For your Euro TV viewing this weekend, I highly recommend the award-winning Russian drama An Ordinary Woman (Obychnaya zhenshchina).
Get ready to binge-watch The Restaurant: 1951, aka Season 4 of the hit Swedish drama The Restaurant, which is set for its US premiere. But first, check out the exclusive trailer.
What begins as a story of mystery evolves into a suspenseful psychological drama in the Hungarian telefilm Demimonde.
The inner workings of the European Parliament make for both laughs and learning in the political comedy series Parlement.
Character-driven Irish noir drama Grace Harte is must-see Irish TV, and it’s about to have its stateside premiere.
The hit French series Balthazar returns to the upper two-thirds of North America with its third season, which features an ongoing mystery and new, darker crimes.
30 Coins, the intense new HBO Europe horror series from Spain, which premiered in the US on HBO yesterday, features elements from the supernatural and mystery genres, too.
Happy dance! Blood of the Vine is back, and the new season — the show’s final one — kicks off with an intricate murder mystery story set in Bandol, France. Watching the Season 5 opener of Blood of the Vine
Foodie Love is a captivating contemporary Spanish drama that is well worth watching.
Hailed as the “Norwegian Mad Men,” the multiple award-winning Norwegian period drama State of Happiness is not to be missed.
“Long live the goat!” — one of the memorable lines from Arde Madrid: Burn Madrid Burn, the new comedy-drama from Spain that premiered today in the US on MHz Choice.
In riffing on the phrase commonly attributed to Julius Caesar, I fired up my HBO app, I watched the first episode of Beforeigners, I binged the rest of the season.