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.
Icelandic legal drama The Court premiered in the US yesterday, and if you’re like me, you’ll binge-watch all six episodes, too.
May brings sixteen new and returning Euro TV series to the US, as well as two that are added to programming schedules. Let the bingeing begin!
Some of the best international TV shows on the planet premiered in the US and UK last year, and the ones I thought were fabulous are numerous.
Snow is falling (maybe where you are, too), making this the perfect weekend to binge some great Euro TV shows at Walter Presents. Bingeing for free is even better.
Oh, how fitting! Eleven new Euro TV program premieres in the US for the eleventh month of the year. (I wonder if this means anything significant in numerology.)
TGIF, am I right? And for your viewing pleasure this weekend, I recommend Cover Story, a crime thriller from Iceland set in the world of tabloid journalism.
The list of Euro TV shows making their way to the US continues to grow, so get your binge on this month with these nine program premieres from Belgium, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland.
If you haven’t visited Iceland, put this amazing country on your bucket list. And if you haven’t seen Trapped, put this excellent Icelandic crime drama on your binge-watch list.
Mother Nature meets Nordic noir in Trapped, the ratings-busting Icelandic thriller that is set for its highly-anticipated UK premiere on BBC Four this weekend.