based on the novel Filip by Leopold Tyrmand, this wartime drama stars Eryk Kulm (Hold Tight) as Filip, a Polish Jew who, after escaping the Warsaw Ghetto, pretends to be French, gets a job as a food server at a luxury German hotel, and tempts fate as he romances local women while hiding his Jewish identity.

Filip premieres in the US and other territories on Wednesday, October 4, on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Race to the Summit (Duell am Abgrund) (Germany)

This documentary centers on the rivalry between fearless alpine climbers Ueli Steck and Dani Arnold. Steck was known as “the fastest climber in the world” until Arnold broke his Eiger speed record in 2011. That incredible climb sparked a duel across the great north faces of the European Alps, many of which the two have climbed solo — that is, without any safety equipment.

Race to the Summit, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Wednesday, October 4, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Lupin: Part 3 (France)

In the third part of this mystery thriller story, Assane (Omar Sy, The Intouchables), now in hiding, must learn to live far from his wife and son. With the suffering they’re enduring because of him, Assane can’t stand it any longer and decides to return to Paris to make them a crazy proposal: leave France and start a new life elsewhere. But the ghosts of the past are never far away, and an unexpected return will turn his plans upside down.

Lupin: Part 3, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, October 5, exclusively on Netflix.

Carmen Curlers (Denmark)

Inspired by actual events, this award-winning drama tells the story behind Carmen Curlers,  the electric hair curlers that took Denmark by storm in the 1960s. When entrepreneur Axel Byvang (Morten Hee Andersen, Ride Upon the Storm, Deliver Us) is given the opportunity to invest in electric hair curlers, he sees it as the chance of a lifetime to revolutionize the beauty industry. Before Axel teams up with farmer’s wife Birthe Windfeld (Maria Rossing, Snow Angels, Splitting Up Together) for the venture, the resourceful woman is determined to come up with the money for her husband’s medical treatment.

The eight-episode first season costars Nicolai Jørgensen (Ride Upon the Storm), Lars Ranthe (Seaside Hotel), Fanny Leander Bornedal (Equinox), Kaya Toft Loholt (When the Dust Settles), Signe Egholm Olsen (Borgen), and Rosalinde Mynster (Seaside Hotel), amongst others.

Carmen Curlers premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, October 6, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels. (Rescheduled from April 2023)

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Deadly Women (Denmark)

While female murderers are a rarity in Denmark, this true-crime documentary explores three of the biggest and most sensational murder cases in recent Danish history. One is about a mother who got away with killing her husband until years later, when she murdered her son-in-law. Another centers on an attention-seeking nurse at Nykøbing Falster Hospital, who killed several patients after overdosing them and then trying to revive them — the true story behind Netflix’s The Nurse. Deadly Women premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 10, exclusively on Viaplay.

DI4RIES: Season 2, Part 1 (Di4ri) (Italy)

In the new season of this teen comedy-drama, a new year of school is ahead and the friends are now in a new 3D class. As feelings and relationships are tested, can they manage to stick together? DI4RIES: Season 2, Part 1, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Tuesday, October 10, exclusively on Netflix.

Murder in…: Season 11 (France)

This popular mystery-crime drama anthology series returns for its eleventh season, bringing with it more whodunits that transport viewers to the great sites and regions of France as the stories’ investigators chase down the criminals against stunning backdrops — from lush forests and remote islands, to rocky coastlines, beaches with clear blue water, and grand ranches. The six episodes in Season 11 are set in Chartreuse, Gascogny, Nancy, Figeac, Amiens, and Lourdes.

Murder in…: Season 11 premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 10, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon.

Awareness (Spain)

This sci-fi thriller film follows Ian (Carlos Scholz, Boundless, Feria: The Darkest Light, Toy Boy), a rebellious teenager living on the outskirts of society, who can manipulate minds with his ability to generate visual illusions. He uses this power to survive by running small, indiscreet, scams. But when one of his cons goes awry, his abilities spiral out of control publicly, and Ian becomes the target of two rival organizations, each seeking to exploit his powers.

Costarring Pedro Alonso (Berlin, Money Heist), María Pedraza (Toy Boy, Élite), Óscar Jaenada (Operación Marea Negra, Hernán), and Lela Loren (American Gods, Altered Carbon), Awareness, an Amazon Original Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, October 11, exclusively on Prime Video.

