The year 2017 closes with the premieres of twelve new and returning Euro TV programs. There’s a baker’s dozen of shows when you add the one that’s available for streaming again.
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.
For Euro TV and British TV fans in the US who’ve been waiting to get into The Tunnel, your wait is nearly over, as the bilingual English/French crime thriller is set to make its debut.
The list of American remakes of Euro TV series is growing, as the latest to be added to the list is Legbreakers, based on the hit Swedish crime dramedy Torpederna.
Euro TV fans, we’re heading east. To Romania, home of the gritty and gripping HBO Europe crime drama Umbre, which is about to make its US premiere on Acorn TV.
For the growing number of US viewers who prefer Euro TV programs in their original foreign-language format, this news doesn’t bode well for the Danish series Bankerot being screened stateside.
Slow TV. It is what it says it is. Slow. But this concept, made famous in the Nordic countries by Norway’s NRK, is also the new wave of reality TV, one without housewives, judges, or sex boxes. And it’s about
There’s another remake of a hit Scandinavian television program coming, so now is as good a time as any to take a look at the remakes of Nordic noir and Euro TV shows that have come and gone, plus those