“Show me the money!” Specifically Follow the Money, the financial crime thriller from Denmark that Link TV premieres to US audiences next week.
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?
Another pick for this year’s best new Euro TV series is Fallet, the hilarious spoof of Scandinoir crime dramas and a proper murder mystery to boot.
Unless a soothsayer tells you “Beware the Ides of March,” it’s likely you’re not in any danger, but you might want to stay home anyway for the premiere of the final season of The Bridge.
More dark, spooky, creepy Scandi series are headed to this side of the fjords thanks to Shudder, including the US premieres of Black Lake and the second season of Jordskott.
Day are getting shorter and nights are getting cooler — the perfect time to cozy up with the latest Scandi noir crime drama to arrive in the US: Missing.
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.
The push to produce Euro TV series with international appeal has taken a leap forward with the simultaneous filming of Vikingane in both Norwegian and English.
Who says appointment viewing on linear TV is dead? Perhaps it is for some programs, but Scandinavians tuned in in record numbers for the openers of The Bridge and Occupied.
Euro TV fans, it is definitely time to get your laugh on, because Season 1 of the hit Norwegian comedy-drama Dag is now on DVD.