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The Conference (Konferensen) (Sweden)

Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Mats Strandberg, aka “the Swedish Stephen King,” this comedy slasher film revolves around a team-building conference attended by municipal employees. What was intended to be a fun, productive event spirals into a nightmare when accusations of corruption begin to circulate and plague the work environment — all while a mysterious masked figure begins stalking and murdering the participants one by one.

Leading the cast are Katia Winter (Agent Hamilton), Adam Lundgren (The Restaurant), and Eva Melander (Rebecka Martinsson). Costars include Bahar Pars (Black Lake), Maria Sid (All the Sins), Marie Agerhäll (Anxious People), Christoffer Nordenrot (Clark), Amed Bozan (Caliphate), Lola Zackow (Maria Wern), Claes Hartelius (Young Royals), Cecilia Nilsson (Spring Tide), Jimmy Lindström (The Unlikely Murderer), and Martin Lagos (Snabba Cash).

The Conference, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, October 13, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Everybody Loves Diamonds (Italy)

Inspired by the Antwerp Diamond Heist of 2003, dubbed “the largest diamond theft in the world” by worldwide media, this series follows a team of small-time Italian thieves, led by Leonardo Notarbartolo (Kim Rossi Stuart, Maltese: The Mafia Detective), who manages to deceive top-level security with a genius mastermind plan and steal millions of dollars’ worth of precious stones from the Antwerp Diamond Centre.

The eight-episode drama costars Anna Foglietta (Mafia Only Kills in Summer), Gianmarco Tognazzi (Romanzo Criminale), Carlotta Antonelli (Suburra: Blood on Rome), and Leonardo Lidi (Rose Island), with the participation of Rupert Everett (My Best Friend’s Wedding) and Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange).

Everybody Loves Diamonds, an Amazon Original Series, premieres globally on Friday, October 13, exclusively on Prime Video.

Lakeside Murders: Season 1 (Koskinen) (Finland)

Based on the “Koskinen” series of crime novels by Seppo Jokisen, this mystery-crime drama series follows Inspector Sakari Koskinen (Eero Aho, Flowers of Evil) and his team in the Violent Crime Unit of the Central Finland Police Department in Tampere, including mother-of-three Ulla Lundelin (Maria Ylipää, Arctic Circle), Tinder user Risto Pekki (Turkka Mastomäki, Helsinki Syndrome), and Markku Kaatio (Jon-Jon Geitel, Freezing Embrace), a passionate fan of pro ice hockey team Ilves. In the first season, Koskinen and his crew investigate murders, digital sabotage, a bank robbery, and suspicious deaths at a hospital, amongst other crimes.

Lakeside Murders: Season 1 premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, October 13, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.

Fatal Injections (Dopamin) (Denmark)

This eight-episode half-hour drama series revolves around Maiken (Amalie Dollerup, Seaside Hotel), a nurse, and her fiancé, Doctor Jacob (Jonathan Harboe, A Beautiful Life), who are stuck in a passionless relationship. But this changes when Ida (Josefine Frida Pettersen, Skam), a young Norwegian nurse, joins them in their hospital ward. Ida is charming, seductive, and spontaneous, and in no time the three develop a close friendship — one that turns into sexual attraction and pure passion. For a moment, everything is amazing. But Ida has secrets. Dark secrets. And soon attraction turns into fear when Maiken begins to suspect that Ida is responsible for multiple deaths at the hospital.

Costarring Ellen Hillingsø (Rita), Fatal Injections premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 17, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon.

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The Sea Beyond: Season 1 (Mare fuori) (Italy)

Set in Naples, a stronghold of organized crime, where doing time is a rite of passage for teenagers, this drama follows Filippo (Nicolas Maupas, Un professore) and Carmine (Massimiliano Caiazzo, Filumena Marturano) — neither of whom ever imagined themselves going down this path. Filippo, who comes from a well-off family from the North, has dreams of becoming a musician. Carmine, from a Camorra family, wants to become a famous hairdresser instead of taking up the family business. But both of them have committed serious crimes, resulting in their dreams being cut short and their freedom being taken away.

