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.
For stateside Euro TV fans without a subscription to MHz Choice, you’re in luck. Amazon Video is now streaming the hit Austrian mystery/crime drama series, Anatomy of Evil.
With the temperature expected to drop into the negative double digits across the UK this weekend, it’s the perfect time for Britons to cozy up with some Euro TV on BBC Four.
US-based Euro TV fans now have an Austrian psychodrama/mystery film series to binge-watch: Anatomy of Evil, starring the multiple-award winning German actor Heino Ferch.
As evenings grow longer and cooler, one can cozy up with Stockholm’s finest — Martin Beck, Gunvald Larsson, and Oskar Bergman — who return to telly in five new episodes.
Swedish public broadcaster SVT has released a new, longer trailer and cast photo for The Bridge III, as well as a few details about the storyline.
Unless you watched these episodes when they premiered in the US a while back, you might be thinking, “This doesn’t look like the Annika Bengtzon I remember.” And you’d be correct.