Tubi, the global advertising-supported video-on-demand-service, currently has three dozen Euro TV shows that you can binge-watch free of charge in the States.
It’s a banner Euro TV month in July, with the premieres of 26 new series, seasons, and films from 12 countries, plus linear TV debuts and shows being added to streaming services.
The trio of Russian female amateur sleuths is back, and this time they’re trying to solve a murder and a burglary, and to prove a man’s innocence.
Nineteen new Euro TV shows, seasons, and movies premiere in the US in April, along with four series making their linear TV debuts and another being added to a streaming service.
There is an ever-growing number of Euro TV shows in the US, so it’s easy to miss some. Here are six mini- and one-season series that you might want to check out if you haven’t already.
Watching all the new Euro TV series and seasons (plus non-debut shows) in August probably won’t help keep us cool during these dog days of summer, but it’s worth a try!
Titles come and go on streaming services, so here’s an update on the Euro TV programs that you can watch on the free, ad-supported Tubi TV.
Like free, Tubi is one of the best four-letter words in the English language, at least for stateside fans of Euro and international TV shows.
A Murder for Three isn’t so much a whodunit, although murder is involved, but rather a whereisit. And it’s a delightful one at that.
The spring equinox was three days ago, yet it still feels decidedly wintry on both sides of the pond, so cuddle up with a cuppa and binge-watch the Russian crime thriller Run!.
Netflix has got it going on in Euro TV, with 22 new and returning series headed to the streaming service this year and next.
Some of the best international TV shows on the planet premiered in the US and UK last year, and the ones I thought were fabulous are numerous.