Now they’re serving time in a juvenile detention center. Will they be strong enough to fend off the attacks from fellow detainee Ciro (Giacomo Giorgio, The Bastards of Pizzofalcone), the young, up-and-coming crime boss? What chances are there for young love, as Filippo falls for female inmate Naditza (Valentina Romani, The Red Door)? Though prison director Paola (Carolina Crescentini, The Bastards of Pizzofalcone) and correctional officer Massimo (Wayne LeGette, I Love You, and It Hurts) still try hard to help these flawed kids, the boys and girls behind bars are often left to fend for themselves. What they share, though, is a beautiful view over the sea, promising a future in which their dreams may come true…

Costarring Artem (Nostalgia) and Luca Lombardi (Capri), The Sea Beyond premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 17, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon. (You can add it to your watchlist now.)

Crypto Boy (Netherlands)

Set in Amsterdam East, this drama centers on Amir (Shahine El-Hamus, Zina), a young deliveryman who dreams of a better future but gets no further than delivering orders for Burrito, his father Omar’s (Sabri Saad El-Hamus, Oogappels) outdated Mexican restaurant. Meanwhile, their neighborhood is gentrifying, with convenience stores replaced by trendy coffee bars, sushi shops, and fitness studios. While Amir is frustrated that his stubborn father is ignoring all of his ideas for modernizing Burrito, Omar sees his son as an irresponsible idler who isn’t capable of taking over the restaurant.

When a large real estate company buys the block and doubles the rent, father and son are at odds and in danger of losing the restaurant and their home for good. But when Amir ends up at a meetup with a young, charismatic crypto entrepreneur, he sees a way to solve all of their problems. Determined to show his father what he is worth, Amir loses himself in the rapidly-growing crypto startup while Omar watches with suspicion as his son drifts further away.

Crypto Boy, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Thursday, October 19, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Creature (Yaratilan) (Türkiye)

Based on Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, and set during the final era of the Ottoman Empire in the early 1900’s, this sci-fi-fantasy thriller follows Ziya (Taner Ölmez, The Protector), an adventurous, rebellious, smart, and excited young medical student whose biggest desire is to become an excellent physician and cure infectious diseases that known medicine cannot cure. Ziya crosses paths with İhsan (Erkan Kolçak Köstendil, Heartsong), a fellow medical doctor straddling the fine line between genius and insanity. İhsan is the only person in the world who truly understands Ziya’s ambitions. However, these two estranged, wounded souls will pay the price for the forbidden experiment they were brave enough to conduct. The ancient encryption they have tried to decrypt could let all hell break loose.

Creature, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, October 20, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Elite: Season 7 (Spain)

In this new season of this mystery-crime thriller, Omar (Omar Ayuso) is living a new life at the university, far away from Las Encinas — but he is unable to move on. The guilt he feels for Samuel’s death and the suffering from that period are alive and well in his psyche, leading him to undergo therapy. Thanks to an internship, Omar decides to return to the school where everything happened in order to confront his demons. Meanwhile, the rest of the students are also silently battling their own versions of hell.

Elite: Season 7, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, October 20, exclusively on Netflix.


Finding Home: Season 1 (Håbet) (Denmark)

Set in 1899, this family-friendly adventure drama follows Marie (Anine Lindvig, Loneliness), a girl who lives with her younger siblings, Karl (Bertil Smith, Below the Surface) and Sofie (Ella Daisy Anthony-Collins), at an orphanage. But when they get adopted by ship’s captain Albert Andersen (Jon Lange, The New Nurses) and his wife, Agnete (Molly Blixt Egelind, The New Nurses), and she doesn’t, Marie disguises herself as a boy, becomes “Martin,” and signs on as a deckhand on Andersen’s freighter, Hope. So begins the siblings’ adventure and Marie’s quest to find their father and reunite her family.

Finding Home: Season 1 premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, October 20, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.

Mystery of Manon (Jugée coupable) (France-Belgium)

Garance Thénault (Perfect Murders, Nina) stars in this mystery-crime thriller as Lola Brémont, a twenty-something graduate in hotel management living in Bordeaux, who receives a text message inviting her to interview for the assistant manager position at the Roches Blanches Hotel in Brittany. But upon her arrival, Inès Leroux-Battaglia (Elodie Frenck, Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games), the hotel’s co-director, informs her that her husband, Nicolas Leroux (Xavier Lemaître, Olivia), the hotel’s director, didn’t send it.

A new text message and more weirdness follow, including a newspaper article about a 25-year-old murder — that of Manon Jouve, a young woman found dead at the foot of the Port-Blanc cliffs, and who bears a striking resemblance to Lola. Another text message delivers a shocking statement, one that plunges Lola into a past she knew nothing about and prompts her to search for a murderer…

Mystery of Manon premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, October 20, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.

