Eleven new Euro TV series and seasons premiere in the US in May, twelve including the launch of the English language Italian-German production The Name of the Rose.
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.
There are fewer Euro TV premieres in the US in April than in previous months this year, but no matter because there are some exciting new and returning shows on the list!
Sixteen new Euro TV series and seasons debut in March, including titles from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and Turkey.
The Euro TV production train keeps on rolling at Netflix, where nine new series are in various stages of production.
Yes, 2018 ended 5 weeks ago, but a few hundred new Euro TV programs and seasons premiered in the US last year, so it took a bit longer than usual to get through them.
A lot of folks in the US are in deep-freeze zones right now, but whether you are or aren’t, there’s plenty of Euro TV in February for indoor viewing — with or without the heat blasting.
Bonne année! 2019 brings several new and returning French series to telly in the US, plus the finale of a fun Dutch mystery and the premiere of a dark German comedy.
We close the year with the US premieres of sixteen new Euro TV programs and seasons in December, including the highly-anticipated return of Beck.
Netflix has announced three new Euro TV series: one from the creators of Dark, one that revisits French history, and one that features a beloved character of Nordic noir fiction.