Today starts the unofficial end-of-summer weekend in the US, so whether you’re spending it poolside, oceanside, or inside, check out what’s new in Euro TV this month.
Across all four corners of the globe, 24/7 news (real and fake) and social media make politics pretty much inescapable. And in the Scandi thriller Blue Eyes, terrorists make it deadly.
Round 2 of the presidential election in France is on Sunday, making this weekend quite the apropos time to stream Spin.
From the land of Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité comes Baron Noir, a political drama with intrigue to rival the real-life drama happening now in the lead-up to the presidential election in France.
Netflix is on a roll with its international programs under the Netflix Original banner, including Euro TV series that are premiering in the next two to eight weeks.
Euro TV fans, you now have one or more ways to stream sixteen international series that have been hits in their home countries and gaining popularity on this side of the Atlantic.
Marseille, a Borgen meets Spiral political drama set in France’s second-largest city, is now streaming on Netflix in every one of the internet TV network’s territories.
The 39th Göteborg Film Festival kicked off yesterday, and today begins its first-ever TV Drama program, which features seven titles, three of which have their world premieres.
Occupied, the most expensive Norwegian TV series ever produced, has landed on American shores with a bang (and a technical hiccup), and it is worth every binge-watching minute.
MHz Choice, the SVoD service for Euro TV in the US, is premiering loads of new titles and new episodes and seasons of viewer-favorite foreign-language series this year.