The most expensive drama series ever produced in Denmark, about the bloodiest war Danes ever fought, arrives in the US tomorrow. It is 1864, and it is not to be missed.
Today starts the unofficial end-of-summer weekend in the US, so whether you’re spending it poolside, oceanside, or inside, check out what’s new in Euro TV this month.
There’s a new binge series in town: Denmark’s Norskov, the winner of the Best Television Series award at the 2017 Copenhagen TV Festival.
Lordy, I hope there… Too late, hung parliament… I beg your pardon, those real-life dramas in the US and UK had me glued to the telly yesterday. For weekend viewing, there’s The Day Will Come, a dramatization of actual events
Jordskott, one of the spookiest Euro TV series to come out of Sweden, is making its way across the fjords to North America and landing on Shudder in a couple of weeks.
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.
It’s happy dance time, my fellow Euro TV-philes. The long-ish wait for the stateside premiere of the third and final season of Dicte, the hugely popular Danish crime drama, is over.
The stateside release of the Nordic noir Department Q Trilogy — The Keeper of Lost Causes, The Absent One, and A Conspiracy of Faith — makes for a heckuva binge-watching weekend.
Two television series and a film scored by Frans Bak are about to premiere in the US, and the Danish composer chatted with me about these and others of his projects.
The 2016 Berlin International Film Festival plays host to the world premieres of select television series, including the Danish drama-comedy Splitting Up Together.