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).
Netflix has released a few details about Forever Rich, its first film from the Netherlands, including its cast and storyline.
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.
Twenty-seven new Euro TV series, seasons, and films from twelve countries premiere in the US in October, plus two shows from two more countries have their linear TV debuts.
Stateside Euro TV fans are winners in September, as 21 new series and seasons from 10 countries premiere in the US. And there’s more besides!
Tubi, the global advertising-supported video-on-demand-service, currently has three dozen Euro TV shows that you can binge-watch free of charge in the States.
Netflix announced today the period drama Dirty Lines, its latest Original series from the Netherlands.
Netflix announced today the new feature film Ferry, about the early years of Ferry Bouman, the drug lord in the hit Belgian-Dutch crime thriller Undercover.
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.
Mark your calendars, Euro TV fans. The Schouwendam 12, the eagerly-awaited sequel series to The Oldenheim 12, premieres in the US next Monday.
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!)
Fourteen new and returning Euro TV series arrive on stateside streaming services next month, and three more get added to streaming offerings and linear TV schedules.
The new year and new decade open with sixteen new Euro TV series and seasons, plus additional titles being added to linear TV schedules and streaming offerings.