30 Coins: Season 2 (30 Monedas) (Spain)

Following on from the the events in Season 1, the new season of this freaky horror series finds most of the residents of Pedraza, a remote town in Spain plagued by inexplicable, demonic events, have lost their minds and are confined to a psychiatric hospital. Elena (Megan Montaner, If Only, Love, Inevitably) lies comatose in a Madrid hospital bed; Paco (Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Sky Rojo, Velvet), shattered by remorse, tries to take care of her. As horror intensifies around them, they must face a mysterious new enemy: Christian Barbrow (Oscar® nominee Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man, Billions, John Adams), an American tech and business billionaire, science guru, writer of sci-fi novels, and head of a mysterious “Brotherhood” that counts amongst its members the world’s elite — someone so perverse that even the devil fears him.

Returning cast members include Eduard Fernández (Criminal: Spain, The Zone), Macarena Gómez (Holy Family, Shrew’s Nest), Pepón Nieto (Boundless, I Know Who You Are), Cósimo Fusco (1993, Angels & Demons), Manolo Solo (The Zone, The Legacy of the Bones), Nuria González (Dangerous Moms, Killing the Father), Javier Bódalo (The Longest Night, One Way or Another), and Manuel Tallafé (Wrong Side of the Tracks, Drug Squad: Costa del Sol). Joining the cast is Najwa Nimri (Money Heist, Locked Up).

30 Coins: Season 2, an HBO Original drama series, premieres Monday, October 23, exclusively on HBO, with streaming available on Max.

The Sommerdahl Murders: Season 4 (Sommerdahl) (Denmark)

In the brand-new eight-episode season of this popular mystery-crime drama, Dan Sommerdahl (Peter Mygind, Borgen, Darkness: Those Who Kill) is as preoccupied with becoming a grandfather as he is with his work as a detective in the picturesque coastline town of Helsingør in Denmark. But work duty always calls, and Dan and his best friend and work partner, Flemming Trop (André Babikian, Borgen, The Protectors), are called to investigate murder cases involving bullying, alcoholism, disability, religion, and more. Meanwhile, criminal technician Marianne (Laura Drasbæk, Park Road, The Killing), aka Dan’s ex-wife and Flemming’s life partner, is happy that Dan has started seeing coast guard member Josefine (Maibritt Saerens, Follow the Money, The Heavy Water War), but then she and Flemming begin to suspect that something isn’t quite as it seems…

The Sommerdahl Murders: Season 4 premieres in the US and Canada as a 10-episode binge on Monday, October 23, exclusively on Acorn TV and its digital channels, including Acorn TV on Amazon.

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The Priest from Hell (Denmark)

Centered on one of the most talked about Danish criminal cases, this two-part true-crime docuseries follows the shocking case of Thomas Gotthard, a manipulative priest who nearly convinced everyone that his wife had left town when he had actually murdered her and gruesomely disposed of her body. The Priest from Hell premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 24, exclusively on Viaplay.

Un Professore (Italy)

Based on the Spanish series Merlí, this drama stars Alessandro Gassmann (The Bastards of Pizzofalcone) as Dante Balestra, an unconventional and intriguing  philosophy professor who returns to Rome after many years away. Dante teaches a class at the Leonardo Da Vinci high school, where he applies his nonconformist teaching method and establishes a special relationship with his students. However, the way in which he behaves soon causes confusion, as the mixing of his private and professional lives complicates things.

The ensemble cast includes Nicolas Maupas (The Sea Beyond), Damiano Gavino (Shake), Paolo Bessegato (Rocco Schiavone), Simone Casanica (Don Matteo), Pia Engleberth (Don’t Leave Me), Andrea Giannini (Detective Montalbano), and Claudia Pandolfi (Masantonio), amongst others.

Un Professore premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 24, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon.

Absolute Beginners (Absolutni debiutanci) (Poland)

In this romantic drama, lifelong teenage friends Niko and Lena are enjoying their annual summer holiday at the beach with their families when they meet the handsome and rebellious Igor, an aspiring pro athlete whom they try to cast in their sensual short film.

