For the first time ever, the number of Euro TV premieres in the US will be more than double that of British TV debuts — 28 to 13 — in March 2020. (Yowzah!)
Netflix announced today Katla, its first Icelandic Original series, which will be directed by multiple award winner Baltasar Kormákur.
It’s just about time to head back to the hinterlands of Iceland, as the second season of Trapped debuts in the US tomorrow.
July brings stateside Euro TV fans the premieres of eleven new and returning series, including the highly-anticipated new seasons of several titles.
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.
Sixteen new Euro TV series and seasons debut in March, including titles from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and Turkey.
The short answer: We hope so.
Noir has never been as neon as it is in Stella Blómkvist, the 2018 Edda Awards nominee for Television Show of the Year, which will screen in the US on Sundance Now.
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.
On average, you can watch one new Euro TV series or season every three days in August, as ten of them make their stateside debuts.