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.)
This October we have one Friday the 13th, an untold number of Oktoberfest celebrations and Halloween parties, and seventeen (17!) premieres of new and returning series.
Oh, the stuff that happens in a small lakeside town. It’s enough to make you binge-watch the entire season of Vanished by the Lake in one sitting like I did.
Nominated in the Best Series category at the 2016 German Television Awards, The Valley has premiered in the US, Canada, UK, and Ireland.
To paraphrase Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, “Quel week.” And with torrential rains all weekend, I plan to stay in and binge-watch the latest season of Witnesses. You?
An investigator, a murderer, and a monk… No, they don’t walk into a bar, but are three of the lead characters in the award-winning Belgian psychological crime thriller Public Enemy.
IFTA award winner Corp + Anam, the first drama shown in the US in Irish Gaelic, is powerful stuff. You should watch it.
Put the round-the-clock election coverage aside for a few hours and immerse yourself in the dark and wickedly humorous pan-Scandinavian crime drama-mystery Black Widows.
Starting today, Euro TV fans in the US can fire up Acorn TV for the hit French drama series that gripped France 2 and BBC 4 viewers: mystery drama The Disappearance.
For Euro TV and British TV fans in the US who’ve been waiting to get into The Tunnel, your wait is nearly over, as the bilingual English/French crime thriller is set to make its debut.
Prepare for another Euro TV binge-fest, mina vänner, as Gentlemen & Gangsters, the Swedish love story-drama-thriller miniseries, arrives in the US in little more than a week.
Gomorrah, “Italy’s Answer to Breaking Bad” and that country’s most popular television series ever, is headed across the Atlantic to the United States, specifically to SundanceTV.