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.
Another pick for this year’s best new Euro TV series is Fallet, the hilarious spoof of Scandinoir crime dramas and a proper murder mystery to boot.
Walter Presents is celebrating its one-year anniversary this month and giving stateside Euro TV fans three freebies related to the US premiere of Norwegian mystery series The River.
Unless a soothsayer tells you “Beware the Ides of March,” it’s likely you’re not in any danger, but you might want to stay home anyway for the premiere of the final season of The Bridge.
March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Or not. What is certain is that some of the most highly-anticipated Euro TV shows premiere on telly this month.
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.
More dark, spooky, creepy Scandi series are headed to this side of the fjords thanks to Shudder, including the US premieres of Black Lake and the second season of Jordskott.
Clear your viewing calendar for the latest Nordic noir crime drama series to arrive on this side of the fjords: Rebecka Martinsson, which premiered in the US this morning.