Fourteen new and returning Euro TV series arrive on stateside streaming services next month, and three more get added to streaming offerings and linear TV schedules.
The new year and new decade open with sixteen new Euro TV series and seasons, plus additional titles being added to linear TV schedules and streaming offerings.
Before closing out the year and welcoming in a new decade, check out Pagan Peak, the German-Austrian version of the hit series Bron/Broen (The Bridge).
Work in the diplomatic corps can be demanding and rewarding, and in some cases dangerous if not actually deadly. Welcome to the world of The Diplomat.
Closing out this Euro TV year are 18 new and returning series from 10 countries, plus three non-premiere programs that begin airing on linear TV.
Norway’s Wisting, along with series from Denmark, Finland, France, and Germany, will make their US debuts on Sundance Now in the coming weeks and months.
Sixteen new and returning Euro TV series, plus a couple films, premiere in the US in November. A few non-premiere titles arrive on linear TV and streaming services, too.
Meet Franz Leitmayr and Ivo Batić of Tatort: Munich, the detectives who’ve been together longer than any other team in the history of the German crime drama franchise.
Stateside Euro TV fans win in October with 21 new shows and seasons from across th continent, plus the return of a beloved Scandi noir drama from Denmark.
The end of summer brings fifteen new and returning Euro TV series to the US, plus five other titles having their linear TV or streaming debuts in the States.
There is an ever-growing number of Euro TV shows in the US, so it’s easy to miss some. Here are six mini- and one-season series that you might want to check out if you haven’t already.
The new season of Anatomy of Evil has arrived in the US. Woo hoo!
PBS Passport has added its third Euro TV drama from Walter Presents: Line of Separation, the multiple award-winning German historical drama.