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.
BBC Four is bringing some of the most highly-anticipated new Euro TV series to the UK. (No worries, US viewers; chances are better than good that you’ll get these shows, too.)
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.
Good news, stateside Nordic noir fans. That taste we had of the Swedish crime drama series Camilla Läckberg’s Fjällbacka Murders earlier this year is about to be a five-course treat.
We met her in the worldwide hit Danish dramedy Rita. Now Rita’s fellow teacher, Hjørdis, has a show to call her own — Hjørdis — and it’s streaming right now.
Powerhouse production companies SVT, the Swedish public broadcaster, and Canal+, the French premium cable channel, have greenlit the new multi-lingual crime thriller Midnattsol / Jour Polaire / Midnight Sun. It sounds familiar, but has a twist of its own.
Woo hoo! Several Euro TV dramas, including two multiple award winners from Denmark, are now available in the US for stateside viewers’ streaming pleasure.
Sometimes Euro TV shows screen first in the UK, and then the US. At other times, it’s in the reverse order. Likewise, many programs are picked up by a programmer in one territory and not the other, or neither. Will