Currently in the works is an American version of the hit Norwegian crime drama Eyewitness. So before the remake hits cable, check out the binge-worthy original.
Dag is back. And life for the marriage counselor gets downright ugly before it gets better in the second season of Dag, the multiple Best TV Drama nominee, now available on DVD.
Oh là là. The sex workers of the Paradise cannot catch a break, as new dramas put their livelihoods and lives at stake in the second season of Maison Close. Bienvenue au Paradis.
The latest DVD set of Swedish detective drama Beck is now available. It’s a keeper, as it contains the final five episodes with Mikael Persbrandt as Gunvald Larsson.
Euro TV fans, it is definitely time to get your laugh on, because Season 1 of the hit Norwegian comedy-drama Dag is now on DVD.
Unless you watched these episodes when they premiered in the US a while back, you might be thinking, “This doesn’t look like the Annika Bengtzon I remember.” And you’d be correct.
Nordic noir fans, get thee to Gotland. At least vicariously, through the eighth and ninth episodes of the hit Swedish mystery series, Maria Wern, which are now on DVD.
The business of wine can be deadly. Just ask Benjamin Lebel, the wine expert who’s solved many a murder committed amidst French vineyards in the hit series Blood of the Vine.
There are certain dramas for which one would do well not to take too seriously in order to enjoy the fun of them. The mystery/supernatural/romance miniseries, Dolmen, is one of them.
Upwards of seven million Germans have been tuning in to the mystery/crime drama series, Marie’s Mind for Murder, since it began airing in 2008, and now Euro TV fans in the US and UK can (binge) watch the wunderbar program
With The Legacy being such a huge hit across Europe, producers of the Danish drama are working on the third season, while Euro TV fans in the UK look forward to seeing the second later this year on Sky Arts and
Euro TV fans don’t get much in the way of comedies from the continent, but one that has made it to the US and captured viewers in a big way is Germany’s Crime Scene Cleaner.
As an über-fan of Scandinavian dramas, I hoped Unni Lindell: The Cato Isaksen Mysteries would be as awesome as, say, Wallander. Well, it isn’t.