Nineteen new Euro TV shows, seasons, and movies premiere in the US in April, along with four series making their linear TV debuts and another being added to a streaming service.
For the first time ever, the number of Euro TV premieres in the US will be more than double that of British TV debuts — 28 to 13 — in March 2020. (Yowzah!)
Nearly 300 Euro TV titles became available on streaming services and linear TV channels in the US in 2019. Here are my 20 favorites.
Closing out this Euro TV year are 18 new and returning series from 10 countries, plus three non-premiere programs that begin airing on linear TV.
If you haven’t watched them yet, get thee to MHz Choice pronto and binge the first two episodes of Triggermen. You’re welcome.
Sixteen new and returning Euro TV series, plus a couple films, premiere in the US in November. A few non-premiere titles arrive on linear TV and streaming services, too.
The next Netflix Original series from Sweden is Anxious People, a comedy-drama based on the novel of the same name by Fredrik Backman.
July brings stateside Euro TV fans the premieres of eleven new and returning series, including the highly-anticipated new seasons of several titles.
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!
Production has started on the brand new Norwegian Netflix Original series Home for Christmas, from Per-Olav Sørensen, the director of Nobel and the upcoming Quicksand.
Yes, 2018 ended 5 weeks ago, but a few hundred new Euro TV programs and seasons premiered in the US last year, so it took a bit longer than usual to get through them.
A lot of folks in the US are in deep-freeze zones right now, but whether you are or aren’t, there’s plenty of Euro TV in February for indoor viewing — with or without the heat blasting.
Bonne année! 2019 brings several new and returning French series to telly in the US, plus the finale of a fun Dutch mystery and the premiere of a dark German comedy.