The year 2017 closes with the premieres of twelve new and returning Euro TV programs. There’s a baker’s dozen of shows when you add the one that’s available for streaming again.
The most expensive drama series ever produced in Denmark, about the bloodiest war Danes ever fought, arrives in the US tomorrow. It is 1864, and it is not to be missed.
Lordy, I hope there… Too late, hung parliament… I beg your pardon, those real-life dramas in the US and UK had me glued to the telly yesterday. For weekend viewing, there’s The Day Will Come, a dramatization of actual events
For another perspective on the occupation of France by Germany during World War II, watch this gripping miniseries, now streaming on both sides of the pond.
Netflix is on a roll with its international programs under the Netflix Original banner, including Euro TV series that are premiering in the next two to eight weeks.
Film festivals aren’t just for movies anymore, so for the third year in a row the Berlin International Film Festival presented both its “Drama Series Days” and “Berlinale Special Series” television-focused programs.
NSU German History X, a ripped-from-the-headlines drama inspired by true events, a national scandal, and the still ongoing court case, is set to premiere in the US and UK.
Euro TV fans, you now have one or more ways to stream sixteen international series that have been hits in their home countries and gaining popularity on this side of the Atlantic.
Versailles, the French drama about King Louis XIV and the construction of the Palace of Versailles outside Paris, will screen stateside on Ovation TV this autumn.
Heads up, stateside Euro TV fans. MHz Choice has announced the baker’s dozen of new and returning series for its Winter/Spring 2016 slate, and they are not to be missed.