Blinded by the Lights, a critically-acclaimed, award-winning, and fan-favorite hit in its native Poland, is the latest TV series from HBO Europe to screen in the US.
Eleven new Euro TV series and seasons premiere in the US in May, twelve including the launch of the English language Italian-German production The Name of the Rose.
Belgian mystery-crime drama Professor T is the second Euro TV series from Walter Presents that will screen on PBS stations and the PBS Passport streaming service.
Maybe it’s just me, but Origins reminds me a bit of Murder, She Wrote.
Describing a crime drama as delightful isn’t typical, but that’s what Allmen is. It’s also fun and humorous, and easy to binge if you’re so inclined.
The Xfinity Watchathon Week is back. So if you’re an Xfinity TV customer, read on to find out which Euro TV series on HBO you can (binge) watch for free.
Today Netflix opened its first European production hub in Tres Cantos, Madrid, and as part of the celebration announced two new Spanish Original series.
The announcement covers the three new Italian TV series as well as a couple of new and returning shows that have started production. (I wish Suburra was one of them.)
It’s April 1st, but no fooling — three more Euro TV series have returned to the US with new seasons.
There are fewer Euro TV premieres in the US in April than in previous months this year, but no matter because there are some exciting new and returning shows on the list!