Starring Martyna Byczkowska (The Woods), Bartlomiej Deklewa (Sexify), and Jan Salasinski (The Green Border), Absolute Beginners, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, October 25, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Sebastian Fitzek’s Therapy (Sebastian Fitzeks Die Therapie) (Germany)

Based on the novel Therapy by Sebastian Fitzek, this psychological thriller revolves around Viktor Larenz (Stephan Kampwirth, Dark), a well-known psychiatrist whose thirteen-year-old daughter, Josy (Helena Zengel, News of the World), vanishes without a trace one day. Two years later, Josy’s fate is still unknown, and the still-grieving Viktor has retreated to a remote holiday home, where a mysterious stranger, Anna Spiegel (Emma Bading, The Nordic Murders), has tracked him down. She is tormented by delusions in which a little girl repeatedly appears to her, then disappears just as Josy did. When Viktor agrees to conduct therapy sessions with Anna, they increasingly turn into interrogations as he tries to uncover the truth…

Sebastian Fitzek’s Therapy, an Amazon Original Series, premieres globally on Thursday, October 26, exclusively on Prime Video.

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Back to the Island: Season 1 (L’isola di Pietro) (Italy)

Set amidst the small, quiet community of Carloforte on the island of San Pietro in Sardinia, the first season of this mystery series revolves around an explosion during a party of high school students. It occurs while local pediatrician Pietro Sereni (Gianni Morandi, The Landlords) is on his daily run with his dog, prompting him to go to the site to help, but he isn’t able to save four of the students.

After getting a call about the explosion from Ines (Cecilia Dazzi, The Red Door), the high school principal and a family friend, Pietro’s daughter, Elena (Chiara Baschetti, Medici), the deputy commissioner of the State Police in Milan, puts off her plan to move to London with her partner, Giovanni (Cesare Bocci, Detective Montalbano), a well-known forensic criminologist, and rushes back to Carloforte, which she had abandoned fifteen years ago after the death of her mother. Keeping her in Carloforte is Alessandro (Michele Rosiello, An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts), the local deputy police commissioner and Elena’s first love, who convinces her to stay and join him in the investigation. Then Alessandro discovers that the fire was not an accident but arson, and that one student in particular could be involved in the crime…

Back to the Island: Season 1 premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, October 27, exclusively on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.

Sister Death (Hermana Muerte) (Spain)

Set in post-war Spain, this mystery-horror film centers on Sister Narcisa (Aria Bedmar, Muted, Heirs to the Land, Dime Quién Soy: Mistress of War), a young novice with supernatural powers. Soon after Narcisa arrives at a school for girls, housed in a former convent, to begin teaching, strange events and increasingly disturbing situations start to torment her and eventually lead her to unravel the terrible skein of secrets that surround the old convent and haunt its inhabitants.

Costarring Almudena Amor (Muted), Maru Valdivielso (The Ministry of Time), Luisa Merelas (Néboa), Chelo Vivares (30 Coins), Sara Roch (The Communion Girl), Olimpia Roch (The Communion Girl), and Consuelo Trujillo (The Accident), Sister Death, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, October 27, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Tore (Sweden)

Created and written by, as well as starring, William Spetz (Quicksand), this dramedy centers on 27-year-old Tore (Spetz), who does everything he can to suppress his grief when he loses the most important person in his life in a garbage truck accident. During the day, he continues to work at his father’s funeral home as if nothing has happened, and starts flirting with the new florist, Erik (Hannes Fohlin, The Restaurant). At night, he establishes himself on a party boat in the city and experiences alcohol, sex, and drugs for the first time — opening up a new and beautiful but risky world to Tore. But his best friend, Linn (Sanna Sundqvist, Toppen), and his colleagues at the funeral home quickly start to worry that Tore is about to lose his footing in his desperate attempts to escape reality.

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Costarring Peter Haber (Beck), Victor Iván (The Sommerdahl Murders), Carlos Romero Cruz (Dumpad), Karin Bertling (Love & Anarchy), Lotta Tejle (The Simple Heist), Per Svensson (Death of a Pilgrim), and Doreen Ndagire (Live Life), Tore, a Netflix series, premieres globally on Friday, October 27, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)

Walking on Sunshine: Season 2 (Austria)

Set in the weather department of ORF, Austria’s largest broadcaster, this comedy-drama looks at life’s ups and downs from human and meteorological points of view. Following on from Season 1, the new season sees Otto Cerny-Hohenburg (Robert Palfrader, Woman of the Dead) setting his sights on winning the coveted Golden Nose television award (regardless of what he must do to make it happen). Meanwhile, station director Tilia Konstantin (Proschat Madani, Tatort: Vienna) and former-intern-turned-entrepreneur Lukas Jaric (Aaron Karl, Tatort: Vienna) are now competitors fighting for survival with their respective weather channels — and Tilia will stop at nothing to win this time. (Video is from Season 1)

Walking on Sunshine: Season 2 premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 31, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon.

