The inner workings of the European Parliament make for both laughs and learning in the political comedy series Parlement.
March is another banner month for Euro TV in the US, with a new series, season, special, or film premiere for every day of the month (not debuting on each day, though).
Topic, First Look Media’s SVOD streaming service, has announced that it has picked up the third season of the critically-acclaimed French political drama Baron Noir.
Streaming bundle AMC+ has acquired the multilingual (English, Finnish, Swedish) international crime thriller Cold Courage for audiences in the US.
A who’s who of acting talent from Denmark are amongst the cast members of the new season of the acclaimed political drama Borgen, as announced by Netflix this morning.
A bumper crop of Euro TV premieres in the US — including 29 new series, seasons, specials, and films from twelve countries — closes out this eventful year.
In a deal with distributor Cineflix Rights, streaming service Topic has picked up an Icelandic and a Russian TV series, plus a French Canadian one, for the US and Canada.
Twenty-seven new Euro TV series, seasons, and films from twelve countries premiere in the US in October, plus two shows from two more countries have their linear TV debuts.
Stateside Euro TV fans are winners in September, as 21 new series and seasons from 10 countries premiere in the US. And there’s more besides!
Netflix has set the release date for Seasons One, Two, and Three of the award-winning political drama Borgen on the international streaming service.
August brings the premieres of nineteen new and returning Euro TV series and films from eight countries to the US, plus non-premiere additions to linear and streaming TV.
Netflix is partnering with DR, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, to bring the hit series Borgen back to our screens. (Hurray!)