June brings twenty five Euro TV titles to US streaming services, digital channels, and public TV stations. So much to watch, so little time, amiright?
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.
The push to produce Euro TV series with international appeal has taken a leap forward with the simultaneous filming of Vikingane in both Norwegian and English.
Whether you have or haven’t watched the incredible first season of Norwegian action/crime drama Codename Hunter, all stateside Euro TV fans can now stream it via pay-per-view.
“Just say no” to drugs, and say “Yes!” to the multiple award-winning Hooked, an intense, character-driven drama series from Finland that will keep you in its grip.
The international Camerimage Festival adds a TV component for the first time ever at this year’s competition, and four Euro TV pilots are up for the coveted Golden Frog.
The Nordic Council of Ministers for Culture have selected Southbank Centre in London, England, as the main host of a new joint venture for Nordic art and culture in 2017.
Who says appointment viewing on linear TV is dead? Perhaps it is for some programs, but Scandinavians tuned in in record numbers for the openers of The Bridge and Occupied.
Euro TV fans, it is definitely time to get your laugh on, because Season 1 of the hit Norwegian comedy-drama Dag is now on DVD.
Three of the top Scandinavian stars of the big and small screen are set to star in the Danish film adaptation of the novel You Disappear.
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.
Just announced this morning are the five Nordic films, and their their directors, scriptwriters, and producers, that are nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize 2015.