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.
It’s time to get happy, Euro TV fans. New episodes of the hit Swedish crime drama Maria Wern are coming, and they feature guest stars Henrik Norlén and Joakim Nätterqvist.
Oh, to be in Sweden. The new Nordic noir thriller Modus is about to premiere and we wish we were there to watch it. Fingers crossed that it screens beyond the fjords, as well.
Three of the top Scandinavian stars of the big and small screen are set to star in the Danish film adaptation of the novel You Disappear.
As evenings grow longer and cooler, one can cozy up with Stockholm’s finest — Martin Beck, Gunvald Larsson, and Oskar Bergman — who return to telly in five new episodes.
BBC Four is bringing some of the most highly-anticipated new Euro TV series to the UK. (No worries, US viewers; chances are better than good that you’ll get these shows, too.)
Swedish public broadcaster SVT has released a new, longer trailer and cast photo for The Bridge III, as well as a few details about the storyline.