Twenty new Euro TV series, seasons, and films from nine countries premiere in the US in May, along with a French language drama from Canada.
Netflix has announced that filming has started on crime drama series Totenfrau, an Austrian-German co-production.
March is another banner month for Euro TV in the US, with a new series, season, special, or film premiere for every day of the month (not debuting on each day, though).
Twenty-four new Euro TV series, seasons, specials, and films from ten countries premiere in the US in November, with seven more titles headed to streaming and linear TV channels.
Nearly 300 Euro TV titles became available on streaming services and linear TV channels in the US in 2019. Here are my 20 favorites.
Before closing out the year and welcoming in a new decade, check out Pagan Peak, the German-Austrian version of the hit series Bron/Broen (The Bridge).
The new season of Anatomy of Evil has arrived in the US. Woo hoo!
Watching all the new Euro TV series and seasons (plus non-debut shows) in August probably won’t help keep us cool during these dog days of summer, but it’s worth a try!
Film festivals aren’t just for movies anymore, so for the third year in a row the Berlin International Film Festival presented both its “Drama Series Days” and “Berlinale Special Series” television-focused programs.
For stateside Euro TV fans without a subscription to MHz Choice, you’re in luck. Amazon Video is now streaming the hit Austrian mystery/crime drama series, Anatomy of Evil.
US-based Euro TV fans now have an Austrian psychodrama/mystery film series to binge-watch: Anatomy of Evil, starring the multiple-award winning German actor Heino Ferch.