The television sequel to the six-time Oscar®-nominated film premiered in the US on Monday, the day before the series won a key award at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.
Allow me to say from the off that Living a Lie is awesome.
Blinded by the Lights, a critically-acclaimed, award-winning, and fan-favorite hit in its native Poland, is the latest TV series from HBO Europe to screen in the US.
Maybe it’s just me, but Origins reminds me a bit of Murder, She Wrote.
Describing a crime drama as delightful isn’t typical, but that’s what Allmen is. It’s also fun and humorous, and easy to binge if you’re so inclined.
The Truth Will Out is a cracking good and utterly absorbing Scandi noir mystery drama, and it premieres in the US next week.
Don’t Ever Wipe Tears Without Gloves is an incredible, unmissable story. Watch it as soon as you can. Really.
Today is President’s Day in the US, a day off for many people and a great day to binge-watch several (or all) episodes of The Oldenheim Twelve, the hit mystery from the Netherlands.
There has been at least one Euro TV program premiere in the US every day this week, including that of Amigos, a binge-worthy drama from Belgium, which arrived yesterday.
The three-year wait for Deutschland 86 has been worth it. The second season of the spy drama is excellent.
The Norwegian mystery-crime drama series Varg Veum is fabulous. I can’t recommend it enough. Go watch it if you haven’t already.
Well, I didn’t see that ending coming, and now that I have, I wish there were a third season of The Court. Alas, no.