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.
The real-life events depicted in the German limited series 54 Hours are utterly tragic. Let the outrage begin anew.
Four women, one murder, and numerous instances of “Wait, what?!?” are the stuff of Death in León, a Spanish Making a Murder-esque episodic docu-series.
A Murder for Three isn’t so much a whodunit, although murder is involved, but rather a whereisit. And it’s a delightful one at that.
Watching Gotthard, the multiple award-winning miniseries about the construction of the Gotthard Tunnel, was a real pleasure. Check it out.
Bastille Day, aka le 14 Juillet, is tomorrow, so let’s celebrate France’s national holiday with champagne, fabulous food, good friends, and some French telly!
Inspector Klaus Borowski is back, and the denizens of Kiel are safer for it. But not before some unlucky souls are murdered.
It’s been a year since Euro TV fans in North America have had new episodes of Detective Montalbano, and the two that premiered over the past week were worth the wait.
He smokes weed, hurls f-bombs left and right, and has criminals as his closest friends. He is the titular Italian police inspector in the mystery-crime drama series Rocco Schiavone.
Icelandic legal drama The Court premiered in the US yesterday, and if you’re like me, you’ll binge-watch all six episodes, too.
An extramarital affair is just the tip of the iceberg in The Adulterer, the addictive thriller series from the Netherlands that’s my pick for your weekend binge-watching.
Good and Evil, a dark and gritty crime drama from Italy, has been available in the US for a while, and if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s worth a watch.