The real-life mystery surrounding the deaths of nine hikers in the Urals more than six decades ago is at the center of the brilliant Russian historical drama Dead Mountain.
Solid detective work, integrity, and determination, along with mismanagement and sabotage, play key roles in the Swedish true-crime drama The Hunt for a Killer.
The weekend is here, the perfect time to binge-watch for the first or fourth time the brilliant Nordic noir crime thriller The Bridge (Bron/Broen).
German true-crime mystery drama Dark Woods tells the story of murders, a missing woman, and a decades-long search for the truth.
Set for its debut in North America, the first season of Swedish mystery series Bäckström is fabulous, and already I can’t wait for the second one to arrive.
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.