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Rampage (Hallali) (Netherlands)

In this thriller, Gerben Kooistra (Tibor Lukács, Amsterdam Undercover), a liberal politician from North Holland, is appointed as the interim mayor of a southern town — a seemingly tranquil place concealing a seedy underbelly of crime, with drug smugglers operating under the shrewd leadership of Toontje (Bart Slegers, Mocro Mafia). As Gerben delves deeper into the town’s affairs, he realizes that this mission is far more treacherous than he ever imagined, and he and his family become the target of retaliation.

Rampage has its US linear debut on Saturday, October 28, at 9 PM ET, on Eurochannel.

It Comes at Night (Im Nachtlicht) (Germany)

This mystery thriller centers on Minthe (Diana Maria Frank, Bettys Diagnose), a young woman who spent her childhood in foster homes. As an adult, her life is a constant struggle as she bounces from one odd job to another while battling depression and disturbing nightmares. When she’s offered a position restoring an old mill in her hometown of Wolfstal, Minthe quickly realizes that something sinister lurks beneath the surface. Ominous townspeople and unexplained events leave her questioning what’s real, and it soon becomes clear that Minthe is at the center of a dark conspiracy tied to her origins.

It Comes at Night has its US linear debut on Sunday, October 29, at 9 PM ET, on Eurochannel.

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The Bridge: Season 1 (Bron/Broen) (Sweden-Denmark)

In Season 1 of this critically-acclaimed series — one of the best crime dramas ever — what appears to be a woman’s dead body placed dead center across the border of Sweden and Denmark on the Øresund Bridge turns out to be the top half of a Swedish woman and the bottom half of a Danish woman, thus necessitating the involvement of police from both countries. Saga Norén (Sophia Helin, Atlantic Crossing, Mystery Road), a Swedish detective in Malmö, is forced to team up with Copenhagen-based Danish detective Martin Rohde (Kim Bodnia, Killing Eve, The Letter for the King) — an initially-tense setup that evolves into an effective partnership and an unlikely yet affectionate friendship. The investigation into the corpses is just the start for Saga and Martin, as their cross-border assignment will ultimately involve several more crimes and murders instigated and committed by the “Truth Terrorist.”

Both the Swedish-and-Danish-language and English-dubbed versions of The Bridge: Season 1 begin streaming in the US and Canada on Tuesday, October 3, on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon.

Lord & Master: Season 1 (Heer & meester) (Netherlands)

In this fun mystery-crime dramedy series, Daan Schuurmans (King of the Skies, Mocro Mafia, The Neighbors) stars as Valentijn Rixtus Bentinck, a charismatic, independently wealthy amateur sleuth whose motto is, “Every day is Valentine’s Day.” He’s blessed with good looks, a top-notch education, and a healthy trust-funded bank account — but also troubled by not knowing where he came from, who gave him his name, or why he was abandoned as a baby at Thaddeus Monastery and Boarding School, where Father Bentinck (Jules Croiset, John Adams) raised him as if he were the priest’s own child.

With help from his trusted right-hand man, Leo Coops (Hubert Fermin, Black Widow, The Oldenheim 12), an ex-criminal turned concierge at the luxury hotel in The Hague where Valentijn lives, Valentijn and Suze Geleijnse (Sytske van der Ster, Crossing Lines, A Small Light), the young, straight-laced, and hard-working District Attorney, investigate a wide range of crimes that involve murder, from art forgeries and drug smuggling, to theft and conspiracy.

Lord & Master: Season 1 begins streaming in the US and Canada on Friday, October 13, on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel and the Walter Presents digital channels.

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Header photo credits: Top row (L-R): The Sea Beyond (photo credit: Sabrina Cirillo) courtesy of MHz Choice; Candice Renoir (photo credit: Gilles Scarella) courtesy of Acorn TV | Bottom row (L-R): Sebastian Fitzek’s Therapy (photo credit: Britta Krehl) © Amazon Studios; Poquelin and De Beaumont (photo credit: Sarah Alcalay / Terence Films / FTV) courtesy of MHz Choice

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