Watching Gotthard, the multiple award-winning miniseries about the construction of the Gotthard Tunnel, was a real pleasure. Check it out.
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.
Bastille Day, aka le 14 Juillet, is tomorrow, so let’s celebrate France’s national holiday with champagne, fabulous food, good friends, and some French telly!
A dozen new, returning, and added-to-schedules Euro TV series from seven countries arrive on US streaming services and digital channels in July.
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?
On the heels of its announcement a few days ago about its subscriber growth, Netflix revealed several new Euro TV titles headed to the streaming behemoth.
Netflix has got it going on in Euro TV, with 22 new and returning series headed to the streaming service this year and next.
Canneseries, the Cannes International Series Festival, has announced the ten international television series selected for its first-ever competition, of which five are Euro TV shows.
Babylon Berlin rocked my Euro TV world. The series is an early pick for this year’s list of my favorite new shows and the current odds-on favorite for best Euro TV program of 2018.
Here’s a weekend binge-watch for you: Morocco: Love in Times of War, a series from Spain that I marathon-watched over two evenings.